—PBS is offering online coverage all day Election Day, switching to TV in the evening. Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff will be co-anchors. PBS has its own team of historians, Michael Beschloss and Richard Norton Smith, to take the big picture approach.
—C-SPAN will also take its minimalist approach to coverage on its two separate networks, offering results and victory and concession speeches from around the country.
—Former Vice President Al Gore, the star of his own Election Night drama 12 years ago, will spend Tuesday leading Current’s coverage, which also prominently features live Twitter streams.
—For those who want specific ideological filters, Glenn Beck is in charge of Election Night coverage on his website The Blaze, and The Daily Kos website is promoting its own radio commentary.
—Longtime CNN anchor Larry King will be on duty Election Night on the digital network Ora TV.
For Spanish-language television viewers, there’s a variety of networks to tune in, too.
— CNN en Español will broadcast U.S. election coverage, beginning at 7 p.m. (EST). Leading the coverage will be the network’s senior political anchor Juan Carlos López, along with anchors Patricia Janiot, Fernando del Rincón, Carmen Aristegui, Xavier Serbiá, Guillermo Arduino and Alejandra Oraa and political contributors Juan Hernández, María Cardona, Roberto Izurieta and Charles Garcia. They will be reporting from the CNN World Headquarters Studio 7 in Atlanta. The network will have correspondents reporting from all over the world in countries like Mexico, Cuba, Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Spain and Jerusalem, talking to the people in these countries about the U.S. election. U.S.-based reporters will be all over the country. CNN en Español reaches 30 million households in Latin America and 7 million households in the United States.
— Univision, the most dominant Spanish-language network in the United States, will air on television, online, mobile, radio and via social media. Live coverage on Tuesday kicks off at 7 p.m. (EST) through 3 a.m. (EST) from its “Election Center” in Miami, with longtime anchors Jorge Ramos and María Elena Salinas leading a team of journalists and political analysts. The in-studio analysts will be Helen Aguirre and Alfonso Aguilar, Republican analysts, Fabian Núñez, Democratic analyst, Sergio Bendixen, Democratic and Hispanic voter analyst.
— Telemundo’s “Decision 2012” begins its coverage at 7 p.m. live from “Democracy Plaza” in New York City’s Rockefeller Center. Anchoring will be José Díaz-Balart, who will be joined by political analysts Jorge Castañeda, Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, María Echaveste and Adolfo Franco. The network said thousands of people will gather around an interactive electoral map superimposed on the landmark’s iconic ice-skating rink. The results will then be projected against the facades of surrounding buildings.
Miami Herald Staff contributed to this report.