3-5p.m. John Vause and Brooke Baldwin
5-7p.m. Kristi Lou Stout and Wolf Blitzer
7-8p.m. Kristi Lou Stout and John King
CNN-US primetime will be live throughout the evening:
8:00 pm In the Arena
9:00 pm Piers Morgan Tonight
10:00 pm Anderson Cooper 360
CNN's Tokyo-based correspondent Kyung Lah (@KyungLahCNN) has been covering this story since it broke in the 1aET hour. CNN's Seoul-based correspondent Paula Hancocks (@phancocksCNN) has also joined Lah in Japan. Both teams are currently en route to Sendai, Japan, which is located near the quake's epicenter.
Additional CNN correspondents heading to Japan to cover this developing story include:
• CNN Hong Kong anchor Anna Coren
• CNN's national correspondent Gary Tuchman
• CNN's Atlanta-based correspondent Martin Savidge
• CNN en Español's Fernando del Rincon
• CNN anchor and special correspondent Soledad O'Brien
• CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta
• CNN radio correspondent Steve Kastenbaum
CNN International started broadcasting breaking news at 1am ET live from Tokyo and Atlanta.
CNN started simulcasting CNN International at 1.12am ET when the extent of the earthquake became known.