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Monday, September 7, 2009

Abawi, Bergen, Ware on Afghanistan

Atia Abawi was on yesterday with a look at General Stanley McChrystal and Ambassador Karl Eikenberry touring sites in Eastern Afghanistan to check on the progress in hearts-and-mind-winning projects there:

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Peter Bergen (in Kabul) spoke with Erica Hill Friday about the NATO airstrike on Friday that killed scores of civilians:

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Michael Ware was on The Situation Room this afternoon and discussed the election situation (still a mess) and the devolving situation with the Kabul-Kandahar roadway, which had been such a success for the American mission:

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Nic Robertson reported from Tripoli about the possible deal between Libya and Great Britain to release the Lockerbie bomber:

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Phil Black had a recorded report about corruption in the Iraqi government:

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On Friday's BackStory clip for NewsRoom, Michael Holmes showcases the work Sara Sidner did in order to get an interview with the Dalai Lama:

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Where in the World...?

I missed last week's WITW because I was moving, but I tried to fill in the blanks by looking through the transcripts for the days I was not able to record the programming...

MONDAY 8/24: Phil Black was in Penteli, Greece; Dr. Sanjay Gupta was in Dublin; Richard Quest was in New York City. Suzanne Malveaux was in for Wolf Blitzer; Lisa Sylvester was in for Lou Dobbs.

TUESDAY 8/25: Ed Henry was in Santa Barbara, California (but phoned in to discuss Ted Kennedy's death); John King was in Oklahoma City. Suzanne was in for Wolf; Lisa was in for Lou. At 1:20amET Domestic took the International feed to cover Ted Kennedy's death; John Roberts went on the air at 2:12amET; Kiran Chetry was on at 3:53amET.

WEDNESDAY 8/26: John King was in Boston; Christiane Amanpour was in Washington. Wolf was on with Heidi Collins. Lisa was in for Lou. The HBO documentary "Teddy: In His Own Words" aired from 7-9pmET.

THURSDAY 8/27: Anderson Cooper was in New Orleans. Lisa was in for Lou.

FRIDAY 8/28: Rob Marciano was in Mystic, Connecticut; Cal Perry was in Islamabad. Carol Costello was in for Kiran; Wolf and Anderson were both in New York City.

SATURDAY 8/29: coverage pre-empted for Ted Kennedy funeral.

SUNDAY 8/30 (per transcripts): Phil Black was in London. Brianna Keilar was in for Don Lemon at 6 & 7pmET, Don was on at 10pmET.

MONDAY 8/31 (per transcripts): Suzanne was in for Wolf; Lisa in for Lou.

TUESDAY 9/1 (per transcripts): Suzanne was in for Wolf; Lisa in for Lou.

WEDNESDAY 9/2: Sean Callebs was in Brunswick, Georgia; Rob was in Sunland, California; Reynolds Wolf was in Lake View Terrace, California; Betty Nguyen was in Cabo San Lucas; Ali Velshi was in Chicago; Cal Perry was in Baghdad; Michael Ware was in an unspecified location in southern Afghanistan. Suzanne was in for Wolf; John Roberts was in for Campbell Brown.

THURSDAY 9/3: Betty was in Constitucion, Mexico; Ali was in Madison, Wisconsin. Fredricka Whitfield was in for Heidi; Suzanne was in for Wolf; Lisa was in for Lou; John Roberts was in for Campbell. AC360 went to two hours to cover the Michael Jackson funeral.

FRIDAY 9/4: Rob was in Auburn, California; Nic Robertson was in Tripoli (above); Peter Bergen was in Kabul. Fredricka was in for Heidi; Suzanne was in for Wolf; Lisa was in for Lou; Rick Sanchez was in for Campbell; Erica Hill was in for Anderson (who was en route to Afghanistan).

SATURDAY 9/5: Brooke Baldwin was in for Betty; Richard Liu was in for Don.

SUNDAY 9/6: John King broadcast State of the Union from the Minnesota State Fair in St. Paul. Brooke was in for Betty; Richard was in for Don.

*phew!* Well, that was a whole lot of moving around! Hopefully this week will be somewhat quieter. Don't forget AC360 is in Afghanistan all week, with Anderson Cooper, Michael Ware, Sanjay Gupta, and Peter Bergen all reporting on the situation on the ground there.


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6 comments:

Mavis said...

Thanks Cyn, for posting the Peter clip from Friday. I don't know how I missed it!

Anonymous said...

CNN just does not get it. There is an item
on TV Newser that says CNN is thinking
about another show of left vs right.How
dumb can you be. In the era of You Tube,
Facebook and other social media where
you can submit your own video ,news and
even set up your own broadband channel
who cares about opinion?Doe anyhone
in the building live in the 21st century.
The ratings are already not too good for
State of the Union and even TSR numbers
are taking a hit.It just defies logic and
explains why they are trailing MSNBC.

Anonymous said...

@anon 12:32PM - where are you getting your ratings numbers for State of the Union? I've never seen them posted anyway. I've wondered whether it did as well as the old Reliable Sources/ Late Edition combo.

Anonymous said...

I really like the sarcasm on Fishbowl.
Really breaking the mold CNN.Start
the when will Klein be fired pool. I
say before the year is out.

Anonymous said...

Morning Joe said it best this morning. The left
vs right stuff is really getting silly and it is time
for it to end. Because it just does not make any
sense.I am wondering if this means Lou Dobbs
is history.

Anonymous said...

You're kidding right. Just as people on cable
news are saying it is time to ignore the wngnuts
CNN wants them to have a show.