Are you a political junkie hungry for Republican National Convention news? Are you suffering FOMO because you're not in Cleveland? Are you just craving for gavel-to-gavel action at the Quicken Loans Arena?
Well, here's how you can peep the action from anywhere in the world.
If you've got a phone, download the official RNC app to see if presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump gets the formal nod from his party. The live stream, provided by Google, will include 360-degree cameras for an immersive experience. It also has a turn-by-turn map of the arena and a program list of speakers, complete with bios.
You can also watch Google's coverage on a laptop or desktop or mobile.
Twitter is also getting into the live streaming game. The micro-blogging service is partnering with CBS News to stream CBSN's coverage of the RNC from start to finish. To distinguish the coverage, Twitter will, unsurprisingly, annotate its coverage with real-time convention-related tweets.
The social network and CBS' digital-streaming news service will also team up to live stream the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia the following week. (Note: CBS is the parent company of CNET.)
And, of course, you can watch the proceedings of Trump-o-palooza on most of the major networks, many of which will stream the proceedings and commentary to their websites and apps. C-SPAN will be airing the convention's evening proceedings on Facebook Live.
The extravaganza, which is sure to be raucous both on the floor and outside the arena, starts on July 18. It runs for four days, so make sure your devices are charged.
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