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- Go to the Channel Finder for information on how to find Fox Business Network in your area.
- If FBN is not a part of your cable or satellite package, you may still be able to watch. Fox Business has teamed up with a host of cable and satellite providers to unbundle the channel for Thursday night's debate. Read more details on that, here.
- Head over to FoxBusiness.com, starting at 6:00pm ET to watch a live stream of the debates. No authentication is required.
In the first forum you'll hear from Carly Fiorina, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and former Sen. Rick Santorum. Sen. Rand Paul has declined to participate.
The second debate will feature Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Marco Rubio, Dr. Ben Carson, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
The network’s inaugural presidential debate, which took place on November 10, was the most watched live streaming primary event ever, peaking with more than 1.4 million concurrent streams, according to Akamai. In addition, FBN’s streaming performance bested NBC’s 2015 Super Bowl, which saw 1.3 million concurrent live streams, and CNN’s 921,000 concurrent streams for their September 16th GOP debate.
FBN’s first debate also set a new ratings record for the network, bringing in 13.5 million viewers.
FBN is also reprising its partnership with Facebook to provide live debate content on the network’s Facebook page, including behind the scenes footage and moderator interviews, conducted by Jo Ling Kent.
Plus, you can join Eric Bolling, Kennedy, Charles Payne and John Stossel for a live chat during the #GOPDebate! Go to the FBN Facebook page to participate at 9p ET.
And one more reminder... the next Fox News Channel Republican debate - moderated by Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace - will be on January 28 from Des Moines, just three days before the Iowa Caucus.