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Tonight is the first head-to-head presidential debate of 2016, and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump will square off on stage at Hofstra University, starting at 9 p.m. ET.
The event will be simulcast by all the broadcast networks and several cable news stations — ABC, NBC, Fox, CBS, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, Univision, Telemundo, and C-SPAN. But if you don’t have a TV there are a ton of options to stream the debate online (seriously — you’ll have to try to not watch the debate to miss it).
Besides the networks, several media companies will be livestreaming the debate, including: Buzzfeed News, The Daily Caller, Huffington Post, PBS, Politico, Telemundo, The Wall Street Journal, and Yahoo.
You can also livestream the event on Facebook, Hulu, and Twitter (warning: that’s where all the journalists will be). Sling TV, a subscription service, is offering a free seven-day trial to new users who want to watch the debate. Snapchat will cover the debate as a “Live Story,” if you’re into that, and YouTube is also livestreaming the debate.
And if for some reason you thought to yourself, The only way I’m tuning in for this thing is if I can watch it in virtual reality, well, you’re in luck: NBC has partnered with AltspaceVR to give you that option, including a “virtual Al Roker.” This is 2016, after all.