AFN offering live election coverage on TV, radio
President Barack Obama speaks during his State of the Union address Jan. 24, 2012. Mitt Romney speaks at a voter summit Oct. 8, 2011.
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STUTTGART, Germany — American Forces Network will air seven hours of live election coverage, beginning Nov. 7 at midnight.
The live coverage will be broadcast on three TV channels and “Power Network” frequencies on the radio, AFN said in a news release.
AFN News will feature coverage from CNN, AFN prime Atlantic has MSNBC and AFN prime Pacific will show Fox News.
Live coverage may be extended as necessary on both radio and TV, AFN said. If coverage is extended on radio, AFN Europe’s live “Morning Newswatch” show will be pre-empted.