How to Stream CNN’s Election Night Results Coverage Online

Anderson Cooper, Wolf Blitzer, and the rest of the CNN team will be on the news network’s stream of tonight’s results

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If you’re looking to stream tonight’s election coverage on your computer, CNN has you covered with all the John King touchscreens and breathless Wolf Blitzer updates you can handle.

CNN’s will stream their “Election Night in America 2016” TV coverage on starting at 4 PM ET, featuring Blitzer, Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, and Anderson Cooper. A TV subscription is not required to access the stream, and it can also be accessed on CNN’s smartphone app, as well as streaming apps on Roku and other streaming boxes. CNN will also host an alternate stream on Apple News and Facebook Live, featuring reactions from the campaign watch parties in New York City, polling places in swing states like Ohio and Florida, and other major sites across the nation.

Otherwise, CNN is in the midst of around-the-clock election coverage which kicked off Monday night with an extended hour of “CNN Tonight with Don Lemon” followed by a special overnight edition of “America’s Choice 2016” anchored by Poppy Harlow.

Looking for another news team to watch the election? YouTube is offering election night streaming from six different channels, including NBC News and PBS. Click the links to find out more.

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.