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Saturday, August 28, 2010

Tuesday August 31, 2010

CNN Plans Special Coverage of President’s Prime Time Oval Office Address on Iraq

CNN anchors Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper will lead live, global coverage of President Barack Obama’s address on Iraq at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, August 31. Anchors Candy Crowley, John King and Fareed Zakaria will join other members of the Best Political Team on Television to discuss and analyze the political and national security implications of the president’s speech and his decision for Iraq. In addition, CNN correspondents will be part of the conversation from around the world, including Ed Henry from the White House, Arwa Damon and Chris Lawrence from Iraq, and chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta from Pakistan.

Special coverage begins on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer at 5 p.m., midnight in Iraq which is the exact time when the United States combat mission there is scheduled to officially end. John King, USA at 7 p.m. will have a preview show with top guests on the issue; Larry King Live and Anderson Cooper 360º will have in-depth analysis following the 8 p.m. address. will live stream Pres. Obama’s address at and on the CNN App for the iPhone and iPod touch, featuring coverage from CNN’s correspondents in Iraq. will also have opinion pieces, picture galleries showcasing Iraq in the past, present and future and up to the minute updates on the Political Ticker. CNN iReport, the network's user-generated news community, is asking users to weigh-in on how Iraq has impacted their lives by following this link.

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Anonymous said...

Nice to see Fareed Zakaria will be there.
Now if CNN would add Peter Bergen and
drop the pundits.

Anonymous said...

Well, this spells dooms day for CNN.
Just like them to make a political analysis out of every word Obama utters, what he says, how he says it, when will it ever end?
Predictability in mass, terrible ratings.