Democratic Iowa Forum: How to Watch the Live Stream Online
The three Democratic presidential candidates will participate in a town hall-style forum one week before the Iowa caucuses. Here’s how to watch it live.
It’s their last shot before the caucuses. On Monday evening in Iowa, Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Martin O’Malley will take part in a forum hosted by CNN.
Chris Cuomo will moderate the discussion, live from Drake University in Des Moines, starting at 9 p.m. ET. The event will run two hours and will not feature all three candidates at the same time. Instead, each candidate will get 30 minutes on-stage, facing questions from Cuomo and the audience.
Sanders is scheduled to appear first, followed by O’Malley, and then frontrunner Clinton.
The town hall will air live on CNN, while being simulcast by CNN International and CNN en Español. Viewers without a television can watch a live stream of the proceedings online and via mobile, using the CNNgo site and app. Authentification of a cable subscription is required.
CNN can be found on DirecTV channel 202, Dish Network’s channel 200, ATT U-Verse’s channel 202, and Verizon Fios’s channel 600. For all other providers, check your local guide.
Satellite radio listeners can catch the forum on SiriusXM’s channel 115.