Here’s how you can live stream the third and final Presidential debate online for free without requiring any cable subscription.
You can forget about Apple events potentially introducing new MacBooks. Forget about Samsung and its Galaxy Note 7 woes, and you can even forget about the latest and greatest hardware that may be announced.
There’s something more important happening that could potentially affect the global populous, which is the third and final Presidential live debate between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump, and you can stream it live if you have the knowledge. Sure the point of these Presidential debates is to help determine the future President of the United States, and to potentially help sway decided voters in the U.S., but it has a far outreaching effect.
One of the extremely interesting things about these debates is just how important that specific political post is for the rest of the world since it ultimately has an indirect impact on countries outside of the U.S as well. If you managed to catch the first and second debates, then you’ll know that there was more than enough gold in there to prompt you to take in this third and final session.
This third, and final, debate, which has been nicknamed “Fight Night”, will take place on Wednesday, October 19th in Las Vegas, at 6pm Pacific, 9pm Eastern, and will see Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump once again stepping onto the stage in front of undecided voters to take shots at one another, not only from a professional and political viewpoint, but also from a personal perspective. There’s definitely no love lost between these two opposing candidates, and if the first and second debates proved anything, it’s that Clinton and Trump aren’t afraid to take it to that level for political gain in the polls.
But how exactly can you watch it? Well, as you might expect, the largest and most prominent cable networks in the United States will be showing the debate in its entirety. But for those that prefer to take it online without requiring any cable subscription, YouTube is easily the most quick and no-nonsense platform to watch the debate, live.
This means that if you’re using a set-top box, smartphone or tablet, then the best bet for viewing it live would be via the Google-owned YouTube video service. With Google serving up the live stream via YouTube, it means that anyone with an Apple TV, Roku or Amazon Fire TV Stick, or even an iOS or Android smartphone or tablet can get instant access to the whole event.
We will be embedding the live stream video here as soon as it starts, so stay tuned for that.
Update: Here’s the video of the live stream!