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Here’s the link to tonight’s presidential debate on the Internet Archive

Ready, set, share! Here is the URL for the near real-time livestream of the presidential debate scheduled for October 9, 2016, at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Use this URL to view, edit, and share video of the debate while the candidates are still on the stage. Here’s a how-to on clipping and sharing video, and here are some examples […]

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Download TV news coverage data on veep debate here

The Internet Archive has been tracking TV news coverage of Monday’s veep debate, counting which clips have gotten the most airings, when, and where. We’re making these data available, with new offerings beyond the channels tracked following the first presidential debate. Insults dominated the TV news morning show choice of vice presidential debate clips, according to this analysis of the data by […]

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Seven sharp ways to use the Internet Archive’s near real-time prez debate stream

On Tuesday, the Internet Archive opened a new experiment for public use—a near real-time archive of the vice presidential debate, which allows you to share short clips on Twitter, Facebook, and blogs. Tonight, we’re at it again—find the link for the town-hall debate in St. Louis here. Here’s a short primer on how to use it. But another burning question is: […]

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