The Wall Street Journal, which has been expanding live programming from its Manhattan newsroom with a twice-daily live show called The News Hub, will provide six hours of news and commentary on Tuesday evening, as returns for the mid-term election are reported.
Hosting the program is senior editors Alan Murray, Gerald Seib and Gerard Baker. Video reports from around the country will be filed by Video Skype, IM and other means. Here is the company's press release.
Earlier this year, we sat down with Alan Murray for an overview on video and the opportunities around streaming live. We have republished that interview today.
Update: 11.2 In a first, The New York Times will stream election coverage from its newsroom. See our story just published.