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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Tonight's Special Programming

AC 360° and Piers Morgan Tonight to follow the Presidential Address
On Thursday, Sept. 8, CNN will broadcast special coverage of President Obama’s address to a joint session of Congress with coverage beginning at 5 p.m. with a special edition of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer. The President’s address on job creation is scheduled to air at 7 p.m. CNN lead political anchor Wolf Blitzer, along with chief national correspondent John King from Capitol Hill, will anchor the network’s coverage. CNN International will simulcast the President’s speech.

AC 360° at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. and Piers Morgan Tonight will follow at 9 p.m. and will feature special coverage and analysis of the presidential address. CNN will replay the president’s address at 11 p.m. will live stream the address in the new CNN video experience and the address will be available live on the CNN Apps for iPhone, iPad and Android. will feature in-depth reporting and The Political Ticker will incorporate live blogging during the speech.
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Anonymous said...

We don't want his speech on CNN International.

Anonymous said...

CNN is officially in tea party mode. Skipping
the network for a couple of weeks.It seems
that CNN is already touting tea party rhetoric.
So much for independent news at CNN.

Anonymous said...

CNN needs to understand that their payed
pundits are not experts. They are partisans.
CNN has the worst political team on television.

Anonymous said...

Tonight 360 had someone on from the WSJ to
talk about the President's jobs speech. Anderson
failed to mention that the WSJ has endorsed the
Jon Huntsman plan. Meaning CNN stacks the
deck and will not invite economists who have
not endorsed any politicians but can take a look
at the economics. Does CNN expect for us to
believe that no economics professors were
available. CNN has dumbed down everything to
a point were you get nothing out of it but the
same tired old rhetoric form the same players
for the last decade. It is a joke to just have
panels and laziness that is all to common at
CNN these days.360 was pathetic .

Anonymous said...

Oh I forgot Anderson Cooper also tried to
blame Obama for the job losses that occurred
during the recession . He failed to say that
the stimulus came in 2011. Not in 2008 when
the recession actually happened.CNN is too
selective with facts.

Anonymous said...

I watched the speech on NBC and the
Packers/Saints game afterwards. I've
got the feeling millions of others did
the same thing. CNN's debate will be
clobbered by football. Unbelievable,
Erin Burnett is now with CNN and no
economists I'm sure she has then on
her smartphone she uses in the ad.

CNN has very little time to get it's act
together. Recently on Bloomberg, I saw
someone say that Twitter is a broadcast
network.If CNN is not careful, they will
make themselves irrelevant. There is a
huge disconnect.I think President Obama
said it best last night, people don't care
about politics when it comes to jobs.No
one talks like CNN does on any topic.

CNN is too silly and dumb. I'm no longer
the loyal CNN viewer I once was. The web
has smarter,faster, better content and is
in real time and I can avoid crap that
spreads ignorance and lies.