You’ll see the Democratic presidential debates in virtual reality, thanks to CNN

CNN is offering you a front-row ticket to look around the studio during its upcoming Democratic presidential debate, and you won’t even have to leave your couch.

All you need is a Samsung phone and a slightly goofy-looking virtual reality headset

If you can bear to look like you’re living in the Matrix, CNN is going to be offering a virtual reality livestream of “>its upcoming debate on October 13 in Las Vegas

It will be the first major live media event to receive the VR treatment.

“You can, through this helmet, get an absolutely first-row-seat experience of being at this debate,” said Jason Farkas, the executive producer at CNN Money who is spearheading the project. Read more…

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You’ll be see the Democratic presidential debates in virtual reality, thanks to CNN

CNN is offering you a front-row ticket to look around the studio during its upcoming Democratic presidential debate, and you won’t even have to leave your couch.

All you need is a Samsung phone and a slightly goofy-looking virtual reality headset

If you can bear to look like you’re living in the Matrix, CNN is going to be offering a virtual reality livestream of “>its upcoming debate on October 13 in Las Vegas

It will be the first major live media event to receive the VR treatment.

“You can, through this helmet, get an absolutely first-row-seat experience of being at this debate,” said Jason Farkas, the executive producer at CNN Money who is spearheading the project. Read more…

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CNN will stream the next Republican presidential debate for free

You won’t need to have Trump bucks to watch The Donald in the upcoming debate

CNN will be streaming its Republican presidential debate on September 16 for free without the need for any cable authentication. The news channel is making the debate available on every platform and device it can — smartphone, tablet and, yes, even boring old cable TV

Andrew Morse, head of US editorial operations and worldwide digital at CNN, told Mashable that the company sees the broad interest in the debate as a chance to attract new users online. Read more…

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