Read this article to find out how to live stream the election results online.

Many television networks will be live streaming coverage throughout Tuesday afternoon and evening . ABC News Digital, for instance, will have an election pre-show starting at noon and will also have continuous coverage from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. ABC News' Dan Harris and Amy Walter along with Yahoo's Olivier Knox will anchor the coverage, which you can find here. The live stream will include reports from all around the country along with social media updates courtesy of ABC's Katie Couric.

The live stream, which can also be viewed via the ABC News iPad App, will feature three video feeds at once, surveys from GoPollGo, a calendar updating the latest events to come on Tuesday night, and a social media feed courtesy of Storify.

NBC, meanwhile, will live stream its election coverage of Obama-Romney here, or you can download the NBC Politics app to your iPhone or iPad. It will also include Twitter updates and voting stories from all around the country.

CBS viewers can live stream the network's coverage here at CBSNews.com. The stream will feature interactive maps and exit poll data and also include results of state referendums.

FOX News will have a live stream on its website starting at 8 p.m. ET. It will be anchored by Jonathan Hunt and Harris Faulkner and include social media updates from Jenna Lee.

Other cable news channels will also include live streams online. CNN's coverage of "America Votes" can be found here, while C-SPAN will have live election night coverage here starting at 8 p.m. ET.

For those who prefer their election results in Spanish, Fox News Latino will have a live stream of its own at 9 p.m. ET. It will be hosted by Rich Sanchez and include comments from various Hispanic leaders. Univision will also have Spanish coverage on its website and on its Noticias Univision app.

Several news organizations will also be hosting live coverage on UStream. UPI will include panel discussion and reports from Obama's campaign headquarters, which you can watch here. Both the Washington Post and the Chicago Tribune will post video from inside their newsrooms. Wall Street Journal Live will also feature interviews with Rudy Giuliani and Karl Rove, among others.