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Julianna Goldman Jumps from Bloomberg to CBS News

GoldmanJJulianna Goldman is joining CBS News as a Washington correspondent, TVNewser has learned.

Goldman, currently the White House correspondent for Bloomberg News, joins CBS in August. The Maryland native and Barnard College/Columbia University grad, has spent her entire professional career at Bloomberg, starting out in Customer Support, before moving on to the TV side as a segment producer, then Congressional reporter before joining the White House beat in 2010.

Goldman will once again be working with CBS News president David Rhodes who previously was head of U.S. TV for Bloomberg.

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‘House of Cards’ Cameos for Sean Hannity, Candy Crowley

HannityHOCBetween the Sochi Olympics and “House of Cards” … and “The Walking Dead” and “Downton Abbey” this weekend was a couch potato’s paradise.

TV news hosts are front and center in season two of “House of Cards” the Golden Globe-winning political thriller. Fox News’s Sean Hannity has a cameo in one of the episodes, taking on Frank Underwood. Here’s the clip. FishbowlDC also spotted CNN’s Candy Crowley in an episode of the Netflix series. “I am fascinated by evil people.” Crowley tells FBDC’s Patrick Tutwiler.

We were one of the few, it seems, who did not binge watch this weekend. So who else did we miss?

More: We missed Bloomberg TV’s White House correspondent Julianna Goldman, who appears in the last episode.

More, More: Also, CBS’s Major Garrett has a cameo, also in the final episode of season two.

Jeff Zucker, Al Sharpton Attend White House State Dinner

There were a handful of TVNewsers in attendance at last night’s White House State Dinner in honor of French president François Hollande: according to the official guest list, CNN president Jeff Zucker, MSNBC host Al Sharpton, Bloomberg chief White House correspondent Julianna Goldman and Stephen Colbert were there.

Goldman talked about the event on Bloomberg TV this morning, giving an account of the dinner and a rundown of the menu. “It was really all choreographed beautifully,” said said. Watch:

State of the Union Coverage Plans: Cable Networks

obama state of the union 2 Here’s what the cable news networks have planned for President Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday night.

Fox News: Bret Baier will take over from Bill O’Reilly at 8:55pmET. Baier will be joined by chief White House correspondent Ed Henry, chief Congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel and Shannon Bream, who will report on Bing Pulse results throughout the night. Baier will anchor until 11pmET, at which point Megyn Kelly will take over with a live edition of “The Kelly File.”

CNN: Chris Cuomo will host “New Day” live from Capitol Hill Tuesday morning. For the network’s evening coverage, Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper and Jake Tapper will anchor beginning at 7pmET. They will be joined by a host of CNN correspondents, including Jim Sciutto from Iran, Tom Foreman from the virtual studio and Suzanne Malveaux, who will moderate a focus group in Des Moines. Tapper will helm late night SOTU coverage solo. CNN en Español will also broadcast the address with anchor Fernando del Rincón and correspondent Juan Carlos López.

MSNBC: Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews will host beginning at 9pmET. They will be joined by Chris Hayes, Al Sharpton, Steve Schmidt and Ed Schultz, who will be live from Washington, D.C. Matthews will anchor an additional hour of live coverage from 12am-1amET.

The business networks and more are after the jump. Read more

President Obama News Conference Amid Government Shutdown, Debt Limit Crises

ObamaCNN1President Obama will make a statement and take questions from the news media at 2pmET, says the White House. The broadcast and cable news and business networks will carry the news conference. This is day 8 of the government shutdown, while another potential crisis, the debt ceiling, is fast approaching.

NBC News will provide a special report anchored by Natalie Morales with Chuck Todd at the White House. (Brian Williams is scheduled to interview Jeb Bush at Education Nation). On ABC George Stephanopoulos will anchor and Jon Karl will report from the White House. Scott Pelley will anchor a special report for CBS with Major Garrett at the White House.

2:29pm: After a 14-minute opening statement about the budget negotiation stalemate, and the lack of a deal on raising the debt ceiling, which the president called “a lousy name,” he took the first question from the AP’s Julie Pace.

> The second question goes to Julianna Goldman of Bloomberg.

> Sam Stein of Huffington Post gets the third question.

> Roberta Rampton of Reuters is fourth.

> Ari Shapiro of NPR got the fifth question. He asked about a Supreme Court hearing on  campaign finance law.

> Mark Landler, of the New York Times, went sixth.

> Seventh question when to Richard McGregor of the Financial Times in the waaaay back of the briefing room. The president punted his question to Treasury Secretary Jack Lew.

