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How and where to stream the Democratic National Convention

Twitter, Facebook, YouTube — you have options.

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Remember last week? When we thought the Democratic National Convention was going to be the low-key one? Ha!

That notion was flipped on its head over the weekend as thousands of leaked emails from WikiLeaks have party members cringing and Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz on the way out. The whole ordeal has thrown a cloud — or a spotlight — on the party’s convention, which kicks off Monday in Philadelphia.

The good news: There are lots of ways you can watch all the drama unfold.

Twitter will be streaming the convention as part of a deal with CBS. The network will broadcast the CBSN digital feed — which you can find here — and you don’t need a Twitter account or TV subscription to watch.

Facebook will be doing something similar as part of a deal with ABC. The stream will be free, and the coverage is the same as what you’ll see on ABCNews.com or from ABC News’s mobile and Apple TV apps. (FYI: Both Twitter and Facebook are getting digital feeds, which are different from what you can watch on prime-time TV each night of the convention.)

Snapchat will create stories around the convention throughout the week, which isn’t the same as live coverage but should offer an on-the-ground look at what’s going on.

You’ll also be able to watch live from the DNC website, and you’ll be able to watch some network broadcasts live on YouTube, too.

The event starts at 4 pm ET Monday and runs through Thursday evening. Here are the key speakers for each evening:

Monday: U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders; First Lady Michelle Obama

Tuesday: Former President Bill Clinton

Wednesday: Vice President Joe Biden; President Barack Obama

Thursday: Hillary’s daughter, Chelsea Clinton; presumptive party nominee Hillary Clinton

This article originally appeared on Recode.net.