How to Broadcast Today’s Democratic Presidential Debate
The ninth Democratic presidential debate is due tonight in Nevada, three days before the Nevada factional meeting. Six candidates qualified for a stage seat: Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Amy Klobuchar, Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg and Mike Bloomberg, who have just qualified for the debate after gaining 19% support in a poll published on Tuesday … Tom Steyer and Tulsi Gabbard did not qualify.
Tonight will be Bloomberg’s first debate appearance and is not on the ballot in Nevada or South Carolina. However, it can be expected that the billionaire will be asked a series of questions from both the moderators and other candidates on the stage.
If you want to watch the action, you can follow the action on NBC, MSNBC and Universo. If you have a cable TV or digital antenna, the easiest way to watch is to simply tune in.
If you don’t, or are just away from home tonight during the debate, you still have a plethora of streaming options.
NBC offers debate streams on NBCNews.com and MSNBC.com , and you can also watch them using the NBC News mobile app or through its app on devices such as Apple TV and Roku. You can also watch it on the pages of NBC News and MSNBC Facebook in . The stream will be available to watch for free on all of these platforms tonight.
All major streaming services also offer access to NBC; however, all of them are also charged.
SlingTV, YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV, and AT&T Now offer access to NBC as well as most MSNBC. NBC and MSNBC are not available for all services in every area, so make sure they are available on the service of your choice before discussing.
The cheapest option from this group is Sling. Blue’s $ 30 a month plan includes MSNBC and NBC. YouTube TV costs $ 50 a month, Hulu with Live TV and FuboTV costs $ 55 a month, and AT&T Now costs $ 65 a month.