How To Watch Election Coverage Without Cable

If you have been a long time cable subscriber, CNN, Fox News and CNN may well have been the go-to for election night coverage over the years. But if you have dropped Pay-TV you this is one of those times you might feel left out. The good news is that you don’t have to be. One for the first 24-7 streaming services in the new era will be covering the election tonight with special coverage starting at 5pm. CBSN, powered by CBS will be streaming live on multiple platforms to allow users to check out the results as they pour in from across 6 states.

CBSN is available in multiple ways. Smart TV users and streaming device owners should be able to find the feed either in stand-alone apps via their respective app stores or via service aggregators like Pluto TV or XUMO.

On top of CBSN there are a number of other free news feeds which will be covering the election throughout the night including Bloomberg News including ABC News Live and NBC News Now.

Roku users can even find the streams of numerous news sources via the Roku Channel.

Stay informed on the news with streaming.