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[Canada] Manitoba provincial election 2019

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Tonight is the Manitoba provincial election, and CTV, CBC, and Global have pre-empted network programming to broadcast live election results coverage. Citytv Winnipeg has stuck with regular programming for the night. Here are some screenshots from tonight's coverage. CTV's graphics have been tweaked with their current logo type, otherwise it's the same as other election broadcasts on the CTV network. Global Winnipeg appears to have a new set of election graphics (first one in the network to use it, and will most likely be used for the Federal election in a month's time), and they are also utilizing an L-frame ticker, similar to the ones seen on their regional morning newscasts. CBC's has been tweaked, and was used for the CBC's Alberta provincial election results show.



CTV Winnipeg - https://winnipeg.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=68596

CBC Winnipeg - https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/manitoba-2019-election-results-1.5276856

Global Winnipeg (on Globalnews.ca/Winnipeg and Youtube below)







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