The network evening newscasts are preparing to cover the one-year anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which happened a year ago today.
Anne Thompson will report for “NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams” tonight, focusing on the environmental impact of the disaster. Thompson spent 80 days in the Gulf region last year. Williams himself anchored his program from Louisiana on Monday night.
Elsewhere: NBC News is planning a livechat with Thompson at 1:30 Pm ET, while the three network morning shows covered the anniversary this morning:
On CBS, Erica Hill spoke to survivors of the explosion:
On “Today,” Matt Lauer spoke to Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal:
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