You have a slew of places to watch the debates. There's one channel you probably have not watched in years. And this is the channel that will show you the debate unlike any other option. You can see Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump simultaneously.
C-SPAN, short for Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network, was created in 1979 by the cable television industry as a public service. C-SPAN televises many proceedings of the United States federal government, as well as other public affairs programming.
What's different about watching the debates on C-SPAN vs. another channel is that C-SPAN is broadcasting the presidential debates in split-screen mode. Instead of depending on a television director and a team of producers deciding when to show you each candidate, you can see all the action.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will be shown for the full 90-minute debate.
C-SPAN is available on your cable and satellite channels. If you do not have access to C-SPAN, they are also broadcasting online. For your convenience, below is the direct link for more information and ways to watch online.