How to Stream PBS Democratic Debate Tonight Online – No Cable Required
Things are heating up in the Democratic campaign, as is the debate. There will be another one tonight, this time hosted by PBS. It will be streamed live on PBS stations, but if you want to watch online or on the go, here’s how to tune in.
Today’s debate kicks off at 9:00 pm ET / 6:00 pm PT with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, both fresh from the New Hampshire primaries. Whether you’re on the go and want to watch on your computer or set-top box, here are some ways to watch from mobile devices and only over the Internet:
PBS also has apps for a variety of set-top boxes including Android TV, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One, and more – worth looking at if you have them, but some people report that they usually offer streaming on request, not live.
The debates will also be streamed concurrently on CNN, so you can watch them there if you have cable, but if not, try them out where they should be streaming, even if you don’t have a provider to choose from:
- Live stream on CNN.com
- Stream live via the CNN app for flash , for All Android , and for Windows Phone
Of course, since the debate is on PBS, if you have a good terrestrial antenna, chances are it will be on any PBS branch in your area , so you can tune in that way as well.