Here’s the top three Republican candidates on Google Trends right now, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Fox News confirmed in a statement today that it will live stream Thursday night’s GOP Debate to all, without authentication. Those with an Internet connection but no TV can watch online on Fox News‘ website.
Viewers also have other options to tune in, including FOX News Radio (find your station), FOX News Mobile and the FOX News Go app.
The main debate will broadcast live on Thursday, January 28 at 9 PM ET, broadcasting from Iowa. The network announced its criteria for candidates in both the main debate and the 7 PM also-ran debate prior. Based on the criteria, final line-ups should be announced tomorrow night. Thursday’s will be the last debate before the Iowa Caucuses.
Fox News is partnering with Google. Live data from Google will help to inform which questions get asked. For a second screen experience, viewers can watch the Internet respond to the conversation live, on Google Trends (in fact, it already hasa page tracking how interested the Internet is in each candidate already).