The upcoming Democratic Presidential Debate for the 2020 election is taking place on CNN on Sunday, March 15 between 8 and 10pm ET.
The two candidates who will qualify for the debate are Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders (Tulsi Gabbard cannot qualify, from a purely mathematical standpoint).
Today the Democratic National Committee announced that the debate would be moving from Phoenix, Arizona to Washington DC after coronavirus concerns raised issues with cross-country travel.
There are a number of ways for cord cutters to tune into the event – here are some of our top picks:
Sling Blue – Currently, Sling TV is offering Sling Blue + News Extra for $10 off in the first month. There are over 55 channels available, including CNN for the debate. Others include MSNBC, History Channel and Euronews.
Hulu Live TV – Those who want a complete streaming package can go for Hulu Live TV, which offers national channels including CNN, plus others like Fox News, ABC and CBS. The app lets people watch on the go, with live video available to be streamed on two screens at once.
FuboTV – This platform offers a free seven day trial for new users. Live TV on fuboTV can be streamed from over 100 channels, from CNN to other favourites such as the Food network, FS1, Bravo and the Olympic Channel.
YouTube TV – Users who sign up to YouTube TV can watch live TV from over 70 networks, plus benefit from six accounts per household and free unlimited cloud DVR storage space. A free trial is included, so the debate can be watched on CNN using this service with no charge.
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