The information about how to get live-streaming for the debate is available at the Biola web site.
Details about the debate:
Debate: Alex Rosenberg vs. William Lane Craig
February 1, 2013 — 7:00-9:30 pm EST LIVE — Purdue University
And: 7:00-9:30 pm PST West Coast Delayed Feed
Location: Elliot Hall of Music
West Lafayette, IN
Here’s some of what Biola sent me in an e-mail after I registered:
In addition to the live debate at 7:00 pm EST we will be re-airing the debate at 7:00 pm PST for those on the West Coast. The debate will also be available on-demand after 2 pm EST on Saturday, February 2. Please visit http://live.biola.edu/faq/ for more details on viewing options.
Many groups are hosting viewings that are open to the public. Check out the full list here: http://live.biola.edu/locations/ and join people in your community to watch the debate and dialogue. If you are interested in a hosting a public viewing please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to have your location added!
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SCREENING AT BIOLA UNIVERSITY
Are you near Biola? The debate may be happening in freezing Indiana, but we’ll be hosting a viewing in Sutherland Auditorium on the Biola campus at 7:00 pm PST. This event is FREE. For more information and to RSVP please visit www.apologeticsevents.com.
FAQ & TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
Please test your equipment and connection at our test site: http://live.biola.edu/faq/ If you run into any issues, please contact us before the event so we can help resolve them with you. Contact us at email@example.com.
HOW TO VIEW THE DEBATE
After you’ve tested your equipment and gathered round your friends and family, we recommend logging onto the debate website at least 20 minutes before the event begins. You will connect to www.biola.edu/debate (the same place you registered!) and be directed to log in. You will use the same email address you provided when registering. Remember: registration is required so if you have friends in other cities watching as well remind them to register now at www.biola.edu/debate.
I thought this snip from Wikipedia was also interesting:
During the 2006 Duke University lacrosse case, he was one of the so-called Group of 88 professors who, shortly after members of the university’s lacrosse team were accused of rape, signed a letter calling attention to problems with race relations at Duke and thanking protesters for “making a collective noise” on “what happened to this young woman.” After a year-long ordeal that is now widely viewed as one of the most conspicuous miscarriages of justice by a prosecutor in modern American history, the lacrosse players were found innocent of the rape charges. The so-called “Group of 88” letter is regarded by some conservatives as an example of unfair prejudgment.
You can read something that Alex Rosenberg wrote about his naturalistic worldview in the left-wing New York Times.