Bloomberg TV’s election night coverage kicks off at 7pmET Tuesday with a special edition of “Bloomberg Surveillance,” hosted by Tom Keene. Keene will be joined by Sara Eisen and Scarlet Fu in New York.
Trish Regan will anchor the network’s main election coverage beginning at 8pmET. Regan will be joined by Washington editor Al Hunt and political analyst Matthew Dowd. Bloomberg’s White House correspondent Julianna Goldman will be live at the Obama campaign headquarters in Chicago. Megan Hughes will be in New York and national correspondent Carol Massar will be in Hamilton County, Ohio.
More in Bloomberg’s release, after the jump.
BLOOMBERG TELEVISION PRESENTS:ECONOMY ELECTION 2012
Who will lead the United States back to economic prosperity? Beginning tomorrow at 7pm ET, Bloomberg Television presents “Economy Election 2012,” live primetime election coverage focused on the economic impacts of an Obama or Romney presidency and the financial obstacles stifling the nation’s path to recovery.
At 7pm ET, Bloomberg Television will air a special edition of “Bloomberg Surveillance” with host Tom Keene, who will be joined by Sara Eisen and Scarlet Fu in New York. At 8pm ET, Trish Regan hosts “Economy Election 2012,” which will feature a team of reporters, analysts and contributors who will examine the key economic issues at play in the race for the White House.
Regan will be joined by Washington editor Al Hunt, Bloomberg Television political analyst Matthew Dowd, former Senator John Sununu (R-NH), Neil Barofsky, former Inspector General of TARP and Richard Falkenrath, former Deputy Commissioner of Counter-Terrorism of the NYPD. White House correspondent Julianna Goldman will report live from Obama campaign headquarters in Chicago and chief Washington correspondent Peter Cook will be stationed at Romney campaign headquarters in Boston. Washington correspondent Megan Hughes will report from New York with real-time results and chief national correspondent Carol Massar will report from Hamilton County, OH, ground zero for the economy election and a state that could determine the final outcome. In addition, White House correspondent Hans Nichols and economics editor Michael McKee will contribute to Bloomberg’s comprehensive reporting on the intersection of Wall Street, Main Street and K Street.
Bloomberg Television’s coverage will include a substantial multi-platform presence, with special programming available on multiple screens including on-air, via livestream on Bloomberg.com at http://www.bloomberg.com/tv/ and on mobile via the award-winning Bloomberg TV+ iPad app.
Listeners can tune in to Bloomberg Radio at WBBR 1130 AM in the New York metro area, SiriusXM channel 113 and on the Bloomberg Radio+ iPhone app for a simulcast of special election programming.
To find Bloomberg Television in your area, visit http:// bloomberg.viewerlink.tv/. To continue the conversation, follow Bloomberg TV on Twitter at @BloombergTV.
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