SNL Breaks Character to Urge Viewers To Vote

Only two more days and – for better or worse – this election will be over.

(And don’t you dare bring up Gore vs. Bush now, I can’t stand the idea of going through a couple more weeks of all this.)

And in an unprecedented sign of how serious things have become, Saturday Night Live broke character yesterday evening to urge viewers to go and vote. And make the right choice.

 

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Watch: America Votes – NYU Reports

Five days to go, so maybe it’s time to start planning, where you are going to watch.  Looking for an alternative to CNN? How about NYU?

I am the executive producer of NYU’s election coverage, so if you watch us, it’s basically like watching a Lady Liberty Votes election show.

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New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute is reporting the 2016 US presidential election through a live broadcast airing on Election Night!

It’s Trump vs. Clinton in an epic showdown — and we are right there to cover it minute by minute for you!

From 8:00-10:00PM (EST) NYU Journalism student reporters will monitor election results as they come in, speak to anchors located outside the Clinton and Trump victory parties, interview guests on air and follow the Senate and House races. Join us as we relive the 2016 presidential race, discussing a variety of topics including millennial voters, the use of social media, the Muslim vote, and the importance of political education.

Watch: The Election Show will be live streaming here beginning at 8:00PM (EST).

You can join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #NYUElection

Event: Free Screening: ‘I Voted?’ + Q&A with Katie Couric

Does your vote count? Or is Donald Trump right and the election will be rigged?

The answer is both surprising & disturbing. Learn how America’s voting works in this non-partisan documentary. After the screening, there will be a Q+A with Executive Producer, Katie Couric.

Friday, November 4, 7:00-9:30 pm

 

The Lounge at WeWork SoHo
173 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10013

Free, but RSVP needed