All three of the major broadcast networks are planning special reports covering President Obama’s 11 AM news conference.
As usual, the cable news channels will also be covering the conference.
With Egypt still fresh on people’s minds, and a budget proposed yesterday, there will be plenty to talk about.
NBC will have David Gregory anchoring .
CBS will have Katie Couric anchoring from New York.
Updates, after the jump.
As usual, the first question went to the AP< with question two going to Reuters.
The first TV news reporter to get a question was CBS’ Chip Reid, who was third.
Question four went to NBC’s Chuck Todd.
Bloomberg News asked question five, followed by American Urban Radio.
Fox News get question nine.
The NY Times got question 10.
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