Viewers' guide to live coverage of election night
There are lots of options for online political junkies to catch live coverage of tonight's U.S. elections. Here are a few.
- The Huffington Post has its own live coverage with a widget beside the player that allows viewers to upload a comment or their own video.
- Fox News makes its real-time-updated electoral map the showcase of its live page, with a livestream on the right
- CNN seems to have split its live coverage between the live stream from TV
- Their election centre is full of all sorts of goodies to allow you to follow the races.
- ABC is teaming up with Yahoo! and going to YouTube for its livestreaming online election coverage
- NBC has a nice, one-stop shop, including its livestream
- CBS is teaming up with UStream for its live coverage
- PBS is also going the UStream route
- NPR has an extensive election page, with a link to a really cool "big board" of results:
- The American political blog, Politico, is offering its own livestream and live Twitter feed on its site
- Al Jazeera, which is used to streaming live news events, is hosting election coverage on its site tonight
- The Washington Post has given its homepage over to the U.S. elections, with easily navigable live results, photo galleries and video
- So has The New York Times. The Times has also dropped its paywall for tonight's coverage.
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