United States Midterm Election
Nov. 6, 2018
Nov. 6, 2018
Voters will decide which Democrats and Republicans will have control of the Senate for the next four years on 6 November.
AP is planning to bring you a range of services tailored to your needs.
AP is planning to provide live positions for this event.
Single-camera 'street live' position outside AP's Washington Bureau on 13th Street.
Multi-camera studio with a variety of backgrounds.
Single-camera chromakey studios with live backdrops of either the White House or the U.S. Capitol.
Single-camera positions from the Rose Garden, East Room and White House Briefing Room available upon request.
Single-camera ‘street live’ weather-protected position on the White House North lawn (AP can assist you with U.S. Secret Service clearance).
Single-camera ‘street live’ position at the U.S. Capitol, Senate side.
Single-camera 'street live' position in House Triangle at the U.S. Capitol, Cannon side.
Single-camera ‘street live’ position at the US Capitol (Russell Park).
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 and dual-camera studio with various backgrounds, including live feeds of downtown Manhattan, Times Square and NYSE.
Single-camera balcony position at the AP Bureau New York overlooking the Manhattan skyline and World Trade Center.
Multi-camera studio with a variety of background and includes master control.
Single and dual-camera Chromakey studio, with a variety of backdrops of Los Angeles.