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YouTube to cover Presidential debates

Political fans will be able to watch the presidential debates live on YouTube from their Elections H

| Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Oct 1, 2012 1:56 pm

Political fans of the United States, be prepared for a long month. With election day just around the corner, the campaigns are kicking into overdrive to get their message out. This includes the three debates that they will be having, and one Vice Presidential debate. And now, YouTube will be airing them and allowing them to be viewed live and after the fact.

 

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YouTube has partnered with ABC to gain coverage of these events, as they will be getting the feed from the ABC News YouTube channel. The debates can be found along with political speeches, news and other coverage on YouTube's Elections Hub which debuted in August.

 

The first Presidential debate will take place Wednesday at 6 p.m. PT. To help with their coverage, YouTube will feature commentary from its eight Election Hub partners. This means you'll get to see analysis and commentary from the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Larry King, Al Jazeera English, and ABC News.

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