For the love of god UNMUTE THIS pic.twitter.com/MA48mit8MX
— Nerd Girl Says (@Rachael_Conrad) February 23, 2020
There’s another debate tonight — the tenth, according to Wired:
… Tonight’s debate takes place in Charleston, South Carolina, a few days before the state’s primary on Saturday. It’s also the last time candidates take the debate stage before Super Tuesday on March 3, when voters in 14 states and one territory head to the polls. CBS News is co-hosting the event with the Congressional Black Caucus Institute, and the festivities are scheduled to kick off at 8 pm EST (5 pm PST)…
The moderators for the evening will be Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King, CBS News announced, with Margaret Brennan, Major Garrett, and Bill Whitaker also posing questions at different points in the evening. Viewers could also submit questions for tonight via Twitter using the hashtag #DemDebate. There will be no opening or closing statements from the candidates, just the usual question-and-answer format. The whole thing is expected to last two hours.
The debate kicks off at 8 pm EST (5 pm PST) on CBS stations; check your local listings. If you’ve cut the cord, don’t worry—there are still plenty of options to watch:
– You can watch a free livestream of the debate on the CBS News website, on mobile devices via the CBS News app (for iOS and Android), and on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.
– The debate will be available on CBSN, CBS News’ free streaming service, for smart TV devices like Roku(https://channelstore.roku.com/details/27536/cbs-news), Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. (CBS News lists all the available devices here.)
– You can also watch the debate on CBS All Access, the network’s subscription streaming service.
– CBS is also available with a paid subscription to streaming services like FuboTV, YouTube TV, and Hulu.
Once again, I don’t plan to watch… but I’ll presumably catch up via twitter & you guys later.