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Canadian Networks To Cover U.S. Election
TORONTO — A Canadian perspective will be available to television news junkies as the election takes place south of the border Tuesday.
On the day Americans elect their new president, the CBC’s Alison Smith anchors the morning news from Washington, with Harry Forestell reporting from Missouri for the middle-America view.
A two-hour election special will air on CBC Newsworld with Don Newman anchoring, beginning at 7 p.m. ET after which Newsworld will carry a 9 p.m. ET edition of The National with Peter Mansbridge. On the main network, The National will begin at 10 p.m. ET as usual and will continue through to 3 a.m. ET with regular updates, pre-empting late-night programming.
Otherwise, extensive coverage will air throughout the evening on Newsworld with Newman at the Canadian Embassy in D.C. Henry Champ will analyse the results while David Halton will be with the George W. Bush campaign and Neil MacDonald with the John Kerry team.
Over at CTV, Lloyd Robertson will stay in Toronto to anchor the network’s live nighttime newscasts from 11 p.m. ET to 2 a.m. Alan Fryer will be at the Bush headquarters in Washington and Kathy Tomlinson at Kerry HQ in Boston while Tom Clark will report from West Palm Beach in Florida, which proved to be the key battleground in 2000. Craig Oliver will offer analysis from Ottawa. Live election results will be carried throughout the evening on Newsnet with Dan Matheson and Mike Duffy.
CTV’s main prime-time look at the election will be, curiously, in the form of comedy — a special edition of Jon Stewart’s Daily Show entitled Election Night 2004: Prelude to a Recount.
Global TV’s Kevin Newman will broadcast from Washington providing live updates twice an hour with Troy Reeb at the Bush headquarters and Mike Armstrong with Kerry. Sean Mallen will be in Ohio.
But Global is also opting to put tongue in cheek during prime time with a marathon of past Simpsons episodes that included U.S. presidential material.