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Times Now, Mirror Now partner with CBS News for US Election 2020

Times Now will broadcast live feed from CBS News’s Election Night coverage from Times Square.

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NEW DELHI: Times Network's news channels Times Now and Mirror Now have announced a special programming line-up in partnership with leading American news network CBS News for the 59th US Presidential Election.

Election news headquarters, Times Now, on 4 November 2020, 5:30 am onwards, will broadcast the live feed from CBS News’s Election Night coverage from Times Square. Times Now will showcase real-time data and video feeds from around the country and present an in-depth analysis of the voting process to keep viewers abreast with developments. The broadcast will begin with results from the first six states – Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, South Carolina, Vermont and Virginia.

With its campaign titled, ‘US ELECTONS 2020’, Mirror Now has planned a curated line-up of programs on November 4, 5:00 AM onwards, highlighting the key developments and ground realities with an exclusive live feed from CBS News. Mirror Now’s extensive reportage will decode the US elections for the Indian viewers and discuss its impact on India through special panel discussions during prime time and non-primetime hours, featuring international political experts, journalists, diplomats and foreign policy experts. 

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