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Sunday, January 8, 2012

CNN's New Hampshire Primary Coverage

CNN in High Gear for New Hampshire Primary Coverage

As the race for the Republican presidential nomination heats up, CNN anchors Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Erin Burnett, Candy Crowley, John King and Soledad O’Brien will headline CNN’s Jan. 10 coverage of the New Hampshire primary election live from the CNN Election Center and the Granite state beginning at 7 p.m. Chief political analyst Gloria Borger, senior political analyst David Gergen, and political contributors James Carville, Ari Fleischer, Dana Loesch and Roland Martin, will offer expert analysis throughout the evening. Piers Morgan will broadcast a special edition of Piers Morgan Tonight at midnight.
Also reporting from New Hampshire will be CNN senior political analyst Ron Brownstein, along with CNN political contributors, Donna Brazile, Erick Erickson, David Frum, Mary Matalin and Hilary Rosen.
CNN correspondents on the ground in New Hampshire will be national political correspondent Jim Acosta, senior political correspondent Joe Johns, senior congressional correspondent Dana Bash, chief White House correspondent Jessica Yellin, and CNN Radio correspondents Bob Costantini and Steve Kastenbaum. CNN reporters embedded in early primary voting states over the last several months will also be in New Hampshire to play a role in coverage, including New Hampshire-based political producer Rachel Streitfeld, political reporter Shannon Travis and political producer Shawna Shepherd. Reporter-at-large Peter Hamby will look one step ahead in the primary contest, live from South Carolina.
Anchors Candy Crowley, John King, Soledad O’Brien, along with Reliable Sources host Howard Kurtz, will report and anchor their respective programs from New Hampshire in the days leading up to the New Hampshire primary. Crowley and O’Brien will remain in New Hampshire through the primary to anchor coverage from the ground the evening of Jan. 10. Through the weekend and primary day, CNN will give viewers an unfiltered look at GOP candidates by airing extensive live events from the campaign trail.

Programming on Tuesday, Jan. 10 – New Hampshire Primary Day
5 a.m. – 7 a.m. Early Start with Ashleigh Banfield and Zoraida Sambolin– live from Atlanta
7 a.m. – 9 a.m. Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien– live from N.H.
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. CNN Newsroom – live from CNN Election Center
4 p.m. – 6 p.m. The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer – live from CNN Election Center
6 p.m. – 7 p.m. John King, USA – live from CNN Election Center
7 p.m. – 12 a.m. CNN America’s Choice 2012: New Hampshire Primary – live from N.H. & CNN Election Center
12 a.m. – 1 a.m. Piers Morgan Tonight – live from CNN Election Center

Technology and Social Media (#CNNElections):
Anchor and chief national correspondent John King will utilize innovative features on CNN’s Magic Wall to explore incoming results. Anchor Erin Burnett and chief political analyst Gloria Borger will drive the dual-screen “FlickBoard” to explain how exit polls are calculated. Animated 3-D virtual voters will again be used to help explain how a primary works.
The network will aggregate social media conversations happening using the hashtag #CNNElections. Those tweets will be displayed in the lower third of the screen throughout CNN’s programming and will display user sentiments about candidates and issues in real time.
In the days leading up to the New Hampshire primary, will be the online destination for all news and analysis related to the 2012 Elections. New for the New Hampshire primary, the CNN Electoral Map will provide the most recent predictions on battleground states as updated by CNN’s political experts, and the 2012 Primary Caucus Calendar will serve as an interactive datebook where users can slide over a specific month to see when states will hold their primaries and caucuses throughout the year. Across CNN’s mobile platforms, the latest election stories and opinion pieces will be available via mobile web and the CNN apps for iPhone, iPad, Android phone and Android tablet.
On the day of the primary, will live stream the events in New Hampshire and live blog the night’s developments. As the primary results come in, users will be able to track them in real-time at the CNN Election Center. To engage and comment on election night news as it happens, users can view the CNN Politics Facebook page for political stories and photos of CNN’s favorite faces and also follow @CNNPolitics on Twitter for breaking developments all night.
CNN iReport, the network’s global participatory news community, will be asking for submissions related to the New Hampshire primary, some of which will be shown across and broadcast on CNN.

CNN en Español and CNN International:
CNN en Español will offer extensive coverage of the Jan. 10 New Hampshire primaries with correspondent Adriana Hauser reporting live from New Hampshire throughout the day. Starting at 7 p.m., the network will offer periodic updates with Washington, D.C. anchor Juan Carlos López. At 9 p.m., López will host a special edition of Directo USA from Atlanta joined by anchors Patricia Janiot and Fernando del Rincón, and a panel of political contributors Maria Cardona, Juan Hernandez and Roberto Izurieta to offer analysis of the events of the day. Gustavo Valdés will be reporting live from South Carolina throughout the day for a look ahead to the next prize in the primary race.
CNN International will simulcast the domestic network’s coverage beginning at 7 p.m.

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Anonymous said...

Week 1 in the 2012 cable news season is now
history, Not much can be gained with so little
data but we ran some numbers minus Friday.
TV NEWSER is the data source.

The 10 PM hour in cable has been the most
interesting and the most competitive for the
past couple of years. Will the saga continue in
2012 ? Too early to know for sure.

360 is averaging 601,000/224,000

TLW is averaging 794,000/166,000

OTR is averaging 1,550,000/397,000

We can conclude that 360 topped TLW in the
demo for the 1st week. TLW is not on Friday.
The ratings matter for 360 & OTR on Friday.
Those numbers will determine if Greta has
less than 400,000 in the demo. Will 360's
totals & demo go up or down ?

At 8, we all know BOR is the run away winner
for the hour and in cable news.

360 is averaging 558,000/177,000

ED is averaging 938,000/185,000

BOR is averaging 2,876,000/609,000

Will there be a split decision for 360 at 8
or does ED win in totals & the demo ? We
will find out later today.

When it comes to prime time :

CNN is averaging 779,000/273,000

MSNBC is averaging 977,000/220,000

FNC is averaging 2262,000/538,000

That is a little of a surprise that CNN is not
trailing badly in the demo and likely will be
2nd. Can CNN consistently reach 200,000
plus in the demo for the month of January ?

We are waiting until the last week of Jan 2012
to run the numbers for all shows. The LSU vs
Alabama BCS Game will likely cause the ratings
to take a hit. Not sure if there will be too much
interest in NH on Tuesday. Stay tuned.

Anonymous said...

CNN needs to stop wasting viewers time with a
completely bogus story on HRC being on the ticket
with President Obama. We all know that it is the
usual suspects touting the same old story. Does
CNN have a clue about what is a real news story ?
The lack of direction and ideas is becoming obvious
on CNN. I'm now turning off CNN. They are already
spending too much time on the NH primary Nothing
new or significant and it is the day before.