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Spin Alley in full swing after debate

Hundreds of correspondents, camera operators and producers jammed into Spin Alley in Longwood University’s Media Center following the Vice Presidential Debate in Farmville on Tuesday night.

Reporters conducted one-on-one interviews, but also ended up in groups as representatives and others speaking on behalf of the candidates talked about how they believed their candidate fared. These spokespeople used placards similar to those used at party conventions to indicate who they were.

MARTIN L. CAHN | HERALD Vladimir Duthiers and Reena Ninan, anchors for CBS' live streaming news service, CBSN, prepare to join the network's web channel's coverage following the Vice Presidential Debate in Farmville.

MARTIN L. CAHN | HERALD
Vladimir Duthiers and Reena Ninan, anchors for CBS’ live streaming news service, CBSN, prepare to join the network’s web channel’s coverage following the Vice Presidential Debate in Farmville.

As of 11 p.m., the networks were still waiting to see if Democratic Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine or Republican Indiana Gov. Mike Pence would come to the Media Center from the Debate Hall.