How to Watch MSNBC Without Cable

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Looking to stay updated on tonight’s live election results? MSNBC and NBC have got you covered. Both channels are offering joint digital coverage of tonight’s results over at their respective websites, but you’ll need a cable provider to watch their live feeds. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of online subscription services that offer MSNBC live with free trials.

Election coverage will be running all day long on the network. The first polls close at 6 p.m. ET tonight, but MSNBC’s official coverage will have already begun. Nicole Wallace will kick off election night at 4 p.m. ET tonight, continuing with Chris Hayes at 5 p.m. ET. Once the polls have closed at 6, MSNBC’s election results coverage will feature commentary from Rachel Maddow, Brian Williams, Joy Reid, and Wallace.

Is MSNBC available to stream without a cable provider? Where can you watch it for free? There are plenty of live TV subscriptions that offer free trials — here are a handful of options that feature the MSNBC channel.

Can I watch live TV on the MSNBC website?

As stated above, you’ll need a cable provider to access the live television feed on either MSNBC’s or NBC’s website. You can, however, sign up for a free trial with Hulu, YouTube, or other subscription services, and your credentials will allow you to access the live feed on the MSNBC and NBC websites — keep reading to find out about the online services that offer live TV.

Can I watch MSNBC on Hulu?

Yes! Hulu Live TV carries the live MSNBC channel, along with a number of other news channels. Their live service is available to try for a free trial period of seven days. After that, Hulu Live TV will run you $54.99 per month. You can sign up over at the Hulu Live TV website.

Is MSNBC on YouTube?

Yes — if you subscribe to their YouTube TV service. Just like Hulu, YouTube TV offers a free trial period of seven days. Once you sign up, you can stream MSNBC on the platform for free. After the week trial period ends, YouTube TV will cost you $64.99 per month.

Where else is MSNBC streaming?

Sling TV is the cheapest way to stream MSNBC and other live TV channels. After you sign up for a seven-day free trial, Sling TV runs $20 a month. There are a handful of different packages Sling offers — if you’re looking to watch MSNBC, you’ll have to select the Sling Blue Service.

MSNBC is also available on FuboTV, which focuses primarily on sports programming. If you want to watch MSNBC tonight, though, FuboTV has the channel. There’s a seven-day free trial period after you sign up; the subscription will then run $64.99.

On top of that, AT&T offers MSNBC in its AT&T TV Now service. They offer a seven-day free trial, and then the subscription costs $55 per month. You can check out AT&T’s other live TV packages at the AT&T TV Now site.

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