Update: You can find our updated guide to the second debate for October 9th 2016 HERE.
The Clinton vs. Trump Presidential debate is an event many have been looking forward to. The best part is, as a cord cutter, you can watch it 100% free or you can just avoid it.
Here is our guide to how to watch the 2016 Clinton vs. Trump Presidential debate on Monday September 26th 2016.
Sling TV is allowing anyone to stream Sling TV for FREE on Monday without a credit card.
On Your Computer
Almost everyone will be streaming the event—from Facebook and Twitter to YouTube. Here are a few options if you want to watch the debate on a computer.
YouTube Live: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4R8DWoMoI7CAwX8_LjQHig
Almost every news service will offer the debate live through their Roku app, but here are a few options in case you run into trouble finding a working stream:
Here are a few other channels that will live stream the event.
CBS News 24/7: https://channelstore.roku.com/details/27536/cbs-news
CBS News: http://amzn.to/2cV0WGk
NBC News: http://amzn.to/2cB8XgP
Roku now supports casting of live YouTube streams to Roku devices. Just head over to YouTube Live and at the bottom right of the player you will find a Play on TV button. Select your Roku. Your Roku will take over and stream the debate.
YouTube: Just head over to YouTube Live and at the bottom right of the player you will find a Play on TV button. Select your Chromecast. Your Chromecast will take over and stream the debate on your TV.
TuneIn Radio App
If you are in your car for the debate or if you just want audio coverage of breaking news, check out the TuneIn app. They have a live stream of the debate audio feed from several sources including CSPAN.
TuneIn also has many apps for smart TVs and boxes such as Roku. You can find the right app for your device here: http://tunein.com/get-tunein/ or stream it live in your browser here: http://tunein.com/.
SiriusXM Radio will also air the debate live.
We will be posting updates all night during the debate on our social media to help you find a working stream.
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