> Steven Dennis of CQ Roll Call got the eighth question and had a meaningful back and forth with the president.

> Before the ninth question, some reporters began asking questions without being called on, to which the president said, “I’m just going through my list guys, talk to Jay (Carney, his press secretary).”

> Mark Knoller of CBS Radio News asked question 10.

> The final question went to a “persistent,” unnamed female reporter in the third row.

3:20pm The news conference ends, without any of the major broadcast TV network correspondents being called on.

Coverage Plans for President Obama’s Speech

The broadcast and cable news networks have planned special reports ahead of President Obama’s primetime address tonight. Here’s what they have planned for the speech, which is scheduled for 9pmET.

NBC News: Brian Williams will anchor a special report beginning at 9pmET.

CBS News: Scott Pelley will anchor live coverage of the speech, with chief White House correspondent Major Garrett contributing.

ABC News: Diane Sawyer will anchor coverage beginning at 9pmET.

PBS: Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff will anchor. They will be joined after the speech by “NewsHour” analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks.

Fox Broadcast NetworkShepard Smith will anchor beginning at 9pmET. Read more

Obama Talks Benghazi, IRS, AP at Joint Press Conference

President Obama and Turkish Prime Minster Erdogan are taking questions from reporters at a joint press conference at the White House this afternoon. NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, CNN and Fox News are all carrying the presser, which started 48 minutes late. The sun in the Rose Garden turned to light rain while the press corps was waiting.

“This will be incentive for the press to ask concise questions and us to give concise answers,” Obama said.

The first question went to Julianna Goldman of Bloomberg TV, who asked Obama about the IRS scandal and Erdogan about Turkish relations with Israel.

Second question goes to a Turkish reporter, who asked both the President and Prime Minister about Syria.

Third question goes to Jeff Mason of Reuters, who asked about the DOJ seizing AP phone records.

Last question goes to a Turkish TV reporter, who asked about a timeline for Syrian President Assad’s removal.

President Obama Holds Final First-Term Press Conference

President Obama began the final press conference of his first term at 11:40 AM ET this morning, and the news of the day was focused on the looming (again!) debt ceiling and deficit fight. The broadcasters carried the presser, as did the cable news channels.

Julie Pace of the AP gets the first question (and a shoutout from the President), asked about gun violence on the one-month anniversary of the Newtown shooting.

Chuck Todd from NBC gets question two, and asks about executive action on the debt ceiling.

Major Garrett from CBS News gets question three, and also asks about the process of raising the debt ceiling.

Jon Karl from ABC News gets question four, and asks about the President using executive action on guns, as well as about long lines for gun shops across the country.

Julianna Goldman from Bloomberg TV gets question five, and asks whether the President is serious about negotiating with House Republicans.

Matt Spetalnik of Reuters gets question six, and asks whether the President is willing to accept a government shutdown.

Jackie Calmes from the New York Times gets the last question, and asks about criticisms of the White House, including asking about having a more diverse cabinet.

Bloomberg TV Snags First Post-Election Interview With President Obama

President Obama will give his first post-election one on one interview to Bloomberg TV. Bloomberg White House correspondent Julianna Goldman will interview the President, and it will air on BTV at 12:30 PM. The big topic of discussion will be the fiscal cliff, but other topics are on the table as well.

The decision to go with Bloomberg is meant to send a message to Wall Street. Bloomberg TV is not rated by Nielsen, but is believed to have far fewer fewer than both CNBC and Fox Business Network. That said, the network has an audience comprised almost exclusively of high-value Wall Street executives and traders, exactly the sort of people the President is trying to reach about his economic policies right now. Even more importantly, the interview will almost certainly be transmitted to all of the Bloomberg Terminals that occupy desks in the big banks and Wall Street firms. The Terminals are a far more effective way to reach those people than any TV network.

After his re-election, President Bush gave his first interview to Univision’s Jorge Ramos.

Bloomberg TV’s Election Night Plans

Bloomberg TV’s election night coverage kicks off at 7pmET Tuesday with a special edition of “Bloomberg Surveillance,” hosted by Tom Keene. Keene will be joined by Sara Eisen and Scarlet Fu  in New York.

Trish Regan will anchor the network’s main election coverage beginning at 8pmET. Regan will be joined by Washington editor Al Hunt and political analyst Matthew Dowd. Bloomberg’s White House correspondent Julianna Goldman will be live at the Obama campaign headquarters in Chicago. Megan Hughes will be in New York and national correspondent Carol Massar will be in Hamilton County, Ohio.

More in Bloomberg’s release, after the jump. Read more

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