How to Watch the CNN Democratic Debate on Your Roku, Fire TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Smart Phone, & Web

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After the debacle that was the Fox News debate where Fox went as far as putting copyright claims on legal streams like the Sky News feed, CNN’s parent company claims they will make the Democratic Town Hall Meeting free for everyone Monday January 25th 2016 at 9pm Eastern.

You will be able to use the CNN app on your phone to stream the Town Hall Meeting and watch it live on (Some are now saying that CNN is now asking for a cable login. If you hit that wall just use the Sling TV app with the free trail.) If you want to watch it on your Roku or Fire TV you have a few options to stream the debate live on your TV.

How to watch the Democratic Town Hall Meeting on your Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, Android TV:

Sling TV

Sling TV carries CNN live with their $20 a month package. There is a free 7-day trial of Sling TV, so if you just want it for the Democratic Town Hall Meeting you could use the 7-day trial.

You can subscribe to Sling TV for their free trail by clicking HERE.

Audio Coverage:

Tunein Radio App:

If you are in your car or just want audio coverage of breaking news check out the TuneIn app. They have a live stream of the CNN audio feed perfect for your car or just as you work around the house.

Tunein also has many apps for smart TVs and boxes like Roku. You can find the right app for your devices here or stream it live in your browser here:


If you have SiriusXM Radio they will live stream both debates. You can find out where to find the debates on your SiriusXM radio here:

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