Stay tuned: Katie Couric's DNC Webcast

As part of our comprehensive convention coverage for the digerati, don't miss the first installment of a Web-only live newscast produced jointly by CBS.News and CNET News.

Want to get caught up on Democratic National Convention news without having to plop yourself in front of the TV? CBS News.com and CNET News are teaming up to offer you nightly Web-only shows analyzing the day's events, beginning with our first installment in just a few hours following the speech by Michelle Obama, Barack Obama's wife.

The Webcasts, hosted by CBS Evening News' Katie Couric live from the Denver convention, are scheduled to take place from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. PDT on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. They'll be followed by a political roundtable.

The Webcasts will recap the day's highlights and will also feature analysis from CBS' political team and other special guests. Be sure to click here nightly for the Webcasts, and here for even more DNC coverage with an eye for all things technology related.

You're also encouraged to submit question about the candidates, campaigns, conventions, or other topics for Couric and crew by following the links on either of the aforementioned pages.

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