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Friday, April 4, 2014

Sunday Morning Programs 4/6/14

SUNDAY, April 6, 2014

INSIDE POLITICS – Sunday 8:30AM – 9:00AM

Topics: Did Obama Get His Mojo Back?; The Democrat Playbook for 2014: Obamacare, Economic Numbers & the Ryan Budget; The 2016 Field: Has Christie Turned the Page, Hillary Clinton 2016 Hints & That High- Five
Guest: Ryan Lizza, CNN political analyst; Washington correspondent, The New Yorker
Guest:  Amy Walter, national editor, Cook Political Report
Guest:  Jonathan Martin, senior political reporter, The New York Times
Guest:  Nia-Malika Henderson, political reporter, The Washington Post

Anchor: John King


Topics: ACA; Paul Ryan’s Budget; The Double Standard for Women in Politics
Guest:  Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)

Topics: Senate Panel’s Indictment of the CIA’s Post-9/11 Tactics; NSA Reform Bill
Guest:  Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), chairman, House Intelligence Committee
Guest:  Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD), ranking member, House Intelligence Committee

Topics: Fort Hood Shooting; Mental Health in the Military
Guest:  Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI)
Guest:  Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA)

Topic:   Time is Running Out on Missing Malaysia Flight 370
Guest:  Kitty Higgins, former NTSB board member
Guest:  Nick Sabatini, former associate administrator aviation safety, FAA

*** 12:00 PM SHOW ***

Topic:   Missing Malaysia Flight 370: What Comes Next
Guest:  Ken Christensen, satellite expert; aviation consultant; president, Integrated Aviation Solutions
Guest:  Karlene Petit, international airline pilot

Topics: ACA; the Political Implications of Paul Ryan’s Budget; Minimum Wage
Guest:  Penny Lee, former director, Democratic Governors Association
Guest:  Ross Douthat, CNN political commentator; columnist, The New York Times
Guest:  Corey Dade, blogger at The Take, The Root; NPR contributor

Anchor: Candy Crowley

FAREED ZAKARIA GPS – Airs LIVE 10:00AM – 11:00AM and 1:00PM – 2:00PM ON CNN/U.S. and 3:00PM – 4:00PM on CNN INTERNATIONAL

Topic:   The High Tech Predators Set to Ruining the Equity Markets
Guest:  Michael Lewis, author, Flash Boys (2014), The Blind Side (2006), Moneyball (2003); financial journalist; former investment banker

Topics: Afghanistan, Israel, and Ukraine
Guest:  Peter Beinart, senior columnist,; contributing editor, The Atlantic/National Journal
Guest:  Carlotta Gall, North Africa correspondent, The New York Times
Guest:  Richard Haass, PhD, president, Council on Foreign Relations; former Director of Policy Planning for the U.S. State Department of State (George W. Bush Administration)
Guest:  Bret Stephens, Global View columnist, The Wall Street Journal

Anchor: Fareed Zakaria


Topics: ABC’s Good Morning America Cast Member Josh Elliott Defected to Arch Rival NBC; GMA Announces the Addition of Michael Strahan to its Morning Lineup; the Late Show’s David Letterman Says It’s Time to Retire 
Guest:  Deborah Norville, former anchor, “The Today Show”; host, “Inside Edition”

Topic:   Obamacare Can Be the Source of All That’s Evil in the World, or the Savior of Mankind – Depending on which Partisan Network You’re Watching. 
Guest:  Marc Lamont Hill, CNN political analyst; BET news correspondent; host, HUFFPOST LIVE; co-CEO, Elite Voices
Guest:  Ben Ferguson, CNN political commentator

Topic:   Hillary Clinton’s Comments on the Media’s “Double Standard” for Women
Guest:  Maggie Haberman, CNN political analyst; senior political reporter, POLITICO

Topic:   Flight 370: Miles O’Brien Says It’s One of the Most Extraordinary Stories He’s Covered- Where the Story Started, and Where It Is Going
Guest:  Miles O’Brien, CNN aviation analyst

Topic:   Flight 370: CNN’s Carol Costello’s Heartfelt Opinion Piece about Reporters Having to Reach Out to People Close to Victims of Tragedies in the News
Guest:  Carol Costello, CNN anchor, “CNN Newsroom”

Anchor: Brian Stelter

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Anonymous said...

