With the two main presidential debates now in the books, it’s time to give everyone a little heads up on how to watch them.
And the debates themselves are, well, great, but there are also some great video highlights, so if you’re looking for the best of the best, you might want to start here.
But before you start watching, there are some caveats.
While some debates are available on cable, most are streamed on demand, and they’re only available on the main broadcast networks, like CNN and ABC.
These include the debate at Hofstra University in New York, the debate hosted by George Stephanopoulos at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and the debate on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
Here are a few of the more notable highlights that you’ll need to know if you want to watch all three debates.1.
The debates are in person, but don’t be fooled by the huge screens and large speakers.
If you’re in the market for a good old fashioned cable TV package, then the debates are going to be pretty good.
But you’ll have to spend some time to get used to the fact that the debates will be streamed live, with the debate itself available online for viewing after the event.
So make sure you tune in, as the event itself will be broadcast in real time, on-demand, and on-stream.2.
The debate itself will have some highlights.
Some of the highlights will be on the big screen, while others will be shown in-person at the event venue, including a live Q&A session with the moderators.
But don’t expect the entire event to be the focus of the debate.
There’s also a Q&O portion on the sidelines, and you can also catch the live debate-themed segment from CNN’s John King.3.
It’ll be a real test for your debating skills.
This is a big deal, as there are a number of questions and answers that will be asked of the candidates.
The moderators will also ask questions of the audience during the live Q & A. In addition, the debates’ moderator will be joined by members of the media and a number, including CNN anchor Jake Tapper, to give viewers a behind-the-scenes look into the debates.4.
There will be some extra help.
There are some other extra benefits to watching the debates live, including additional live coverage of the two presidential debates, moderated by Jake Tapping, who will be moderating the third presidential debate, which is being held at Hofstaffe University in St. Louis.
The third presidential forum will also have an on-screen moderator, who is also scheduled to participate in live Q-and-A with the audience.
There are a lot of ways to watch the debates, and there’s a great opportunity for you to get up to speed on the candidates by watching the livestream.
But the best way to watch is to tune in at 8:30 p.m.
Eastern time, and watch the live broadcast via the cable channels that will air the debate live.
Here are the debates available for viewing online.
The full list is available here.
The live streams of the third and final presidential debate will begin at 8 p. and 9 p.
In the meantime, here’s the complete list of candidates and their responses to some of the most common questions posed during the debate:If you want a look at the full list of the moderators, including their reactions to the candidates’ answers, you can do that right here.
And if you need to catch up on all the key moments, here are some highlights from the final presidential forum:There you have it.
You’ll find a list of key moments from the third, final presidential debates that will appear on ABCs “Jimmy Fallon Live” on Sunday, October 9.
Watch it here.