TVNewser has been informed that NBC, ABC, and CBS will be getting one-on-one interviews with President Obama tomorrow at the White House to discuss health care.
NBC will have Dr. Nancy Snyderman, host of MSNBC’s two-week-old “Dr. Nancy.” ABC will dispatch Dr. Timothy Johnson, ABC News’ Medical Editor. And CBS will send Dr. Jonathan LaPook, medical correspondent for the “CBS Evening News.”
The full press releases with details are posted after the jump:
Dr. Timothy Johnson, ABC News’ Medical Editor, will interview President Barack Obama at the White House on Wednesday, July 15. They sit down for a one-on-one interview as both the House and Senate consider landmark health care reform legislation, one of President Obama’s top domestic goals.
The interview will air on Wednesdayâ€™s “World News with Charles Gibson” and on Thursdayâ€™s “Good Morning America.” Additional excerpts will be featured across ABC News’ platforms.
NEW YORK-July 14, 2009-On Wednesday, July 15, Dr. Nancy Snyderman will interview President Barack Obama at the White House. The interview will focus on health care policy.
Portions of the interview will air during “Nightly News With Brian Williams,” tomorrow, Wednesday, July 15, and during “Today,” on Thursday, July 16.
The interview will air on “Dr. Nancy” (MSNBC, from noon to 1p.m. ET).
The entire interview will be available on MSNBC.com.
CBS News Medical Correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook will interview President Barack Obama on Wednesday, July 15. The discussion will include healthcare reform and its impact on doctors and patients. The interview will be broadcast on the CBS EVENING NEWS WITH KATIE COURIC on Wednesday, July 15 (6:30PM ET).
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