Election night NZ 2011: the Listener Live guide to coverage

by Toby Manhire / 25 November, 2011
Where and how to find the TV, radio, and online coverage on election night, Saturday 26 November. Please let us know in comments if anything we should add.
We'll be live blogging the evening's events here.

(Did we mention the Drinking Game? And the Sweepstake?)

But if that won't suffice, here's some other stuff:

ON THE TELLY

TV One Election 2011 Live

Mark Sainsbury, Guyon Espiner, Corin Dann and Simon Dallow present. Field reporters Peter Williams and Greg Boyed feed in with on-the-spot reports and Petra Bagust and Tamati Coffey provide the Light Relief as they join election revellers. Wendy Petrie reads the news. 7-12pm

For livestream (no geoblock) go here.

TV3 Decision 2011

John Campbell and Duncan Garner anchor the coverage with panelists Therese Arseneau, Linda Clark, Chris Trotter, Paul Henry, Rodney Hide and John Tamihere weighing in. 7-12pm

No geoblock for them, either, expats. Go here.


Maori TV Kowhiri 2011

Julian Wilcox hosts with able assistance from Sandra Lee, Ella Henry, Derek Fox, Rawiri Paritene, Ron Mark, Stacey Morrison and Mike King. 7pm-1am

Livestream is here. Don't think there's a geoblock.

TVNZ7 Backbenches special

Wallace Chapman and Damian Christie try to keep it together. 7-8pm

ON THE WIRELESS

RNZ National Election Night Special

Kathryn Ryan and Simon Mercep hold the fort. 7pm-12pm.

A livestream will be here.

RadioLive Decision 11 - The Insider's guide

Hosts: Mitch Harris, David Slack, Finlay Macdonald and Andrew Patterson with loads of special guest analysis. From 7pm

Livestream.

Newstalk ZB Decision 2011

Mike Hosking, Sean Plunkett and Barry Soper preside. From 7pm

Livestream.

BFM Election night special

With aural pie graphs, they're promising.

Livestream.

ONLINE

Scoop Data wizard Keith Ng has built a graphic to reflect results as they come in and an election map that will live update.


ListenerLive Like we said above.

Discourse Ben and Morgan are streaming live on internet TV.

Herald.co.nz Bryce Edwards and Andrew Geddis are fronting an alternative broadcast. It should appear here.

Stuff.co.nz Bound to be something.

Twitter #votenz hashtag

www.electionresults.govt.nz

Results from 7pm; by 8.30pm all advance vote results, including the Referendum on the Voting System: by 10.00pm General Election results from 50% of polling places and by 11.30pm General Election results from 100% of polling places.
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