If you’re still bingeing on election news, it’s now easier than ever to subject yourself to up-to-the-minute U.S. voting results on Election Day — Tuesday, November 8.

From YouTube to Twitter, here’s a list of ways to follow the election online … possibly while curled into a ball, mumbling about emails.

Editor’s Note: Google, Twitter, Facebook, and Bing can help you find a local polling place. Watch out for deceptive tweets and fake news!


BloombergMTVNBCPBSTelemundo, and the Young Turks will stream election news Tuesday night on YouTube, Google says.


Twitter will host BuzzFeed’s election results stream, after teaming up with Bloomberg for the debates. Watch it here starting at 6 p.m. Eastern (3 p.m. Pacific).


ABC NewsCNN, the New York TimesPBS, Vox, and Univision will host election streams on Facebook on Tuesday.

In addition, Facebook is organizing 15-minute Facebook Live video streams in every state on Election Day in partnership with 50 different media organizations.

News orgs

ABC NewsBloombergCBSNCNBC, CNN, C-SPAN, FiveThirtyEightFox News, the New York TimesPoliticoReuters.tvVice, Slate, and VoteCastr, and infinite other media organizations will stream and publish election results on their own sites and apps.

Google and Bing

Google and Bing will share real-time polling data inside search results as the polls close.

Streaming boxes and consoles

  • Apple TV: YouTube, Twitter, Bloomberg, CNN, CBSN, Reuters TV
  • Roku: YouTube, ABC News, Bloomberg, CNN, CBSN, Reuters TV
  • Chromecast: YouTube, or basically any website
  • Xbox: YouTube, Twitter, ABC News
  • PS4: YouTube, ABC News
  • Amazon Fire TV: YouTube, Twitter, CBSN, CNN, Bloomberg
  • Android TV: YouTube, CNN, Bloomberg

Virtual reality

You really want to watch the results in VR? Really? OK, here’s how.

Social VR company AltspaceVR and NBC are hosting a virtual “Democracy Plaza” starting at 10 p.m. Eastern (7 p.m. Pacific). The experience works for Vive, Oculus, and GearVR — and also Windows PCs, in 2D.


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Updated November 8 at 10:34 a.m. PT to include Reuters TV.