CBS News will broadcast Election Night Broadcast from a new Election Night Studio at Viacom CBS Headquarters in Times Square. CBSN will have updates throughout the day on the special election night edition of “Red & Blue” streaming at 5pm ET. Starting at 7pm, there will be continuous security with minute-by-minute calls from the CBSN exit poll analysis and CBS news results desk.
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CBSN coverage began with the anchor Anne-Mary Green at 7am ET. Vladimir Tudors and Tanya Rivero will provide updates throughout the day. “Red & Blue,” hosted by Elaine Quijano at 5 p.m. Starting at 7pm ET, CBSN, led by Director of Elections and Survey Anthony Salvando, will provide continuous security.
How to see election night coverage
What: 2020 Election Coverage
Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Location: Election night studio at Viacom CBS headquarters in New York’s Times Square
TV:Coverage begins with the Evening News at 6:30 p.m.
“Red & Blue” preview coverage on CBSN: 5-7 p.m.
CBSN: Continuous security begins at 7 p.m.
Online Stream: Live on CBSN – in the player above and on your mobile phone, connected TV or gaming console. Download the free CBS News app for full CBSN coverage and live election updates. CBSN streaming is available on all major platforms including iOS, Android, Roku, Amazon, Apple, Samsung and Pluto.
Follow: Election night live updates on CBSNews.com
Election night broadcast on CBS starts at 6:30 pm ET, “CBS Evening News” led by anchor and executive editor Nora O’Donal, and continues throughout the evening and into the early morning.
Gayle King, co-host of “CBS This Morning” with O’Donnell, “Face the Nation” reviewer and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan, “60 Minutes” reporter and CBS News senior political analyst John Dickerson and CBS News political correspondent Ed O’Keefe.
CBS News’ coverage also includes a report by Washington Chief Correspondent Major Garrett on exit polls and voter integrity; Nancy Cortez, chief congressional correspondent on House and Senate races; Maria Elena Salinas in various polls; And Jeff Begus on election security and misinformation.
Former White House President Raines Prebus and former Obama senior adviser Valerie Jared will also provide perspectives.
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