Skip to comments.VANITY: Where can I see the debate online? (Overseas/no TV)
Posted on 10/03/2012 7:30:41 AM PDT by Bon mots
I live overseas and would like to watch the Presidential debate online... if possible... any suggestions? Links?
I do not have a connected television, but have two fast internet connections.
Can you get CSPAN? It will broadcast them.
CNN Internation might.
Looks like youtube will be live streaming.
C SPAN, YouTube, Yahoo, (even TheBlaze) all will be streaming live.
You can approximate it by playing a you tube video of teh one’s last campaign speech (on the View maybe) and the latest Romney speech.
Here is a link I found that might help for tonight: http://seminoleheights.patch.com/articles/live-stream-presidential-debate-schedule-2012-4568e2e2
YouTube, in partnership with ABC, will livestream the debates worldwide for free.
ABC News, Al Jazeera English, BuzzFeed, Larry King, The New York Times, Phil DeFranco, The Wall Street Journal and Univision will also provide analysis, while the latter is doing a live Spanish translation.
To watch, visit YouTube.com/politics”
I always go with C-SPAN. Coverage starts @ 7pm EST. Debate begins @ 9pm EST.
There’s purportedly a live stream link here.
Looks like you have several options.
Now go back to work so you can pay U.S. taxes from your hard work in a foreign country! Millions of Obama supporters depend on it.
I see you’ve been given plenty of suggestions already But I think the best will be cspan.org. I’ll be watching cspan as some channels go to commercial breaks but cspan keeps the cameras rolling and that can interesting!
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