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U.S. Senate Debate Oct. 8 – Where to Watch

U.S. Senate Debate – Monday, Oct. 8, 2018
(First of two October debates scheduled)
Broadcast and live stream coverage
7 PM ET/6 PM CT

Please check your local media listings for the full hour of LIVE debate, including newspapers that may be streaming online. For archived video of the hour-long debate that will post after the debate, check on the Indiana Debate Commission website or our YouTube channel. For news updates, please follow us on Twitter @INDebateComm. More outlets may be added throughout the day and prior to the broadcast.

NATIONAL

C-SPAN 2
www.c-span.org
Live at 7 PM ET
@CSPAN

Breitbart – on Facebook

INDIANA

Indianapolis
WFYI TV 20.1 – live broadcast
WFYI 90.1 FM – live broadcast
WISH TV – live broadcast
WNDY TV – live broadcast
The Indianapolis Star via IndyStar.com
WXIN TV – live broadcast and streaming online via Facebook
WTTV TV – live broadcast and streaming online Facebook
WIBC Radio – live broadcast
WTHR TV – live broadcast
Note: CBS live broadcasts will be provided also via Hulu and CBSAllAccess

Anderson
WBSB 89.5 FM

Berne/Decatur
WZBD Radio

Bloomington
WFIU 103.7 FM
WTIU TV 30.2 WORLD – live broadcast
WTIU 30.1 HD – live broadcast repeats at 11 PM

Columbus
WFIU 100.7 FM

Evansville (Evansville is on Central Time)
WFIE TV – streaming online
WEHT TV – streaming online
WNIN 88.3 FM
WNIN 9.1

Elkhart
WVPE 88.1 FM

Franklin
WFCI 89.5 FM

Fort Wayne
WOWO Radio
WANE TV
WPTA TV (ABC21/NBC) – also streaming online
WFWA TV 39.1

Kokomo
WFIU 106.1 FM

Lafayette/West Lafayette
WSHY Radio – on air and streaming at www.thepatriot1043fm.com
WPBI TV
WBAA 920 AM
WBAA 105.9 FM
WLFI TV – streaming

Marion
WBSW 90.9 FM

Merrillville (Merrillville is on Central Time)
WLPR 89.1 FM (Lakeshore Public Radio)
WYIN TV 56.1
Lakeshorepublicradio.org
Lakeshorepublicmedia.org

Michigan City
WEFM Radio
The Times of Northwest Indiana – streaming online

Muncie
WIBP TV 49.1
WBST 92.1 FM

New Castle/Hagerstown
WBSH 91.1 FM

Portland
WPGW Radio
WBSJ 91.7 FM

South Bend/Elkhart
WBND TV – live broadcast and streaming online
WSBT TV – streaming online
WNIT TV – live broadcast
WTRC Radio – streaming online

Terre Haute
WTHI TV – live broadcast on myFOX10 and streaming online
WFIU 95.1 FM
WTWO TV – streaming on website and Facebook

Vincennes
WVUT 22.1
WBUV Blazer 91.1 FM

Warsaw
WRSW Radio

KENTUCKY

WLKY TV (Louisville) – streaming online
WHAS Radio (Louisville)

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