As Sanders heads to Iowa to launch his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, his campaign is taking the first steps toward making his speech more affordable, a move he made in an interview with the Associated Press this week.
Sanders’ office says the Vermont senator’s speech will be made available on a pay-per-view basis through the company’s YouTube channel.
The campaign says the service will allow viewers to watch a limited number of hours of Sanders’ address.
The speech will also be available to view online for free through the campaign’s YouTube page.
The campaign says Sanders’ speech will feature a “broad range of topics” that include his “plan for an economic revolution,” as well as a “plan to address the climate crisis.”
The platform also will address issues including the Keystone XL pipeline and the “future of our planet.”
“The Sanders campaign has taken steps to create a platform for a free-market economy,” Sanders campaign spokeswoman Liz Hill said in a statement.
“The campaign believes that free market economics are the best way to ensure that everyone has a fair shot at success and a fair playing field in our economy.
The Sanders campaign’s platform is a direct response to the concerns of the American people, and will focus on the need to create an economy that works for all Americans.”