With so much at stake in the Super Tuesday primaries this year CBS Radio News, for the first time, will offer its affiliates continuous coverage of the latest news and results on 2/5, beginning at 8:00 PM, ET, through midnight.
CBS National News Correspondent Dan Raviv will anchor the program from campaign HQ in NYC and will be joined by reporters at all the major candidates’ HQs. cbsnews.com will simulcast.
CBS Radio News will also supply short-form special reports four times an hour: at :20, :31, :50 and :00 on Tuesday starting at 7:20 PM, through 12:50 AM and the following morning at 5:20 AM through 11:50 AM. Additionally, affiliates will receive unanchored feeds of the candidates’ concession and victory speeches, as well as the opportunity to avail themselves of one-on-one interviews with correspondents and political experts that can be integrated into their own local programming. Extra newsfeeds containing election elements will also be provided on Super Tuesday at 10:35 PM and 11:35 PM.
Affiliates may use any of the CBS-supplied content on their websites or HD channels as well as on their broadcasts.