MTSU Election Coverage

Nov 6, 2012

Do you want fresh, unbiased, no-pundits-allowed live coverage of the 2012 election? You have two new choices on Election Day: MT10-HD and There's also a special election-night party in the new Student Union Building’s ballrooms.

It all starts at 4 p.m. today, when the Center for Innovation in Media’s election viewing party, co-sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts, Student Programming and Activities, the University Honors College and the American Democracy Project, gets under way in ballrooms A and B (rooms 250A and 250B). MTSU students and faculty will be able to eat for free while watching the election unfold on big-screen televisions.

Beginning at 5 p.m., MT10 will be reporting live from a special set in the SUB ballroom, part of a three-hour broadcast that will be anchored in the Center for Innovation’s Studio 2. Learn more about today's election events at