Alastair Stewart gave us a gimps into the ITV Election Studio on the late news tonight. ITV’s coverage starts at 11:45pm on Tuesday and will run till 6am.
Alastair, Trevor McDonald, Mark Austin, James Mates, John Irvine and Bill Neeley will be supplying the coverage.
BBC – The BBC is to simulcast its results programme on BBC1, BBC News channel, BBC America, and BBC World.
David Dimbleby will join Matt Frei in Washington for the programme, which starts at 11.15pm UK time.
Jeremy Vine and former ABC News presenter Ted Koppel will provide analysis.
Katty Kay, Philippa Thomas, Laura Kuenssberg, John Simpson and Justin Webb are a few of the correspondents that’ll be on hand this Tuesday night.
Andrew Neil will be in New York and Washington for BBC2’s Daily Politics show on November 5 and 6.
Sky News – Sunday Live this week will come live from Sky’s Miami White house. Adam Boulton will be speaking to Karl Rove, Geraldine Ferraro, Manny Diaz and Lynn Forester de Rothschild.
The Daily Mail reported last week that BBC would send 125 staff to the US, as well as the 50 already there. ITV News will have between 15 and 20 while Sky News will send 40.
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