Another Democratic Debate will be happening on July 30 and July 31 this week. This is a debate between the Democratic candidates in order to eventually have one be nominated for the DNC nomination next year as the party’s candidate for the 2020 Election in the United States.
This will be a two-night debate featuring 20 candidates and air live on CNN. Each debate is expected to last over two hours, according to the New York Post. The first debate will air at 8 p.m. ET on CNN on July 30 and also at the same time and network on July 31.
In the photo below, you will be able to see which candidates will be debating for the two nights that this is going on.
What is the best way to stream the debates?
The best way to do so will be through a live TV streaming service, with the cheapest one (for streaming services) being Sling TV. Sling TV has CNN on their Sling Orange plan that is available with a one-week free trial and then after that it will cost you $25 a month.
Other live TV streaming services like YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV NOW and fuboTV also carry CNN, making it possible to stream CNN through those streaming services a possibility too.
You’ll also be able to stream it live on CNN’s website and their app. However, that will require you to sign-in with your TV provider credentials in order to stream it from them.
CBSN is the cheapest method of them all to stream the debate. The CBS-based news network will be streaming the debate from their channel, which can be found on CBS News’s website, the CBS News app, CBS All Access and on Pluto TV.
All services mentioned here do have apps that can be found and used for streaming on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.