The Democratic National Convention begins tonight in Philadelphia, following the GOP convention and a massive leak of Democratic National Committee emails that’s been widely attributed to Russian hackers; emails that describe Hispanic outreach as “taco bowl engagement” and draw evidence that Hillary Clinton was favored by the DNC while disfavoring Bernie Sanders.
The schedule of guest speakers include some big names on the first night coined “United Together”: First Lady Michelle Obama, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, and immigration activist Astrid Silva
A full schedule can be found on the DNC website.
The DNC runs today through Thursday. Here are all the different ways to watch:
Unlike several other live streams, Twitch isn’t partnering with a major news network, so the Twitch stream will only feature the convention events themselves, with no news anchor color commentary and agenda sandwiched in-between. Twitch users can also re-broadcast the stream on their own channels and provide commentary.
12 p.m. PT on Monday, July 25
1 p.m. PT on Tuesday, July 26
1:30 p.m. PT on Wednesday, July 27
1:30 p.m. PT on Thursday, July 28
Twitter is partnering with CBS for its live stream, and users can add their commentary to the discussion using the hashtags #DemsInPhilly and #DemConvention. The CBS partnership means that Twitter will have constant coverage over the course of the week. Twitter’s stream kicks off at 4 p.m. ET today.
YouTube is the official live stream outlet for the DNC and the RNC. YouTube is promising special 360-degree video, so viewers will get a full on view of the convention.