I see that CNN has hired a digital correspondent from Bloomberg. Digital newrooms are becoming vital. AJAM just picked up a Shorty award for best Twitter news feed. I have noticed that when media writers talk about cable news they only mention CNN, MSNBC & FNC. NBC NEWS is covering the herion crisis, AJAM did an entire week on the subject about 2 months ago. Also, AJAM did not ignore climate change and other important stories largely ignored by cable.

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to watching Tapper's week at 9pm. I think he would do well in primetime.

Anonymous said...

Jake Tapper does not do well in primetime.
CNN do a women's show or else you will
continue to fall behind FOX & MSNBC at 9.
Why do you think FOX went with Megan
Kelly ? Hannity was losing ground to TRMS.
Try someone like Aisha Tyler. SHe is very
smart when discussing news events and
interesting stories.She could be the female
Jon Stewart for CNN. She actually did once
do that type of show on Comedy Central.

It really should be no surprise that the big
networks watch Al Jazeera for news stories.
That used to be CNN when the network was
about rock solid journalism.

Anonymous said...

We can only hope that CNN has decided to finally ditch Crossfire. Wolf Blitzer is dong much better. Content matters and endless ideological food fights will just not bring in viewers for CNN. Do some news.
According to the latest Cable Network Ranker CNN ws behind MSNBC in primetime. OF course Anderson was off last week. When AC is on CNN gets better demos.
Right now they have Al Jazeera at 18,000 viewers for primetime. I'm not sure that cable news watchers flip channels anymore. They are entrenched so that means Al Jazeera has to build it's own audience. It's likely a 3-5 year project.

Anonymous said...

AJAM was the 1st to report the breaking news on the the mass school stabbing this morning. TVN is wrong it was not FNC. CNN will pivot to this story. 360 will likely get a ratings bump. Breaking news does nothing for MSNBC these days. On second thought CNN will give just as much time to the Malaysia jet story.

Anonymous said...

IMHO, AJAM should do an extended sports highlights show with the social media of The Stream. Sports is widely discussed on social media. Put it on at !0 AM instead of doing a repeat of Consider This. John Henry Smith and Ross Shimabuku would be great with a couple of other people from their social media team. They can look forward to the games and sports stories for the day and recap at midnight for 30 mins.
Consider This is fine a 10 PM in prime time but a repeat the next day is outdated. AJAM has yet to make itself an alternative to the others. Same thing goes for Inside Story. Repeats of The Steam and Tech Know work because they are not dated. Personally, I am leaning towards AJAM these days. For me the others are a turnoff. AJAM has all of the right elements but the network needs to learn how to work it. I noticed that ABC NEWS was finally covering the crisis in C.A.R. With that much content, it's a simple motto for AJAM. We know you all have lives so we want waste your time. You will get you all caught up on the news and stories you may not know about. We bring the world to you.

Anonymous said...

According to TVN, CNN is going with shows from Lisa Ling, Mike Rowe & John Walsh along with Parts Unknown and Inside Man at 9. At 10 it's rotating anchors at 10 PM. John Walsh is a bad idea. No such luck with CNN canceling Crossfire.

It's also been announced that Stephen Colbert as the successor to David Letterman. At least late night TV realizes it is time for a change.

eg said...

Yeah, I was disappointed CNN stayed with Crossfire and Outfront. The rotating anchor show CNN Tonight will be interesting. Not sure I like that taped programs are at the prime 9pm hour but at least they are getting back to live news at 10pm.