CBS News recently announced its political lineup for the 2010 midterm elections. In the Washington bureau, Rob Hendin and Jill Jackson have been named senior political producers. Those promotions were announced via “Washington Unplugged” last week (below).
Additionally, Chief Political Consultant Marc Ambinder and Political Analyst and Contributor John Dickerson will join a group led by CBS Evening News Anchor and Managing Editor Katie Couric that includes Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer, Senior Political Correspondent Jeff Greenfield and Correspondents Wyatt Andrews, Sharyl Attkisson, Jan Crawford, Nancy Cordes, Byron Pitts, Chip Reid, Dean Reynolds and Political Analyst Dan Bartlett.
Political Reporters Brian Montopoli, Kevin Hechtkopf and Stephanie Condon will lead up Web-only coverage while National Correspondent Dan Raviv will anchor CBS Radio’s coverage of the results, joined by White House Correspondents Peter Maer and Mark Knoller, and Capitol Hill Correspondent Bob Fuss.
The team’s reports and political analysis will be featured across all CBS News broadcasts and platforms on the run-up to election night 2010 on Nov. 2, including CBS Evening News, The Early Show, Face the Nation, CBS Radio News and CBSNews.com.
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