CNN-IBN to host ‘Race for Whitehouse’ show on US Prez Elections

(ONS) – A special show called ‘Race for White House’ will be telecasted on  CNN-IBN to keep the viewers up to speed with the latest from the 57th US Presidential elections scheduled to be held on November 6. The Hindi version of the same show ‘White House Ki Race’ will be telecasted on IBN-7.The three-day programming promises to cover each and every aspect of the world’s most anticipated election.

The first episode on November 6 will profile the presidential candidates – the incumbent Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney. The LIVE show will present early voting and trends, and Electoral College composition with the help of experts in studio. The show will also educate the viewers on how an American President is elected.

The second episode on November 7 will bring its viewers coverage from Washington, D.C. It will feature the election results and reactions from prominent Indian-Americans and the rest of the world. The LIVE show will also have experts in studio to discuss the outcome.

Ashutosh, Managing Editor, IBN7 said, “The challenge lies in providing accurate and precise election information in a manner that’s interesting and also complete. We have drawn up a comprehensive programming strategy to provide sharp and crisp news to our audience for the upcoming election in United States.”

Rajdeep Sardesai, Editor-in-Chief, CNN-IBN, IBN7 and IBN-Lokmat, said, “CNN-IBN has been preferred choice for every election. Through Race for White House, we aim to provide the most comprehensive and credible coverage of the US Presidential Election.”

The shows on IBN7 will be telecasted on 6th November, 2012, Tuesday @ 8PM and 7th November, 2012, Wednesday @ 8AM.

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