Washington (AP) If you’re watching the first Democratic presidential debate on Sunday night, you’ll need to have a good signal.
The Washington-based network that televises the event is showing the event live from Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, which has a 3.5-megawatt power plant and about 700,000 people.
The debate, hosted by NBC, will begin at 9 p.m.
Eastern Time and will be streamed online by NBCUniversal.
That’s when it will be shown on cable.
But the network is also airing an online preview of the debate on its website.
If you have a cable subscription, the debate will be available for streaming.
Here’s how to watch: What to watch for: The debate will air live in the United States on NBCUniversal, NBC News, MSNBC, CNN, Fox News Channel, Univision and Univision Deportes.
The first debate will also be streamed in the U.K., France, Germany, Spain and Austria.
The second debate will follow on Sunday.
How to find out when it starts: The event begins at 10:30 a.m., and the broadcast begins at 1:30 p.d.
If, by the time the debate begins, you’re outside of the United, you can check the times online.
The event will also begin on the first Thursday of each month at 10 a.t.m.; that’s 6 p.t., 6 p., and 7 p.s.
The broadcast begins in New York at 7 p:30p.m, but you can watch the live stream from your home computer, Roku or Apple TV or via your mobile device.
This is a live broadcast.
It will not be available to watch on the internet.
Here are the times for New York: 10:15 a.c.
Tuesday (local time)