Cable, Satellite Providers to Make FBN Available to All Subscribers for GOP Debates
Tune in to the Fox Business-Wall Street Journal Republican debates on Tuesday, November 10 on FBN. The first debate kicks off at 7p ET, followed by the main stage debate at 9p ET.
Fox Business Network has announced it will partner with cable and satellite providers to make Tuesday night's GOP presidential debates available to all subscribers.
On November 10th, DIRECTV, Suddenlink, Mediacom, Frontier, Wide Open West, and Cable One, along with a significant number of National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) member companies, will unbundle the Fox Business Network.
That will mean the providers' full subscriber bases will be able to watch the debates.
“We are grateful that our distribution partners, like us at FOX Business Network, recognize the importance of providing the debate to as many subscribers as possible. The debate falls at a pivotal time in the election cycle and through the help and support of these partners, many more of their customers will have access to it on November 10th," said Tim Carry, executive vice president of distribution for FBN and Fox News Channel.
The two debates, at 7p and 9p ET, presented in conjunction with the Wall Street Journal, will be televised live from Milwaukee Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The questions will focus on jobs, taxes and the general health of the economy, as well as domestic and international policy issues.
Go to the Channel Finder to see where you can find Fox Business Network in your area.