The race to the White House is almost over and as audiences are tuning out the TV and sticking to their online options, here is a rundown on the different platforms offering Election Day coverage.
The end is here: Election Day. Millions of voters will be tuning in tomorrow night to find out who will be the next President of the United States, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
In the presidential election of 2012, selecting a new Commander-in-Chief wasn’t the only difficulty with the tough decision of choosing the network channel you’d watch for state-by-state results. Fast-forward 4 years later and not only did the presidential selection become tougher but the options for election coverage did too.
With social media being far more advanced with live video streaming and numerous choices including Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and more, how do you know where to go for updates? We’ve got you covered with this guide to online Election Day coverage featuring collaborations of news outlets and social giants. Each of these options provides a unique offering so it’s all up to you and how you’d like to experience the country’s historic night.
With all these options, you won’t need to rush home if you’re out and about as the numbers add up. Getting the election results straight to your computer, phone or streaming device is now easier than ever. Polls will begin to close across the United States at 6 p.m. ET. Voting will come to a complete close at 1 a.m. ET on Wednesday. Be sure to tune in on one of platforms above to watch who will be become America’s 45th president.