Who Has the Worst Technology Gimmicks in Their Election Night Coverage?

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Cable news is typically a spewing valve of yelling heads in strategically fair and balanced suits screaming franken-words that sound intelligent but really only exist to make your blood curdle and/or ooze out of your ears. A lot of people hate that. I don't because they're all freaking hilarious when it comes to using technology. Seriously, it's pure comedic gold and half the reason I watch. And the best night to see really smart people struggle with really ridiculous technology is Election Night. Which is, um, right now.

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So if you see any network talking head get a little out of his or her element with touchscreens and holograms, let us know below. If you see any ridiculous or goofy uses of technology, drop a holler or an image or a gif. We might all see politics differently but we can all laugh at people who follow politics for a living together. United. We. Stand.

Let's get crazy.

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The BBC have very comprehensive coverage with expert panels and touch screens, and a virtual studio for graphs and shit, but in true BBC style everything seems to be working.