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Friday, August 26, 2011

Hurricane Irene Special Coverage

CNN reporters deployed for Hurricane Irene:

Aaron Brodie New York, NY @aabrodie
Susan Candiotti Smith Point, NY @susancandiotti
Jason Carroll Point Pleasant, NY @jasoncarrollcnn
Jacqui Jeras CNN Weather Center @JacquiJeras
Athena Jones Annapolis, MD @AthenaCNN
Rob Marciano New York @robmaricanoCNN
David Mattingly Kill Devil Hills, NC
Jeanne Meserve Ocean City, MD @JMeserveCNN
Chad Myers CNN Weather Center @chadmyersCNN
Rafael Romo Kill Devil Hills, NC @RafaelRomoCNN
Mary Snow New York, NY @MarySnowCNN
Jim Spellman Nassau, Bahamas @jimspellmanCNN
Gary Tuchman Boston, MA @GaryTuchmanCNN
Chris Welch Ocean City, MD @cwelchCNN
Reynolds Wolf Kill Devil Hills, NC @ReynoldsWolfCNN
John Zarrella Atlantic Beach, NC @CNNzarrella

Programming Schedule:
Saturday, August 26
6a.m. to 12p.m CNN Newsroom with T.J. Holmes
12p.m. to 5p.m. CNN Newsroom with Fredricka Whitfield
5p.m. to 8p.m. Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer Hurricane Special
8p.m. to 12a.m. CNN Newsroom with Kyra Phillips and Martin Savidge

Sunday, August 28
5a.m. to 9a.m. CNN Newsroom with T.J. Holmes
9a.m. to 10a.m. State of the Union with Candy Crowley
10a.m. to 12p.m. CNN Newsroom with T.J. Holmes
12p.m. to 1p.m. State of the Union with Candy Crowley (Live)
1p.m. to 6p.m. CNN Newsroom with Fredricka Whitfield
6p.m. to 12 a.m. CNN Newsroom with Randi Kaye and Martin Savidge

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Tarek said...

Watching Joe Johns anchoring Sit Room right now is painful.

Anonymous said...

CNN will likely get a bump in the ratings. Last
night CNN averaged 1,014,000/313,000 in PT
according to TV BY THE NUMBERS.

At 8, 360 was 1,010,000/304,000. Averaging
to 839,000/272 for the week.It seems that 360
will have big ratings tonight. On Monday we will
find out how big the numbers will be. We are
thinking 360 will average more than 1 million
viewers at 8 for the week. Easily a solid 2nd.
We are waiting for the final numbers for today
before running all of the numbers. Tonight is
going to be big. Look for huge numbers this
weekend as well.

10 PM 360 had 955,000/343,000 on Thursday.
That gives us an average of 888,000/294,000
for the week; excluding tonight.

We would be stunned if CNN did not air 2 live
hours of 360 tonight. Hurricane Irene is the big
news story until the end of the month.CNN has
to be live until midnight on this Friday.

We hope that everything turns out okay. Do
what is best for you and your families. Same
things goes for all of those CNN crews. Irene
is going to be one mean hurricane.

Anonymous said...

When it comes to 'event' news and breaking news is what CNN does best and who the world turns to first! Will be glued all weekend to that channel it looks like.