Bloomberg, CNBC, and Fox Business have started to release their early plans for covering the G-20 summit that will bring together leaders from 19 of the world’s largest economies (plus the EU) next week. Festivities start next Thursday in the unrelentingly majesty of Pittsburgh, PA.
|Bloomberg anchor Peter Cook and reporter Hans Nichols will be in Pittsburgh reporting live on Thursday and Friday.|
|On CNBC, John Harwood will report live during “Business Day” programming. “Squawk Box” will be hosted by Carl Quintanilla live on Thursday and Friday from Alcoa headquarters in Pittsburgh and World Bank President Robert Zoellick and Canadian PM Stephen Harper are set to appear.|
|Senior Washington Correspondent Peter Barnes will be reporting live in Pittsburgh from the David L. Lawrence Convention Center on Thursday and Friday.|
It’s still early in the planning process, so TVNewser will update/revisit these as the forum approaches and more information is solidified.
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