Friday, January 30, 2004
After their embarrassing mistakes on Election Night 2000, the big three news networks swore that they'd be extra careful - and responsible - when reporting election returns in the future. This week in New Hampshire, they had their first opportunity to demonstrate their mended ways. One of their cardinal rules is not to call the election until after the polls are closed. But Andrew Tyndall, who monitors newscasts for the Tyndall Report, tells Bob how attentive viewers can discern the results as early as half past six.