Like every other news network on the biggest news day of the year, Fox News will be bringing its coverage of the presidential election results online. And that coverage will come in several forms.
First and foremost, Fox News will bring its coverage to FOX and all affiliates with its “You Decide 2016: Election Special,” hosted by chief news anchor Shepard Smith, scheduled for 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. ET.
Coverage over on Fox News kicked off yesterday at 4 A.M. Eastern, and continues even now, with a jam-packed line-up of familiar faces from this election season and elections long gone. But, for the evening specifically, Fox News’ Megyn Kelly and Brett Baier will be handling primary live coverage on television, as well as through its Fox News Go app and website, which cable subscribers can access through their providers on computers, mobile devices and other streaming devices.
Leading into Wednesday, coverage will be served up from all corners of the Fox News pool, with commentary from panels on “Fox & Friends”, “Fox & Friends First”, “The Five”, and more. Fox familiars like Sean Hannity and Neil Cavuto will be serving up their own brand of election day thoughts, thought Kelly and Baier are set to rule the evening on “America’s News HQ”. Fox News’ Carl Cameron and John Roberts are set to cover the happenings at Trump’s campaign HQ, while Jennifer Griffin and Mike Emanuel will report from Hillary Clinton’s Javits Center location, both in New York City. Check out the full schedule here.
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.