Midterms: CNN Pipeline’s Plans

By Brian 

CNN Pipeline will be live all night on Nov. 7, “until the balance of power in the U.S. House and Senate is decided,” the net says. (It usually starts simulcasting CNNI at 8pm, but CNNI is airing CNN/U.S. election coverage on Tuesday night.)

Veronica De La Cruz, Nicole Lapin and Richard Lui will anchor election coverage. CNN correspondents and analysts will contribute. And Glenn Beck will comment on the election from his radio studio.

Pipeline will also carry reports from the “CNN E-lection Nite Blog Party” in DC. More…