Friday, March 11, 2011

CNN's Japan Earthquake Coverage For Saturday

CNN Domestic and CNN International will this weekend simulcast rolling coverage of the aftermath of this morning's major earthquake in Japan. The lineup for Saturday, as advised by CNN, is below. All times US eastern.


6am - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster – anchors: Andrew Stevens & Randi Kaye
7am - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster – anchors: Andrew Stevens & Randi Kaye
8am - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster – anchors: Andrew Stevens & Randi Kaye
9am - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster -- anchors: Becky Anderson & Randi Kaye
10am - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster -- anchors: Becky Anderson & Randi Kaye
11am - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster – anchors: Becky Anderson & Fredricka Whitfield
12pm - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster – anchors: John Vause & Fredricka Whitfield
1pm - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster – anchors: John Vause & Fredricka Whitfield
2pm - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster – anchors: John Vause & Fredricka Whitfield
3pm - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster – anchors: John Vause & Fredricka Whitfield
4pm - CNN NewsRoom – Fredrikca Whitfield [sic] anchors
5pm - CNN NewsRoom -- Don Lemon anchors
6pm - Quake Tsunami Disaster – Situation Room Special – Wolf Blitzer anchors
7pm - Quake Tsunami Disaster – Situation Room Special – Wolf Blitzer anchors
8pm - Quake Tsunami Disaster – Situation Room Special – Wolf Blitzer anchors
9pm - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster – anchors: Don Lemon & John Vause
10pm - Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster – anchors: Don Lemon & John Vause

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2am (Daylight Savings Time)

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you very much,Everyone's Efforts. We appreciate Dedications. Now, we can Challenge Continuation!

12:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Awesome Nature

12:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great Saturday will belong to the journos at
CNN. I am really disappointed that CNN thinks
it is appropriate for Eliot Spitzer and Piers
Morgan to be anchoring CNN's coverage. It
defies logic to have pundits doing breaking
news at 8 and a fired tabloid guy on after
that.CNN better realize they are in a fight and
each time FNC and MSBBC see these two doing
breaking news on CNN they know it is a sign
that CNN is irrelevant.

7:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like that CNN is joining the troops from
CNN domestic & CNN I. That should be
the norm for a global news story like the
quake/tsunami in Japan. If you have to go
live for 24,48 or longer you will always
have fresh people.

3:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish CNN would have news after 11pm everyday. I mean, really, if they actually see the tweets and blogs and everywhere in the world.. people are complaining. No one likes reruns.

CNN could step up, and set an example for everyone. They could use their global resources to provide news and non-rerun programming all day like the rest of the world. There is a demand for news after 11pm.

Poor people in Iraq gets live news after 11pm but we don't? Everywhere in the world, everywhere else excluding North Korea, people get LIVE 24/7 news. Only third party.. small, independent cable providers have the sense to bring international news to their channel.

For example, I have WOW! Cable provider. THey have 22 empty channels on basic cable. It's a slap to my face.

3:31 AM  

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