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Posts Tagged ‘Steve Scully’

The Ticker: Greta/Ryan, ABC/Univision, C-SPAN/Conventions

  • Wisconsin native and Fox News anchor Greta Van Susteren will anchor a special edition of “On the Record” tonight focusing on the life and career of Rep. Paul Ryan, the presumptive GOP VP nominee. The special features interviews with Ryan’s friends, family and neighbors in Janesville, Wisc.
  • NPR highlights the upcoming ABC News/Univision cable news channel. “Officials at the two networks say the formula, still evolving, will incorporate lifestyle programming as well, focusing on entertainment, food, health, music and pop culture.”
  • C-SPAN political editor Steve Scully outlines the cable channel’s RNC and DNC coverage plans, and how to watch:

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CNN’s Ed Henry to Vote for Fox News to get Front Row Briefing Room Seat

Henry_6.9.jpgTVNewser has learned CNN White House correspondent and White House Correspondents Association officer Ed Henry will vote for Fox News to take over the front row White House briefing room seat vacated earlier this week with the abrupt resignation of Helen Thomas.

Henry is one of three officers on the WHCA, the others being Ed Chen of Bloomberg and David Jackson of USA Today. Other board members include Doug Mills of The New York Times, Steve Scully of C-SPAN, Don Gonyea of NPR, Julie Mason of the DC Examiner and Caren Bohan of Reuters.

CNN only got a front row seat after the renovations of the James S. Brady briefing room in 2007. CNN was awarded the seat due to seniority — 27 years on the air at the time. We’re told Fox News supported the move then. And now, as the #1 cable news network and almost 14 years on the air, this may be FNC’s time.