CNN detailed its plans for Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The network’s coverage will kick off from 7 p.m.-midnight (EST) with America Votes 2006, anchored by Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Lou Dobbs and Paula Zahn live from its state-of-the-art studio in the Time Warner Center in New York.
CNN said that by using its News Wall video wall, it will be able to present real-time vote information, exit polls and analysis of races across the country.
After the polls close, CNN will air a special two-hour edition of Larry King Live starting at midnight.
The next morning, American Morning, co-anchored by Soledad O’Brien and Miles O’Brien, will air at the special time of 5 a.m. with complete election results and analysis.
And CNN Internet reporters Jacki Schechner and Abbi Tatton will host the first CNN E-lection Nite Blog Party at Tryst in Washington, D.C.