03/06/2012 08:13 pm ET Updated Jun 03, 2013

Politico Expands Live Video Programming with CSPAN Hook-up

WASHINGTON  -- Politico, the fast-growing Web site for U.S. politics, which has been expanding its live Web programming, is expanding its footprint on cable with its programming being carried by CSPAN for the first time, tonight (3.6) for Super Tuesday coverage.

This afternoon in Politico's newsroom, we spoke with executive editor Jim VandeHei about the live show and how he values the the on-camera contributions of Politico's staffers.  He says "authenticity" is essential Some 17 staffers will take place in the Webcast.

Politico's live programming is done in a sophisticated broadcast format on the set of its parent company's WJLA-TV, the ABC affiliate in Washington.

The Journal and The Times and Super Tuesday

Super Tuesday results are also being streamed in video programming from the Wall Street Journal.  Over at The New York Times, live and produced video reports are being streamed Tuesday night.

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