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Here’s How to Watch Tonight’s Presidential Debate If You Don’t Own a Television

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For those of you who want to watch the real American Horror Story or just want to look out for America’s next Ken Bone, but don’t have access to a television, here’s how to watch the final Presidential Debate tonight:

Youtube is the number one option as of right now to watch the debate:

  • NBC News is livestreaming the debate on its YouTube channel, which has been posted above.
  • PBS Newshour will also livestream the debate on YouTube.
  • Lastly, C-SPAN will have its own stream of the debate their  YouTube channel.

If you can suffer through the constant feed of idiot’s tweets,  Twitter is livestreaming Bloomberg TV’s coverage of the second debate at

Facebook has partnered with ABC News for a livestream of the debate. PBS Newshour will also have a Facebook livestream, which will be followed by analysis. Telemundo also has a Facebook livestream that will include coverage in Spanish.

A lot of the major news outlets will also feature livestreams of the debate on their homepages, including, Reuters, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, CBS NewsABC News, NBC News, and C-SPAN.

The last option, which just proves even further that this election is part of dystopian future, is streaming the debate in Virtual Reality.  AltspaceVR has partnered with NBC News for a virtual reality presentation of the debate. If you own a Samsung Gear VR, HTC Vive, or Oculus Rift, you can go to AltspaceVR to watch the debate.

[Via Gizmodo]

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