No, you don’t need cable or satellite service, or even a TV, to watch election night results coverage from NBC News.
For you cord-cutters out there, NBC News will stream tonight’s election results on YouTube and Facebook Live — either on a computer, through a mobile app or streaming device like a Roku or video game console — as well as on the front page of the NBC News, MSNBC, and “Today” websites.
Livestream coverage will start at 4 PM ET with the MSNBC team and will be handed over to Lester Holt for the results and candidate speeches from 6:30 PM to 2 AM. MSNBC will livestream their own election night coverage separate from NBC on their website with Chris Matthews, Brian Williams, and Rachel Maddow. In addition, NBC reporters will be interviewing voters and answering questions on Facebook Live throughout the day.
NBC News is one of six news organizations that is teaming up with YouTube to bring live coverage of the event, along with Bloomberg, MTV, PBS, Telemundo, and The Young Turks. You can watch NBC’s stream in the video above.
We’ve rounded up every news network’s coverage plan for this monumental political event, from broadcast to cable, here. There you’ll find all the details on your myriad viewing options.