What time does the PBS Democratic primary debate on Thursday, February 11 and how can you watch the two-hour event live online or on your iPhone, iPad, or Android mobile device? Here’s what you need to know so you don’t miss a minute of the Clinton – Sanders showdown.
— PBS NewsHour (@NewsHour) February 11, 2016
PBS NewsHour is hosting Thursday night’s Democratic debate at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. CNN will simulcast the debate giving viewers a variety of options to watch Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders face off for the first time since the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primaries. Best part? No cable subscription is necessary to watch online or on your mobile phone or tablet.
Start Time: Thursday’s debate begins at 9 p.m. ET on your local PBS or CNN TV station.
Live Stream Online: Both PBS and CNN will be live streaming the entire debate for free on February 11. You will not need a cable subscription to view the live feed. Head over to PBS.org/newshour or CNN.com to view the entire debate online.
Mobile Apps: Watch the debate on your iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone or tablet with by downloading the free CNN News app.
Twitter: In addition to watching on TV or online, catch up with the latest debate chatter on Twitter. Use the hashtag #DemDebate to search for debate-related tweets. Follow PBS NewsHour @NewsHour and, if you need some entertainment, follow @RealDonaldTrump.
— PBS NewsHour (@NewsHour) February 8, 2016