Now available: Live Debate Fact Check Embed for Your Site

Sep 23, 2016

This Monday, as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton square off for the first presidential debate, the NPR Politics team with be right along with them, fact-checking the debate in real-time. And your station can feature this too, via an embedded widget that will automatically update the debate transcript along with live annotations from the NPR Politics Team. Get a peek at what this might look like below: 

This embed is a created using pym.js, a javascript library for responsively embedding iframes. If you're familiar with Pym.js, we're happy to announce that the updated version is now compatible with Core Publisher. 

The embed code for each debate, along with step by step instructions is now available on a dedicated resource page.

Member stations who do not want to embed the live fact check will be able to publish a story provided via the NPR Content API after the debate is finished. Note: This story will lack some of the functionality and styling of the embedded version.  

For a comprehensive view on NPR's coverage of the 2016 election, including our collaborative coverage series, "A Nation Engaged," our social media #DearWashington campaign, co-branded assets for download, and much more visit nprstations.org. We encourage you to use these tools to boost your election coverage this election season.

Questions about this embed?

The NPR visuals team will be providing support during and after each debate, email nprapps@npr.org