On the one-year anniversary of the EF-5 tornado that tore through Joplin, HLN’s “Morning Express with Robin Meade” was live this morning from Missouri to report on the town’s progress. Meade was joined by Clark Howard, who reunited with a couple he met last year and took a tour of their recently reconstructed home. WATCH:
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HLN is launching a new late afternoon/early evening program called “Evening Express.” As the name suggests, the format is based on the channel’s successful morning program, “Morning Express with Robin Meade.”
The show will originate from Atlanta and will air from 5-7 PM, beginning Monday, June 4. Ryan Smith will host the show, joined by Clark Howard and Ishe Sesay, who joins HLN from sister network CNN. Angie Massie will serve as EP.
From 5-6 PM HLN currently airs “HLN Special Report,” and “Prime News” from 6-7 PM. Those shows will no longer air, but HLN says there won’t be any staff reductions, as staff will either work on “Evening Express,” or move to another show. Host Vinnie Politan will continue to anchor during In Session, and we hear he will be getting a new daytime show soon as well.
More, after the jump.
In honor of Veterans Day, TVNewser would like to take a moment to recognize the following TV news anchors, reporters, and technicians who’ve served in the U.S. armed forces. We apologize for those missing, of which there are likely many, but here is a brief list:
- Bob Schieffer, “Face the Nation” host
U.S. Air Force
- Oliver North, Fox News “War Stories” host
U.S. Marine Corps, retired Lieutenant Colonel
- Chris Lawrence, CNN Pentagon correspondent
U.S. Navy Reserve
- Russel L. Honoré, CNN Preparedness Contributor
U.S. Army, Retired Lieutenant General
- Steve Kroft, “60 Minutes” correspondent
U.S. Army, and worked for Stars and Stripes in Vietnam
- Charlie Gibson, ABC “World News” Anchor
U.S. Coast Guard
- Don Teague, CBS News Correspondent
U.S. Army, trained at Fort Hood
- Andy Rooney, “60 Minutes” personality
U.S. Army, and wrote for Stars and Stripes in WWII
- Greg Kelly, “Good Day New York” host, former FNC host/correspondent
U.S. Marine Corps, (and currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves)
- Jack H. Jacobs, MSNBC military analyst
U.S. Army, former Colonel Medal of Honor recipient
- Clark Howard, HLN Host
U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War, Captain in the Georgia State Defense Force.
- Ray Bribiesca, “60 Minutes” cameraman
U.S. Marine Corps
- Andrew Soto, “60 Minutes” editor
- Joe Murania, “60 Minutes” editor
- Sam Donaldson, ABC News reporter/anchor
U.S. Army, rising to the rank of Captain, USAR
- David Martin, CBS News correspondent
U.S. Navy, Officer for 3 years aboard a destroyer in Pearl Harbor during Vietnam
- Herb Schwartz, Pat Gillen, and Mike Pelech of CBS News
Howard said the cancer was detected early. “There was no shock, no fear,” he said. “This isn’t what’s going to kill me. It’s probably going to be something like driving down 285 will kill me.”
An HLN spokesperson tells TVNewser: “Our first concern is for Clark’s welfare, and we support him and his family as they deal with this personal matter. We do not expect there to be any change to his HLN television schedule at this time.”
Howard’s HLN show launched on January 3.
Headline News is adding a new weekend program beginning January 3, featuring syndicated radio show host and money coach Clark Howard. The program will feature “the best calls from Howard’s daily national radio program.”
The show will run in back-to-back half-hour installments at 6am, Noon and 4pmET on Saturday and Sunday.
Howard will provide reports on Headline News leading up to the show’s launch.
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