How to Watch PBS NewsHour Coverage of the Impeachment Inquiry

Public Impeachment Inquiry Hearings

November 12, 2019
PBS Staff Writers

The U.S. House of Representatives will hold public impeachment hearings this week, beginning Wednesday, November 13, and continuing on Friday, November 15. Viewers will be able to watch the hearings (live and pre-recorded) on television or stream across a wide range of digital and social platforms. Here's how you can watch:

How to Watch Live TV Coverage

Hearings from Capitol Hill will be available for local stations to air live. Check here to find out if your local station is carrying the broadcast.

Additionally, the WORLD Channel, a digital broadcast channel carried by 157 public television stations, will carry live coverage. Find out if WORLD Channel is available in your market.

How to Stream Live Coverage

You can find live streaming coverage of the impeachment hearings on, the PBS NewsHour site and on the PBS Video App (available on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and smart TVs).

PBS NewsHour will also be streaming the hearings live on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.

How to Watch After the Hearings Conclude

WORLD Channel will also re-air the hearings in primetime. (Find out if WORLD Channel is available in your area here.)

Once the livestreams of the hearings concludes each day, the coverage will remain available across digital platforms, including, the PBS NewsHour site, and the PBS Video App.

The hearings will also remain available to stream on the PBS NewsHour Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter pages.

Coverage and Analysis

It’s one thing to watch the hearings, but it’s another to understand context and get further information about the politics at play. Tune-in or stream PBS Newshour and Amanpour & Company for extensive analysis and additional coverage of the inquiry.

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