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Jonathan Mann will host a CNN International election special.
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(CNN) -- CNN International will provide global audiences with non-stop live international coverage and perspective of the 2004 U.S. election.

The network's election coverage kicks off as polls begin to close Tuesday at 2200 GMT with a two-hour election special anchored in Atlanta by CNN International's Richard Quest and Jonathan Mann.

The program show will feature global reaction and viewpoints from CNN correspondents in bureaus around the world, in addition to up-to-the-minute analysis from senior political analyst Bill Schneider.

Coverage then moves to take advantage of CNN U.S.'s uniquely positioned team of anchors, correspondents and analysts.

Wolf Blitzer leads a team including senior White House correspondent John King and senior political correspondent Candy Crowley reporting live from the Bush-Cheney headquarters in Washington, D.C. and the Kerry-Edwards headquarters in Boston respectively.

Meanwhile, Aaron Brown and Larry King report from New York's Times Square in front of the state-of-the-art, 96-screen Nasdaq video wall, presenting real-time vote information, exit polls and analysis of key state races across the country.

CNN International in Atlanta, Hong Kong and London resumes the ongoing coverage from 0700 GMT on Wednesday.

Richard Quest, Ralitsa Vassileva, Jim Clancy and Zain Verjee are among the team providing up-to-the-minute results and analysis in two election specials, while continuing to gauge reaction from CNN correspondents around the world.

"This election is being as closely watched outside the U.S. as it is inside because of the huge foreign policy issues at stake", said Rena Golden, senior vice president of CNN International.

"The expertise of our global network of correspondents, analysts and anchors, our emphasis on providing both the U.S. and international perspective as the race to the White House comes to a climax, ensures that our viewers will be delivered the complete picture of this election," she added.

Election coverage continues as Tumi Magkabo and Michael Holmes anchor a special edition of "Your World Today" at 1600 GMT, before "Insight" at 2300 GMT brings its usual blend of in-depth perspective and analysis as the wide implications of the election result are put into context for an international audience.

In addition to the extensive on air coverage, CNN.com International will provide up-to-the-minute reports, live video streams, photo galleries and countdown clocks for polls in each state and exit polls throughout the day. There will also be international reaction after the results are announced.


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