I read with great interest this "Insider Account of How Fox Called Ohio on Election Night."
The details of the "behind the scenes" squabbling and the optics of such a call being made by Fox news are fascinating, but one quote stood out to me:
"According to a Fox insider, Rove had been in contact with the Romney people all night. After the Ohio call, Rove -- whose super-PAC had spent as much as $300 million on the election, to little avail -- took their complaints public, conducting an on-air primer on Ohio's electoral math in disputing the call."
As I understand it, Super-PACs, through various legal requirements, are forbidden from coordinating with campaigns. We all know that, from a practical standpoint, this is almost unenforceable because it is extremely difficult to prove coordination.
If we have a direct account of Mr. Rove (presumably in his role as a Super PAC coordinator) staying in contact with the Romney campaign and taking those complaints onto a national network on their behalf, that would seem to be pretty direct proof of coordination.