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Friday, January 10, 2014

This Sunday's Programming 1/12/14

SUNDAY, January 12, 2014


Topic:   In His First Network Television Interview Since Last September, O’Malley Will Discuss
His Stand on Increasing Minimum Wage, "Economic Mobility”, and Stricter Gun Control Policies.  
Guest:  Gov. Martin O’Malley (D-MD)

Topic:  NSA Surveillance, Iraq, and Edward Snowden
Guest:  Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)

Topic:   Politics
Guest:  Mo Elleithee, director, DNC Communications
Guest:  Sean Spicer, director, RNC Communications
Guest:  Karen Tumulty, national political correspondent, The Washington Post
Anchor: Candy Crowley

FAREED ZAKARIA GPS – Airs 10:00AM – 11:00AM and 1:00PM – 2:00PM  
Topics:  Iraq: the Second Deadliest Nation in the World
Guest:  Richard Haass, PhD, president, Council on Foreign Relations
Guest:  Meghan O’Sullivan, former deputy National Security Advisor on Iraq and Afghanistan 
Guest:  Rashid Khalidi, the Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies at Columbia University
Guest:  Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst; director, national security program, New America Foundation

Topic:   How to Live Longer
Guest:  David Agus, MD, author of A Short Guide to a Long Life (January 2014)
Topic:   Are America’s Best Days Behind it – Or Ahead?
Guest:  Josef Joffe, author of The Myth of America’s Decline (December 2013)

Anchor: Fareed Zakaria


Topic:   Author Gabriel Sherman Discusses His Discoveries While Writing His New Book, The
Loudest Voice in the Room (2014), Which Profiles Fox News Chief, Roger Ailes.
Guest:  Gabriel Sherman, author, The Loudest Voice in the Room (2014)

Topic:   Authors Jeffery Berry and Sarah Sobieraj Discuss The Outrage Industry: Political Opinion Media and the New Incivility (2013), Which Examines the Audience to Whom Partisan TV Pundits and Executives Try to Appeal to.
Guest:  Jeffery Berry, author, The Outrage Industry: Political Opinion Media and the New
Incivility (2013)
Guest:  Sarah Sobieraj, author, The Outrage Industry: Political Opinion Media and the New
Incivility (2013)

Topic:   Chris Christie’s Relationship with the Media, and the Press’s Lack of Coverage on Gov. Chris Christie’s Scandal Closing Lanes on the GW Bridge.
Guest:  Michael Crowley, senior correspondent, deputy Washington bureau chief, TIME Magazine

Topic:   The Situation and Overall Difficulties Faced By Reporters in Egypt.
Guest:  Sherif Mansour, human rights activist, Committee to Protect Journalists

Topic:   AP Photo of a Homeless Person in a Story on Cold Weather Led a Family to Identify
Their Missing Son
Guest:  Jacquelyn Martin, photographer, Associated Press

Anchor:  Brian Stelter

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Anonymous said...

CNN could probably win in prime time if Oprah Winfrey was brought in but I highly doubt that would ever happen. Otherwise, with time, what I believe could be a winning CNN prime time is if it involved perhaps Christiane Amanpour, Anderson Cooper of course, maybe Fareed Zakaria, or maybe even Robin Meade? Just some thoughts. Perhaps even if CNN Films became a regular part of prime time, it should definitely incorporate live news updates during commercial breaks. If nothing happens to work out for CNN domestic, it is perhaps best to have CNN International replace it presumably by late 2015 or early 2016 in time for the big election year. Of course many familiar domestic faces would move to the international channel. I for one would actually love to see this happen.

Anonymous said...

Totally agree that Christiane Amanpour could definitely help out with primetime ratings. Love the idea.