CBS live Webcast: McCain-Obama debate

As part of our campaign coverage for the digerati, CBSNews.com and CNET are featuring special Web coverage of Friday night's showdown, as well as the three upcoming debates.

Continuing our special Web coverage of the 2008 presidential election, CBSNews.com and CNET are once again teaming up to offer special online programming for the debates, starting with Friday night's showdown between John McCain and Barack Obama in Oxford, Miss.

Be sure to tune into this CBS News link not only to watch the 90-minute debate live, beginning at 9 p.m. EDT, but also for follow-up live network coverage and then an exclusive Web-only show featuring Katie Couric and the CBS News political team.

On the Webcast, slated to begin at 11 p.m. EDT, Couric will talk with special guests and undecided voters, and the political team will answer viewer questions. You can submit questions now, or during the live debate coverage.

Later, we'll post the full Webcast, and will also offer audio and video debate coverage for download via iTunes.

And come back for the vice presidential debate on October 2, the second presidential debate on October 7, and the third presidential debate on October 15. All start at 9 p.m. EDT and will be followed by Webcasts with Couric and company.

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