Bloomberg Covers 'Economy' Election

Net Will Focus on Intersections of Main, Wall, K Streets

Bloomberg TV has dubbed its election coverage Economy Election 2012, and will start on Tuesday at 7 p.m. with a special edition of Bloomberg Surveillance and continuing coverage of what the business news channel dubs "the intersection of Wall Street, Main Street and K Street."

The buisness channel plans to specifically cover the "economic impacts of an Obama or Romney presidency and the financial obstacles stifling the nation's path to recovery."

The channel's primetime coverage will include correspondents in Chicago, Boston, Washington, New York and Ohio -- the battleground state it's calling "ground zero for the economy election.".

Coverage will be across multiple platforms, including online streaming, mobile and simulcasts on Bloomberg Radio on WBBR(AM) New York and SiruisXM.