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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Inside Politics with John King Premiers 2/2/14

Inside Politics, anchored by chief national correspondent John King, is scheduled to premiere Sunday, Feb. 2 at 8:30 a.m., ET. The 30-minute weekend program will feature a rotating group of America’s top political reporters who will provide an insider’s look into the key stories of the week.
“As we look ahead to the 2014 and 2016 campaigns, John is the ideal reporter to dissect the important political stories as Americans begin to think about their next president,” said Sam Feist, CNN senior vice president and Washington bureau chief.  “John and his panel’s observations will give viewers a candid peek behind the week’s political headlines.”
“I’m honored to be part of bringing Inside Politics back to CNN, with a focus on ahead-of-the-curve political reporting,” said King.  “It’s a fascinating time in American politics, in Washington and across the country, and we have a remarkable group of journalists committed to sharing their reporting and their insights each week.”
John King, CNN chief national correspondent, is an award-winning journalist whose career spans more than three decades. Currently, King plays an instrumental role in the network’s daily political reporting and breaking news coverage across CNN’s programs and platforms. King previously anchored John King, U.S.A., State of the Union with John King, served as the network’s lead campaign reporter during the 2008 and 2012 election seasons, and moderated three presidential debates during the Republican primary season of 2012.  Using the “Magic Wall”, he visually connects the dots in politics by illustrating data for viewers in an understandable way.  King joined CNN in 1997 and became chief national correspondent in 2005.

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Anonymous said...

Wow. That was fast. The show will air this weekend.
Now how about canceling Crossfire.

Anonymous said...

I would rather watch this than Crossfire. Burnett hasnt improved King's ratings from when he had John King USA so why not bring this back dayside?

Anonymous said...

A few weeks ago, there was talk of a half hour program called The Source with John King in the works. Good idea to change it considering his source mishap from the time of the Boston bombings. Looking forward to seeing the return of Inside Politics. I'd like to see Late Edition return as well in place of State of the Union.

And I agree. Cancel Crossfire now.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of John King, where has Dana Bash been hiding?
First they were a couple in love, and now it seems they can't stand the sight of one another.
It was probably competition that broke them apart, but this is just subjective guessing on my part.

Anonymous said...

Finally saw Dana Bash on 360 talking about Christie's fate, and it isn't good.
His whole staff is going to try to save themselves and lawyer up and eventually there will be a leak, even if everyone takes the fifth.
NJ's Star Ledger, Northern NJ's top political paper is asking for his resignation. This is a good sign.
Even if no paper chain is established, Christie will be unable to govern because of media access. He's doing exactly what Nixon did, covering up the cover up.
The odd thing is, HE was a federal prosecutor. You would have thought he'd know better, but yes, power corrupts absolutely.