Tonight's Election Coverage (Now with 3D Holography!)

Election returns may set TV viewing records tonight, assuming there's some "suspense." [AP]
What's been on cable news channels all day? Mindless talk and speculation, for the most part. [TV Decoder]
It's possible the networks will call the election before the polls close. [THR]
Some of the high-tech wizardry in store tonight: CNN plans to feature 3D "holographic images" of the network's remote correspondents in its New York studio. [WSJ]
More trouble for tabloid kingpin David Pecker: John Miller, AMI's chief operating officer, has resigned. [NYP]

MSNBC star Rachel Maddow tops Out magazine's new Out100 list. [Out]
George Kliavkoff has stepped down as head of NBC Digital. [SAI]
Tech mogul Kevin Ryan is expecting his companies to generate $50 million in revenue this year. [NYO]
Just so it's clear, the Times is not selling About.com. [AllThingsD]
Tom Friedman sat next to Angelina Jolie a couple of years ago and had no idea who she was. [NYO]
Fox & Friends have trouble telling black men apart, apparently. [HuffPo]