Hillary Clinton will officially be named the Democratic nominee for president at the Democratic National Convention, which is being held in Philadelphia from July 25 to 28.
Confirmed speakers at the event include Clinton's former primary rival Bernie Sanders and her running mate Tim Kaine, as well as President Obama, Michelle Obama, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, former President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton.
Twitter and CBS News are partnering to live-stream CBSN's coverage of the event on Twitter. Viewers can access the livestream here. PBS and National Public Radio are also teaming up to offer live prime-time coverage from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. EDT each night on PBS and NPR.
CNN is taking an all-hands-on-deck approach, offering 24/7 coverage of both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions across multiple platforms, beginning on the Saturday before each convention. C-SPAN and Fox News are also offering round-the-clock coverage on the days of the conventions.
NBC is devoting its 10 p.m. hour to special NBC News event coverage on the days of the convention. ABC will also devote one hour of prime time news coverage to the event each evening, and Good Morning America will be broadcast live from Philadelphia on Monday through Thursday, as will Nightline and World News Tonight (Sunday through Thursday).
How do you plan to watch the Democratic National Convention?
(Full disclosure: TVGuide.com is owned by CBS.)