CBS News will broadcast election night news from a new election night studio at the ViacomCBS headquarters in Times Square. CBSN will update for the day with a special election night version of “Red & Blue” streaming at 5 p.m. ET. Starting at 7pm, CBSN will continuously report with the exit poll analysis and minute-to-minute calls from CBS News Decision.
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CBSN coverage began at 7 a.m. ET with anchor character Anne-Marie Green. Vladimir Duthiers and Tanya Rivero will provide day-to-day updates. “Red & Blue”;, at 5 p.m. ET, will be anchored by Elaine Quijano. Starting at 7 p.m. ET, the CBSN will cover continuous coverage, led by election and survey director Anthony Salvanto.
How to see news about election night
What: Scope of election 2020
Day: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Location: Election night studio in the ViacomCBS headquarters in New York’s Times Square
TELEVISION:The news begins with the Evening News at 6:30 pm
Range of “Red & Blue” preview on CBSN: 5-7 pm
CBSN: Continuous coverage starts at 7pm
Online stream: Live on CBSN – in the player above and on your mobile, your connected TV or game console. Download the free CBS News app for all CBSN news and live election updates. CBSN streaming is available on all major platforms, including iOS, Android, Roku, Amazon, Apple, Samsung, and Pluto.
According to the: Update election night live on CBSNews.com
The news of election night on CBS starts at 6:30 pm ET on “CBS Evening News”, led by the curator and managing editor. Norah O’Donnell, and continues throughout the evening and early hours.
O’Donnell will star co-host “CBS This Morning” Gayle King, who runs “Face the Nation” and senior foreign relations correspondent Margaret Brennan, “60 Minutes” reporter and lead analyst. CBS News senior executive John Dickerson, and CBS News political reporter Ed O’Keefe.
CBS News’s newsletter will also include reports from Washington’s chief correspondent, Major Garrett on exit polls and voter integrity; Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes on House and Senate races; Maria Elena Salinas on different voting blocks; and Jeff Pegues on election security and misinformation.
Former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus and former Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett will also be on the point.