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Cablers Throw out Royal Wedding Playbook to Cover Deadly Southern Storms - Posted April 28, 2011
The plan was that much of today's cable news coverage would be from London, ahead of tomorrow's Royal Wedding. That changed as the damage reports came in and the death toll rose from last night's string of Southern storms. FNC has devoted a majority of airtime today to the devastation in the... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Cablers Throw out Royal Wedding Playbook to Cover Deadly Southern Storms - Posted April 28, 2011
The plan was that much of today's cable news coverage would be from London, ahead of tomorrow's Royal Wedding. That changed as the damage reports came in and the death toll rose from last night's string of Southern storms. FNC has devoted a majority of airtime today to the devastation in the... [FishbowlNY]

Cablers Throw out Royal Wedding Playbook to Cover Deadly Southern Storms - Posted April 28, 2011
The plan was that much of today's cable news coverage would be from London, ahead of tomorrow's Royal Wedding. That changed as the damage reports came in and the death toll rose from last night's string of Southern storms. FNC has devoted a majority of airtime today to the devastation in the... [TVNewser]

CNN Brings Props to the Chilean Miner Rescue Party - Posted October 13, 2010
If cable news channels are experts at anything, it is killing time. There are always guests willing to come on and talk about whatever the story of the moment is, and sometimes props too. Remember the chunk of pipe that made the evening news rounds during the Gulf oil disaster? Yesterday CNN,... [TVNewser]

CNN Sends 11 Correspondents to Port-au-Prince - Posted January 13, 2010
How many correspondents does it take to cover an earthquake? CNN's answer: 11. On the ground in Port-au-Prince, Haiti: Anderson Cooper, CNN (arrived 10:05 am ET) Ivan Watson, ... [FishbowlDC]

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