How about an actual television post, for old times' sakes?
KOAA is touting that they'll do their 10 p.m. commercial-free tonight to stay on top of the election results. I think that's perfectly reasonable, although I'd imagine most of the races will be decided well before then - certainly the presidential race and probably most of the statewide races. They'll look smart if decisive results for something big come in right at 10 p.m.
Personally, I don't have a problem with stations running commercials while they continue to scroll results across the bottom. Then again, I've got a pretty big TV, so that may be part of it.
Where are the rest of you turning for your election TV? I'm working tonight, so I'll be lucky to catch a few minutes of "The Daily Show's" "live" coverage while I flip between the locals and the cable nets.
UPDATE: KKTV is going commercial-free, too. On further reflection, I think this is less of a stunt than I was thinking before - I mean, not everyone is as big a politics geek as me. Probably plenty of people are putting their kids to bed and watching the news at 10 like they do every other day.