Democratic U.S. presidential candidates (L-R) former Governor Martin O'Malley, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders pose together before the start of the NBC News - YouTube Democratic presidential candidates debate in Charleston, South Carolina January 17, 2016. REUTERS/Randall Hill - RTX22T3A
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How to Watch the MSNBC Democratic Debate on Your Roku, Fire TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Smart Phone, & Web

Update if you are looking for the April 14th debate on CNN click HERE for details.

If you are hoping to watch the Democratic MSNBC Presidential Primary Debate on Thursday, February 4th, at 9pm ET we have good news for you.

  • You can also watch the live stream of the debate online at NBCNews.com andMSNBC.com. And if looking for real-time reactions and analysis, you’ll find it at all decision2016.nbcnews.com.
  • If you’re on the go, you can also download our apps on Android and iOS to get all the latest.

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 MSNBC Democratic Presidential Debate on your Roku:

Channel Pear

Channel Pear is a great channel on your Roku that allows you to put live streams from around the web on your Roku.

You should be able to find a MSNBC feed in their channel store or create your own feed by linking to the MSNBCfeed after it goes live in the create a private channel option.

Find out how to add Channel Pear to your Roku here: https://channelpear.com/

Firefox

The Firefox channel on your Roku will allow you to cast the stream from MSNBC to your Roku.

You can learn how to cast your MSNBC stream to your Roku here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/use-firefox-android-send-videos-your-roku

Nowhere Man

This is a great unlisted Roku Channel that takes free streams from websites and puts it up on their service. While you can manually add a feed like with Channel Pear, they will likely have the MSNBC feed available for you.

Find out how to add Nowhere Man to your Roku here: https://my.roku.com/account/add?channel=H9DWC

How to watch the Democratic Presidential Debate on Your Fire TV:

Channel Pear:

Channel Pear is a great channel on your Fire TV that allows you to put live streams from around the web on your Roku.

You should be able to find a MSNBC feed in their channel store or create your own feed by linking to the MSNBC feed after it goes live in the create a private channel option.

You can add Channel Pear to your Fire TV here:http://amzn.to/1ZB0yey

Channel Pear with Kodi:

If you have Kodi installed on your Fire TV you can add Channel Pear to your Fire TV. Channel Pear is a great add-on that allows you to put live streams from around the web on your Kodi.

You should be able to find a CNN feed in their channel store or create your own feed by linking to the MSNBC feed after it goes live in the create a private channel option.

Find out how to add Channel Pear to your Fire TV here: https://channelpear.com/

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 MSNBC audio feed.

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

SiriusXM:

If you have SiriusXM Radio they will live stream both debates.

Currently MSNBC has made no other official statement about free streaming of the debate. We will be updating this post as we learn more.

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