YouTube to air Presidential debates live


ABC News and YouTube have partnered to bring four Presidential and Vice Presidential debates to the YouTube Politics channel. YouTube announced today that it will air the debates in full and live to viewers, getting the feed directly from ABC News. The debates will also be available for users afterwards if they miss the live showing. YouTube will add to the coverage with analysis and commentary from partners such as Larry King, Al Jazeera English, New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. The first Presidential debate will air live this Wednesday at 6pm PT.

YouTube's Elections channel was debuted back in August, it allows people to catch up on politics news, watch Google+ hangouts, and live streams like those announced today. On the channel, YouTube news manager Olivia Ma said,

You won't need to go anywhere else for the must-watch moments of this election cycle

Source: cnet

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I like the way technology is helping government cut costs.. I still believe here in Canada all government programming should just be for free on the internet instead of subsidized on TV..