People like to talk and argue about politics from time to time, even on here on Gizmodo. So to give everyone one neat place to do that, here's where you can watch the third and final presidential debate of 2016.
There should be even more fireworks than before. Donald Trump, embattled by controversies around that tape, accusations of sexual harassment and facing almost certain defeat according to the polls, is expected to come out swinging as hard as possible. And while the polls have Hillary Clinton well ahead, her own campaign is still dogged by the email server scandal, ties to Wall Street, and her own set of unfavourable ratings.
Here's when the debate kicks off, starting with the east coast of Australia:
- Sydney/Melbourne/Hobart: 1200/12:00 PM
- Queensland: 1100/11:00 AM
- Adelaide: 1130/11:30 AM
- Perth: 1000/10:00 AM
- New Zealand: 1400/02:00 PM
Chris Wallace from Fox News will moderate the debate, which will concentrate on six areas: fitness to be president, areas of concern abroad, the Supreme Court, the economy, debt and entitlements and immigration.
As for the debate itself, here's where you can watch:
- Free-to-air TV: ABC, SBS, Channel 7 and Channel 9 will all be broadcasting the debate commercial free from 12:00 PM AEDT.
- YouTube: YouTube is simulcasting NBC's coverage of the debate, which you can watch below.
- Twitter: Like the first debate, Twitter will be simulcasting Bloomberg's coverage of the debate. You'll be able to watch and Tweet from this handy page.
- Facebook: Facebook is re-broadcasting ABC News' coverage of the debate here.
If you just want a nice simple YouTube link to follow, here's YouTube's simulcast of NBC's coverage.
Chat about the debate before it kicks off, and while it's live, in the comments below. And when you're doing that, please remember that I have to moderate all the comments and it'd really help if you all played nicely. Please.