U.S. Senate debate – Sunday, October 16
7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern / 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Central
The candidates featured in this race include incumbent Sen. Todd Young (Republican), Hammond Mayor Tom McDermott (Democrat), and James Sceniak (Libertarian).
If you don’t see a listing here, check your local media outlets online. Not all organizations report their coverage plans for this event. Photos of the debate will be available on the Indiana Debate Commission Facebook page. The debate will also be available after the event for viewing on our website.
C-SPAN (the debate will also be rebroadcast – check the LIVE ONLINE schedule)
The Indiana Debate Commission website WATCH page (the debate will also archived on our website)
The debate commission’s production partner WFYI has several options to watch live, including over the air on 20.1, Comcast and AT&T U-Verse channel 20 (HD channel 1020), BrightHouse channel 20 (HD channel 349), and DirecTV and Dish Network channel 20. The debate will also air on radio 90.1 FM and streaming on YouTube and Facebook.
WOWO Radio in Fort Wayne (check LISTEN LIVE)
Lakeshore Public Radio 89.1 p.m. on Central Time in NW Indiana
Lakeshore PBS over the air on 56, on Comcast on 17 or 21 (HD Channel 239), on DISH Network HD Channel 6320, AT&T U-verse HD Channel 6320, AT&T HD Channel 1056 and DirectTV on 56, and online at https://lakeshorepbs.org
The Indianapolis Star will be live streaming. Check out links on IndyStar.com and also found on social channels:
Facebook Live https://www.facebook.com/indianapolisstar
WFIE NBC in Evansville on Central Time https://www.14news.com/2022/10/11/watch-live-ind-candidates-us-senate-taking-part-debate/
WEHT ABC in Evansville on Central Time https://www.tristatehomepage.com
WTHR NBC in Indianapolis – streaming online https://www.wthr.com/ and in the WTHR+ streaming app channel
WANE CBS in Fort Wayne – streaming online www.wane.com
WVPE Public Radio 88.1 FM in Elkhart – live broadcast and online www.wpve.org
WNDU South Bend – live broadcast on 16.2 Antenna TV and streaming on the Sixteen News Now app
WIPB Ball State PBS in Muncie – live broadcast on the main 49.1 channel
WVUT Vincennes PBS – live broadcast/6 p.m. Central Time
WNIN Evansville PBS – live broadcast/6 p.m. Central Time
WTIU in Bloomington (with rebroadcasts at the following times)
Channel Date Time
WTIU-HD 30.1 10/16/2022 9 p.m.
WTIU-HD 30.1 10/22/2022 5 p.m.
WTIU-ECHO 30.4 10/20/2022 2 a.m.
WTIU-ECHO 30.4 10/20/2022 6 a.m.
WTIU-ECHO 30.4 10/20/2022 10 a.m.
WTIU-ECHO 30.4 10/20/2022 2 p.m.
WISH CW in Indianapolis – live streaming on all platforms
WIBC Radio 93.1 FM – live on air and streamed online www.wibc.com
If you don’t see a listing here, check your local media outlets online. Not all organizations report their coverage plans for this event. Check out the Indiana Debate Commission Facebook page for more photos. The debate will also be available for post-event viewing on our website.