The 2016 election is nearly over, and whether you’re voting red or blue (or third party!), you’ll want to keep up with all the election updates. If you can’t be in front of you TV to watch the future unfold, here are some of the best ways to watch election coverage online:
YouTube has teamed up with six different channels that will all live-stream election coverage. Starting at 7 p.m. ET, the following organizations will air election coverage: YouTube’s own The Young Turks, Telemundo, MTV News, Bloomberg, and PBS NewsHour. NBC News will run coverage on YouTube beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
The newspaper will air election coverage on Facebook Live starting at 4:30 p.m. ET, and will continue the stream throughout the evening with live reports from correspondents nationwide as well as on college campuses.
PBS NewsHour will also air a Facebook Live broadcast with its election coverage from 8 p.m. ET until 2 a.m. It plans to incorporate live video from both the Clinton and Trump campaigns beginning at 6 p.m.
The network will stream election coverage on its website beginning at 7 p.m. ET. Also starting at 7 p.m., Good Morning America co-anchor Michael Strahan and ABC News correspondent T.J. Holmes will be reporting poll results live from ABC’s “Times Square Crossroads,” the network’s Facebook Live booth located in Times Square. The booth allows real voters to voice their opinions on the election.
THE WASHINGTON POST
The newspaper will air election night coverage starting at 7 p.m. ET from its Washington, D.C., newsroom, hosted by political reporters Ed O’Keefe and Elise Viebeck, via Facebook Live and WashingtonPost.com.
BUZZFEED NEWS VIA TWITTER
BuzzFeed News will live stream its election coverage — from the company’s cafeteria turned broadcast studio — exclusively on Twitter. “Election Night Live” starts at 6 p.m. ET.
Vox.com’s Liz Plank will report live on Facebook at Hillary Clinton’s rally at New York’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
THE DAILY CALLER
The Washington, D.C.-based news site will feature Facebook Live broadcasts from the White House and also inside the new Trump Hotel.
Digital news site NowThis will live-stream “No Sleep til POTUS,” with comedian Jordan Carlos. The broadcast will air from NowThis’s New York studio and different locations throughout the city.
VOTECASTR AND SLATE
If you’d rather see just the election returns (and not listen to people talk about the election), Slate is teaming up with VoteCastr to publish the election projections in real time, based on the voter turnouts. This means that voters will now have the same knowledge that the campaigns do about who is winning or losing.