Democrats: The South Carolina Debates - July 23rd 7pm

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  1. Grimm1

    Grimm1 Member

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    From CNN's website...

    "Watch a first of its kind event: the 'CNN/YouTube Debates'! The Democratic presidential candidates answer questions from viewers just like you! A special event, Monday beginning 7 p.m. ET!"

    Since there is no Seaon Pass that would catch all the debates I have a wishlist setup for DEBATE* but my current guide data does not list this debate. It is currently showing "Anderson Cooper 360" in the 7pm slot.
     
  2. sieglinde

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    Is it on TV? I thought it was on YouTube and that is why my wishlist was not finding it. I get home about 6 PDT so I won't see a minute of it. (I am already tired of the debates. I happen to be a Democrat but by the time my state has its primary, all but one of them will have dropped out so I don't have to pay much attention until the general election.)
     
  3. Grimm1

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    Yes it's on CNN at 7pm EST and 4pm PST. today!

    I understand your frustration....but I can't stand the thought that I should just tune out until I'm told who the "chosen one" is.
     
  4. Grimm1

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    ET PT
    7:00p.m. 4:00p.m. CNN/YouTube Debate : Watch a first of its kind event, when
    Anderson Cooper hosts the first `CNN/YouTube Debate' on CNN. Watch the
    Democratic presidential candidates answer questions from viewers just like you!

    8:00p.m. 5:00p.m. CNN/YouTube Debate (...cont): Watch a first of its kind
    event, when Anderson Cooper hosts the first `CNN/YouTube Debate' on CNN.
    Watch the Democratic presidential candidates answer questions from viewers just
    like you!

    9:00p.m. 6:00p.m. The Situation Room (special time): Watch a special edition
    of "The Situation Room." We break down the CNN/YouTube Democratic Debate
    with immediate reaction from the candidates, analysis, and more.

    10:00p.m. 7:00p.m. Anderson Cooper 360°: You asked.. the candidates
    answered. We're wrapping up the first-ever `CNN/YouTube Debate.' See how the
    men and woman who want to be president handled your tough questions.

    11:00p.m. 8:00p.m. CNN/YouTube Debates (replay): Watch a first of its kind
    event, when Anderson Cooper hosts the first `CNN/YouTube Debate' on CNN.
    Watch the Democratic presidential candidates answer questions from viewers just
    like you!
     
  5. citivolus

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    too bad my guide data on my HR10-250 didn't reflect this. It just listed "Situation Room" from 7-8pm EST and so I missed the second hour of the debate. Really upset as this appeared to be actually a worthwhile event! I think CNN is rebroadcasting the debate from 11pm-1am so I manually set that to record.
     
  6. javabird

    javabird Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for posting this. On my Tivo it was listed as "Anderson Cooper," so I didn't know it was going to be the debate. I even went to CNN's website, but couldn't find the time it would be aired again!

    does anyone know when the Republican one will be aired?
     
  7. Grimm1

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    On September 17, the Republican candidates will participate in the second CNN-YouTube debate in Florida.
     
  8. sieglinde

    sieglinde Active Member

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    I heard that the questions were very good but the candidates still pretty much dodged the real straight questions.

    I think this year I may be able to vote in a good primary. My state which is a little bitty unimportant one that no one has ever heard of has its primary on Feb 5th with a goodly chunk of the country. Just because my state has over 10% of the population of the US living in it doesn't mean we are as important as New Hampshire and Iowa.
     

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