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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Continuing Libya Coverage on CNN

CNN is going into co-production with Suzanne Malveaux and Michael Holmes anchoring together regarding Libya breaking news.

To follow CNN reporters in Libya:
Sara Sidner (@sarasidnercnn)
Matthew Chance (@mchancecnn)
Arwa Damon (@arwacnn)
Fred Pleitgen (@fpleitgencnn)

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Anonymous said...

Sara is so brave. Technology is giving us real
time as the events unfold. Unbelievable video
from the compound. Please stay safe.CNN has
been outstanding all morning long. Is Tripoli
now free from the tyrant ? Where is he hiding ?
CNN has some remarkable journalists who work
their butts off.

Anonymous said...

According to TV BY THE NUMBERS, CNN was
# 1 in the demo in prime time on Sunday.

We will be watching to see the ratings for
Monday. CNN got it right with 360 last night.
2 live hours of 360 was great.It is likely that
the ratings will jump big time for CNN given
the coverage so far today. This is riveting tv.