The mainstream news media was "all in" for the Clintons right up to the last.
Here's one blogger's account of some of the coverage:
My mom-in-law was watching CBS all night, so that’s what we watched. All the pundits/anchors spoke in the hushed tones of a funeral. For two hours, the only images of campaign workers shown were the sad faces of Clinton supporters; not one image of jubilant Trump supporters was broadcast until Trump gave his acceptance speech. When one of the talking heads noted that Hillary never generated the enthusiasm of the Sanders or Trump campaigns, his comment was followed by a stony silence. That he had given voice to a self-evident truth was not welcome.
via Naked Capitalism, one of the few voices of sanity in the election season.
The Queen of Chaos was so sure she was going to win she didn't have a concession speech prepared; she gave some maudlin remarks the next day, aimed at "young women and young girls" (per the Washington Post) to let them know they, too, can eventually earn $225,000 per speech despite "setbacks." OK she didn't say that but what a role model for the young -- good riddance to that. Given how she treated young women and girls who supported Bernie Sanders, it's hard to get worked up about her and Bill "wiping away tears" after she lost. (The word "tears" appears five times in the CNN article.)
Update, November 15: After conceding, Clinton blamed James Comey's late-breaking letter for her campaign loss. Classy. It wasn't the server, it was that letter. Fortunately for us, factions within Comey's shop of horrors ultimately couldn't bear rubber stamping criminality. Hill and Bill almost got away with it. Please let this be the end of them.