Welcome to the Newark Parliamentary By-Election 2014
From here you will be able to access the webcast of the Newark Parliamentary By-Election on Thursday 5 June, 2014.
We will be broadcasting the election count live from 10pm and the announcement of the results which is expected in the early hours of Friday morning.
You will be able to see what is happening on the count floor as well as keeping in touch with the latest news and interviews during the evening.
If you wish to keep in touch with the latest news and interviews during the event there is a BBC By-Election Special starting at 11.30pm on BBC1.
You can join in the evening’s events via our social media accounts.
What is a Webcast?
A webcast is a transmission of audio and video over the internet. Video cameras at our by-election capture the live information and send it, via our provider public-i to anyone that would like to view the event.
Through the use of your Internet connection (either broadband or via a dial-up modem) and Adobe's Flash player you can view the event live from the comfort of your own home.
Should you miss anything important, or would like to view a section of the by-election count again, then you can view the archive of the webcast.
We have decided to webcast the count of the Newark by-election as we believe the event will be of wide public interest.
You can submit comments and feedback about the webcast using the feedback form provided at the bottom of each webcast page.