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Sept 11th Anniversary Broadcast Network Plans

Here are the broadcast network news plans to commemorate the anniversary of September 11th:

abcnews120.jpg This morning, “Good Morning America” will have reports from Martha Raddatz and Brian Ross focusing on terrorism and security. At 8:30amET, “GMA” will broadcast coverage of the Ground Zero ceremonies and, at 9:30amET, Diane Sawyer and Robin Roberts will anchor coverage of the president’s remarks at the pentagon. On “World News,” Jim Sciutto will have special reports on NYPD’s counter-terrorism unit. During “Nightline,” Bob Woodruff will interview author Jon Krakauer about his upcoming Pat Tillman book.
cbsnews120.jpg For CBS, “The Early Show” will be covering the morning anniversary services and have a live report from Ground Zero. During “Evening News,” Katie Couric will explore some remaining questions from the tragedy.
nbc120.jpg To start, Ron Allen will be live for “Today” at Ground Zero to deliver reports. NBC “Nightly News” will have a special “Making a Difference” segment on national service along with their coverage of the day’s news.

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