Wednesday evening, President Obama will address the joint session of congress at 8pmET. On Friday, we reported that ABC, NBC, and CBS would be carrying the address and the subsequent GOP response (FOX broadcasting would not). Now, we’ve got full evening plans for the three cable news networks:
|Wolf Blitzer, Campbell Brown, and John King will lead CNN coverage of the address and response as well as the post-address analysis with the BPTOTV. “Larry King” and “AC360″ (with Anderson Cooper reporting from Afghanistan) will follow.|
|Bret Baier will lead FNC coverage starting at 7:55pmET with analysis from Brit Hume, Stephen Hayes, and A.B. Stoddard and reports from WH correspondent Major Garrett and political correspondent Carl Cameron. At 9pmET, Bill O’Reilly will host “The Factor” live and special live broadcasts of “Hannity” and “On The Record” will follow at 10pmET and 11pmET.|
|Keith Olbermann will anchor MSNBC coverage at 8pmET and then host a live “Countdown” at 9pmET. “Rachel Maddow” will be live at 10pmET and a live “Ed Show” will be on at 11pmET.|
|Neil Cavuto will anchor Fox Business Network coverage from D.C. and host a post-address roundtable with former Speaker Dennis Hastert, Gov. Ed Rendell, and former H&HS Secretary Michael Leavitt (among others). Cavuto will be hosting a special edition of “Cavuto” from 6pmET until the address.|
|CNBC will have a special edition of “Kudlow Report” at 7pmET. At 9pmET, there will be a special “CNBC Reports” with Dennis Kneale, Larry Kudlow, Steve Liesman and John Harwood.|
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