Talk Business & Politics, KATV team up for Election Night coverage

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KATV Ch. 7 and Talk Business & Politics team up again for prime Election Night coverage on Tuesday, March 1.

The two media groups will live-stream and broadcast Election Night coverage beginning right before 7:30 p.m. ahead of the polls closing through the 10 p.m. newscast on Tuesday night.

Viewers can watch the live-stream on or or on KATV’s digital 7.3 channel, which can be viewed on Comcast Ch. 208, Suddenlink Ch. 722, Conway Corp. Ch. 176, Resort Cable Ch. 227, PB Cable 227 or check with your local provider for KATV Channel 7.3.

“There is no doubt how important the results of the Super Tuesday primary are to Arkansans. This primary will play a key role in shaping the platforms of the major candidates for the November election. KATV will once again be there for our viewers on all platforms. No one will be giving Arkansans quicker results on air, on line and through our mobile app. When you want the results and what they mean to you, turn to KATV this Tuesday night,” said KATV news director Nick Genty.

TB&P’s Roby Brock will host a roundtable of analysts including Rex Nelson, Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Dustin McDaniel.

Nelson is a former political editor for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and is the Political Animals Club president in central Arkansas. Sanders is the former campaign manager for her father Mike Huckabee’s presidential campaign and is currently a senior advisor to the Trump for President campaign. McDaniel is the former Arkansas Attorney General.

KATV’s Scott Inman and Janelle Lilley will also provide analysis and up-to-the-minute election results. The team of KATV reporters will be stationed across Central Arkansas providing reactions from candidates and their parties.

“As we did in 2014, we expect to dominate Election Night coverage for Arkansans. Our stellar line-up of team coverage and expert analysis can’t be matched, and I encourage everyone to tune in for one of the most exciting night’s of the year for Arkansas politics,” said Brock, host of Talk Business & Politics.


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