CNN will be keeping its usual primetime lineup on tonight to cover Sandy, and will be live until the worst of the storm passes, whenever that may be. Anchors Anderson Cooper and Erin Burnett will be reporting in the field tonight across primetime. CNN International will be simulcasting CNN/U.S. from 11AM-2PM and again starting at 4 PM.
The list of correspondents in the field for CNN is after the jump.
Update: HLN is blowing up its primetime lineup to provide hurricane coverage. Those details are also after the jump.
HLN primetime and overnight plans:
8p -10p Nancy Grace (All hurricane coverage)
10p -12a Special hurricane breaking news show – Hosted by Jane Velez-Mitchell
12a – 5a Breaking news overnight show – Host TBD
5a Morning Express begins an hour early
CNN correspondents and anchors covering Sandy:
Chad Myers @chadmyerscnn
Rob Marciano @robmarcianocnn
Anderson Cooper @andersoncooper
Soledad O’Brien @soledad_obrien
Erin Burnett @erinburnett
Sanjay Gupta @sanjayguptacnn
Ali Velshi @alivelshi
Carol Costello @carolcnn
John Berman @johnsberman
Ashleigh Banfield @cnnashleigh
Michael Holmes @holmescnn
Ryan Smith @ryansmithtv
Bob Van Dillen @bobvandillen
Alison Kosik @alisonkosik
Jason Carroll @jasoncarrollcnn
Deb Feyerick @debfeyerickcnn
Brian Todd @briantoddcnn
Gary Tuchman @garytuchmancnn
Chris Lawrence @clawrencecnn
Athena Jones @athenacnn
Sandra Endo @sandraendocnn
George Howell @gkhcnn
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