US Presidential Election Day
Nov. 3, 2020
Multiple Locations, USA
Nov. 1, 2020 to Nov. 4, 2020
The next United States presidential election is set for 3 November 2020.
For your election night coverage, The Associated Press will provide comprehensive broadcast facilities in key locations around the country.The winning candidate is then scheduled to be inaugurated in January 2021.
Single-camera live stand-up positions at Donald Trump's campaign election night venue (exact location TBC).
Single-camera live stand-up positions at Joe Biden's campaign election night venue (exact location TBC).
AP is planning to provide live stand-up positions in a selection of swing states.
Single-camera ‘street live’ weather-protected position on the White House North lawn (AP can assist you with U.S. Secret Service clearance).
Single and multi-camera weather-protected rooftop positions with live views of the White House.
Single-camera robotic studios with multiple background options of Washington's views.
Multi-camera studio with a variety of backgrounds.
Single-camera balcony position at the AP Bureau New York overlooking the Manhattan skyline and World Trade Center.
Single-camera position inside AP's New York Newsroom, also includes master control, and numerous video monitors. Broadcasters can customize with logos of their station.
Single-camera studio with various backgrounds, including live feeds of downtown Manhattan, Times Square and NYSE.
Multi-camera studio with a variety of backgrounds and master control access.
Single and dual-camera Chromakey studio, with a variety of backdrops of Los Angeles.
Single-camera rooftop position with live views of Downtown Los Angeles, including the Westin Bonaventure Hotel, equipped with fiber to AP’s Los Angeles bureau.