Here are the broadcast network news plans to commemorate the anniversary of September 11th:
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|
TVNewser will update with more information as we receive it. Cable news plans are here.
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