Univision News and Telemundo are ready to once again give Hispanic America total all-platform access to the next big event in the 2016 presidential election: the last debate between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, taking place at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Wednesday, October 19 at 9:00 pm ET/8:00 pm CT/6:00 pm PT.

The highly anticipated third debate will be broadcast live with simultaneous Spanish translation on the Univision Network, Univision.com, the Univision and Univision Noticias apps, Facebook.com/UnivisionPolítica, Univision Noticias’ YouTube channel, Periscope and Snapchat Live. Additionally, it will live stream in English on Facebook.com/UnivisionNews and Univision.com. Viewers can also watch the debate LIVE unauthenticated through their respective cable or satellite provider as well as through Univision NOW, Univision’s direct to consumer live video service of the Univision and UniMás broadcast networks.

Meanwhile, Noticias Telemundo will broadcast “Batalla Decisiva” (Decisive Battle), its special coverage of the third and final presidential debate live on Telemundo, the Telemundo.com website, the Noticias Telemundo mobile app, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube on Wednesday, October 19, starting at 9PM ET/8 CT/6 PT.  Led by Noticias Telemundo anchor José Díaz-Balart, the comprehensive coverage is part of #DECISION2016, the Telemundo News platform to inform and empower Hispanic voters in the United States.

“‘Batalla Decisiva’ is the last chance to see the candidates face to face, and Noticias Telemundo will offer all of the details of this crucial encounter,” Díaz-Balart commented. “US Latino voters have a double role in these elections: as a campaign issue and as a key electoral bloc that could decide the vote in swing states like Florida and Nevada. Noticias Telemundo will be bringing viewers unprecedented coverage of an event that could have an huge impact on our community over the next four years.”

A special post-debate program hosted by Univision News’ award-winning anchors Jorge Ramos and María Elena Salinas will feature comprehensive commentary and analysis with special guests.

Telemundo will follow the debate with a special program featuring more than 10 analysts and correspondents who will present analysis, reports and public reaction from around the country. They will use Microsoft Pulse, an innovative tool that allows viewers to express and share their opinions about the candidates’ statements on Telemundo screens in real time using their mobile devices and it'll make it possible to determine the level of acceptance of the candidates’ messages and audience reaction to the debate in general.

Univision News will take fact-checking to a whole new level in this last debate. Not only will it continue to do its own thorough investigation of each candidate’s statements in real time to confirm their veracity, but it will also tap into the expertise of a group of invited journalists from Central America, South America and Spain –considered among the best fact-checkers in their countries– who will collaborate with Univision’s “Lie Detector” team in Miami during the debate. Additionally, Univision News will launch a special fact-checking bot that will allow viewers to do their own investigating via Facebook Messenger throughout the event.