Saturday, August 27, 2011

CNN's Hurricane Coverage Plans

UPDATED 9:30 EST - additional anchors added to planned weekend schedule.

CNN Domestic released their plans for Hurricane Irene coverage this weekend. This post updates should the need warrant.

CNN Press Release: Hurricane Irene is projected to reach Category 4 status as it makes its way to the East Coast. Four states (Virginia, New Jersey, North Carolina and Maryland) have declared states of emergency as they brace for Irene.

CNN reporters deployed for Hurricane Irene:

Aaron Brodie - New York, NY
Susan Candiotti - Smith Point, NY
Jason Carroll - Point Pleasant, NY
Poppy Harlow - New York, NY
General Russel Honoré - Atlanta studio
Sarah Hoye - Philadelphia, PA
Jacqui Jeras - CNN Weather Center
Athena Jones - Annapolis, MD
Chris Lawrence - Chesapeake Beach, MD
Rob Marciano - New York
David Mattingly - Kill Devil Hills, NC
Jeanne Meserve - Ocean City, MD
Chad Myers - CNN Weather Center
Rafael Romo - Kill Devil Hills, NC
Mary Snow - New York, NY
Jim Spellman - Nassau, Bahamas
Brian Todd - Wilmington, NC
Gary Tuchman - Boston, MA
Chris Welch - Ocean City, MD
Reynolds Wolf - Kill Devil Hills, NC
John Zarrella - Atlantic Beach, NC

Programming Schedule:

Saturday, August 26

6am to 12pm - CNN Newsroom with T.J. Holmes
12pm to 5pm - CNN Newsroom with Fredricka Whitfield
5pm to 8pm - Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer Hurricane Special
8pm to 12am - CNN Newsroom with Kyra Phillips and Martin Savidge

Sunday, August 28

5am to 9am - CNN Newsroom with T.J. Holmes and Suzanne Malveaux
9am to 10am - State of the Union with Candy Crowley
10am to 12pm - CNN Newsroom with T.J. Holmes and Suzanne Malveaux
12pm to 1pm - State of the Union with Candy Crowley (Live)
1pm to 6pm - CNN Newsroom with Fredricka Whitfield and Brooke Baldwin
6pm to 12am - CNN Newsroom with Randi Kaye and Martin Savidge is also covering the latest developments on Hurricane Irene and the evacuation efforts. CNN is live-blogging on their breaking news blog, This Just In and is providing users with state-by-state updates. Users can also follow’s interactive hurricane tracker and view photos of the storm moving towards the East coast.

CNN iReport has also launched Open Story: Hurricane Irene to provide a timeline of reports from CNN journalists and iReporters about the hurricane and evacuation efforts.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Never near,
100% inside solid buildings

10:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Staying Shelter:Until far away

1:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nature eliminates vague-man.

1:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

While, we mourn for them.

10:12 PM  

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