MSNBC has changed up its schedule tonight due to Pres. Obama’s news conference: (all times ET)
8pm – Obama News Conference
9pm – “Rachel Maddow Show” (LIVE)
10pm – “Hardball” (LIVE)
11pm – “Ed Show” (LIVE)
As for CNN, they sent a release about their programming:
CNN political anchor Wolf Blitzer will lead the network’s live, special coverage of the Presidential News Conference at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 22. Blitzer will lead discussion with members of the Best Political Team on Television and introduce the President shortly before he takes the podium. Black in America 2: Tomorrow’s Leaders debuts from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., followed by a special 11 p.m. edition of AC360 focused on both major events of the evening, Black in America 2 and the presidential news conference.
And Fox News:
FOX News Channel (FNC) will provide live coverage of President Barack Obama’s Press Conference beginning at 7:55PM ET on Wednesday July 22nd. Bret Baier will host FOX News Channel’s coverage of President Obama’s Press conference with panelists Charles Krauthammer, Steve Hayes, and Juan Williams. The O’Reilly Factor follows live at 9pmET and Hannity live at 10pmET.
Fox Business will also carry with Neil Cavuto anchoring.
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