Tomorrow evening, President Barack Obama will deliver his first address from the Oval Office since the start of his presidency and will discuss the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and his latest trip to the region. TVNewser has learned that ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC will be carrying the brief address. We anticipate CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox News, FBN, and MSNBC will deliver full coverage as well.
And don’t worry, everyone. The new two-hour “Hells Kitchen” will be slid back.
More: PBS will also carry the address with Judy Woodruff anchoring. CNN will have Wolf Blitzer, John King, and Candy Crowley with Anderson Cooper in the Gulf Coast. CNBC will air a special report at 8pmET anchored by John Harwood. Neil Cavuto hosting for FBN. Bloomberg will air an edition of “Charlie Rose” with Al Hunt and ABC’s Jake Tapper at 7pmET and Carol Massar will host live coverage at 8pmET. Terry Moran will anchor ABC’s “Nightline” from D.C. with George Stephanopoulos contributing.
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