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How to watch US Election Night 2020 in the UK

What British channels, radio stations and other platforms are presenting coverage as the results come in?

Published on November 2, 2020

TV Monitor

As America goes to the polls, it'll soon be time for the all important results. But you don't need to be in the US to watch all the coverage - in the UK there are lots of ways to follow everything that's going on and find the latest results, analysis, insights and reactions.

TV

CNN - Election Night in America - Virgin Channel 607 / Sky Channel 878 or 506 - Coverage starts at 9pm GMT, November 3

BBC One - US Elections - Freeview Channel 1 / Freesat Channel 1 / Virgin Channel 101 / Sky Channel 101 - Coverage starts at 11:30pm GMT, November 3

ITV - Trump vs Biden: The Results - Freeview Channel 3 / Freesat Channel 3 / Virgin Channel 103 / Sky Channel 103 - Coverage starts at 11pm GMT, November 3

Sky News - America Decides - Freeview Channel 233 / Freesat Channel 202 / Virgin Channel 603 / Sky Channel 501 - Coverage starts at 10pm GMT, November 3

Bloomberg - US Election Coverage - Freesat Channel 208 / Virgin Channel 609 / Sky Channel 502 - Coverage starts at Midnight

CNBC - Your Money, Your Vote - Freesat Channel 208 / Virgin Channel 613 / Sky Channel 505 - Coverage starts at 2am GMT, November 4

Radio

BBC Radio 4 - America Decides - 92-95 FM, 103-105 FM, DAB and online - Coverage starts at 10pm GMT, November 3

LBC Radio - America Decides - 97.3 FM (in London area), DAB and online - Coverage starts at 10pm GMT, November 3

News Radio UK - DAB and online - Coverage starts at 11pm GMT, November 3

BBC Radio 5 Live - America Decides - 909/693 MW, DAB and online - Coverage starts at Midnight

Online

Most of the major US networks will also be streaming the debate via their apps and online platforms. If you're in the UK, CNN is free to view without a log in from edition.cnn.com/specials/live-cnni-uk.

Several networks are scheduled to stream the debate on YouTube, including ABC News, NBC News, and CBS News.

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