November 6, 2012

TV TimeZ: Where to watch Election Coverage

Today's Election Day/Night 2012 TV Coverage:

 ABC News special Your Voice, Your Vote 2012 election coverage will originate live from ABC News Election Headquarters in Times Square led by Diane Sawyer and George Stephanopoulos.  A special edition of World News with Diane Sawyer will air tonight at 630p with full election coverage starting at 7p.  A special edition of Nightline will air at 235a.  Senior White House Correspondent Jake Tapper will be at Obama campaign headquarters in Chicago while ABC World News weekend anchor David Muir will be at Romney campaign headquarters in Boston.  Katie Couric will be monitoring social media reaction throughout the evening and Barbara Walters will offer historical context.

CBS - CBS Evening News Anchor and Managing Editor Scott Pelley will lead CBS News' seven hours of election coverage tonight beginning at 7p from the CBS Broadcast Center in New York City.  Pelley will be joined by FACE THE NATION Anchor Bob Schieffer, CBS THIS MORNING Co-Host Norah O'Donnell and CBS News Political Director John Dickerson.  Anthony Mason will report on exit polling data while Jan Crawford will report from the Romney campaign headquarters in Boston and Nancy Cordes will report from the Obama campaign headquarters in Chicago.

FOX Broadcasting - Coverage will be anchored by Shepard Smith with commentary and analysis by Ed Rollins, Mary Anne Marsh and A.B. Stoddard.  Martha MacCallum will report on the exit polls while Carol Cameron will report from the Romney campaign headquarters in Boston and Ed Henry will be at the Obama campaign headquarters in Chicago.

NBC - NBC Nightly News and Rock Center anchor and managing editor Brian Williams will lead the network's coverage tonight from Democracy Plaza at NBC News world headquarters in New York's Rockefeller Center.  Meet the Press moderator David Gregory and TODAY co-host Savannah Guthrie will join Williams in Studio 3B, the NBC News Election Center.  Special correspondent Tom Brokaw will offer commentary on trends, history and analysis; voter insight provided by pollsters Peter Hart and Bill McInturff.  Chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell will report on key House and Senate races.  Political director and chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd will track the electoral votes in a studio featuring touchscreen wall graphics while Tamron Hall reports on exit polls and White House correspondent Kristen Welker will report from the Obama campaign headquarters in Chicago and Peter Alexander will report from the Romney campaign headquarters in Boston. 

CNN - Election Night in America coverage will be led by anchors Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper from Washington; Candy Crowley in Boston; and Erin Burnett in Ohio beginning at 6p tonight.  CNN's coverage will encompass more than 40 consecutive hours of live programming from the network's newly constructed, state-of-the-art studio and control room.  CNN 's Election day coverage live begins in Washington at 5a with Early Start with John Berman and Zoraida Sambolin and Starting Point with Soledad O'Brien.   National political reporter Jim Acosta will join Crowley in Boston at the Romney campaign headquarters while White House correspondents Jessica Yellin, Dan Lothian and Brianna Keilar will be live from Obama campaign headquarters in Chicago.  John King will run the Magic Wall to offer analysis of CNN's projections.  

Comedy Central - Beginning at 10p tonight, Jon Stewart will head the network's coverage with Election 2012: This Ends Now and Stephen Colbert's Election 2012: A Nation Votes, Ohio Decides; The Re-Presidenting of America: Who Will Replace Obama? airs at 1030p.

FOX News Channel - Election coverage titled America's Election HQ begins at 6p this evening co-anchored by Special Report's Bret Baier and America Live's Megyn Kelly along with FNC's senior political analyst Brit Hume, FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace and contributors Joe Trippi, Juan Williams, Karl Rove, Kirsten Powers and Stephen Hayes.  FNC's election coverage will also include Martha MacCallum reporting on the exit poll data and Bill Hemmer relating results on the electronic "Bill-board."  Chief political correspondent Carl Cameron and senior national correspondent John Roberts will be live from the Romney campaign in Boston while chief White House correspondent Ed Henry and senior White House correspondent Wendell Goler will be live from the Obama campaign in Chicago.  

MSNBC - Decision 2012 programming begins at 530a with Way Too Early followed by Morning Joe at 6a-9a.  A special edition of Hardball with Chris Matthews begins at 5p.  MSNBC's all-night Decision 2012 coverage and analysis begins tonight at 6p hosted by Rachel Maddow with Chris Matthews and Rev. Al Sharpton, Lawrence O'Donnell, Ed Schultz and Steve Schmidt from New York City.  Chuck Todd will relate the numbers; Tamron Hall will relate exit poll results; Melissa Harris-Perry will contribute from the Obama campaign headquarters in Chicago and Chris Jansing will report from Romney headquarters in Boston.