NORAH O’DONNELL WILL LEAD CBS NEWS’ COVERAGE OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY FROM MANCHESTER TOMORROW, FEB. 11
TONY DOKOUPIL WILL ANCHOR “CBS THIS MORNING” LIVE FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE
CBSN WILL PROVIDE WALL-TO-WALL COVERAGE WITH ELAINE QUIJANO ANCHORING A SPECIAL EDITION OF “RED & BLUE” FROM THE BONFIRE RESTAURANT AND COUNTRY BAR IN MANCHESTER
CBS News will provide on-the-ground coverage of the New Hampshire primary Tuesday, Feb. 11 across all broadcasts and platforms, including primetime updates on the CBS Television Network and live, ongoing coverage on CBSN, CBS News’ 24/7 streaming news service.
CBS EVENING NEWS anchor and managing editor Norah O’Donnell will lead CBS News’ multi-platform coverage from Manchester, N.H. O’Donnell will anchor the CBS EVENING NEWS (6:30-7:00 PM, ET) and the Network’s primetime updates tomorrow, beginning at 8:00 PM, ET. O’Donnell will be joined by a team of CBS News correspondents including chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett; political correspondent Ed O’Keefe; and correspondent Nikole Killion.
CBS THIS MORNING (7:00-9:00 AM) will kick off the day with co-host Tony Dokoupil anchoring live from Manchester. Dokoupil will explore the famed independence and unpredictability of the New Hampshire primary and go ice fishing with voters to talk about the issues most important to them. Additionally, he will speak with New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner about what the state is doing to prevent another debacle like the one playing out in Iowa, and he will be feature reporting from President Trump’s rally tonight. Major Garrett, Ed O’Keefe and CBS News special correspondent Alex Wagner will join Dokoupil, as well as the team of CBS News political correspondents, to discuss the New Hampshire primary and the latest CBS News polling. Gayle King and Anthony Mason will anchor live from the studio in New York. CBS THIS MORNING will continue with results and analysis of the New Hampshire primary Wednesday morning.
CBSN will stream comprehensive coverage of the New Hampshire primary starting tonight, with Elaine Quijano anchoring a special edition of “Red & Blue” from the Bonfire Restaurant and Country Bar in Manchester at 5:00 PM, ET. On Tuesday, coverage begins at 7:00 AM, ET anchored by Anne-Marie Green. Vlad Duthiers joins at 9:00 AM, ET. Tomorrow night, Quijano will anchor a special edition of “Red & Blue” at 5:00 PM, ET live from the Granite State and will anchor continuous coverage throughout the evening joined by Caitlin Huey-Burns, Antjuan Seawright, Leslie Sanchez, Lynda Tran as well as additional guests and reporters stationed on the ground. Adding to the special coverage is CBS News’ director of elections and surveys Anthony Salvanto and anchor Tanya Rivero who will be at the Decision Desk at the CBS Broadcast Center in New York, analyzing the results in real-time and showing viewers who’s leading and why.
Follow CBS News’ live updating coverage of the New Hampshire primary at cbsnews.com. The live blog features the latest insights and analysis from CBS News correspondents and will also be the Network’s one-stop destination for its multi-platform coverage.
CBS News Radio will provide continuous coverage anchored by Bill Rehkopf in Washington, D.C., joined by Leonard Steinhorn and Peter Maer. Steven Portnoy, Steve Dorsey and Steve Burns will contribute on-the-ground coverage. CBS News Radio will also provide stations with short-form special reports throughout the night tomorrow and stream its coverage online, on mobile apps and on smart speakers. Download the CBS News Radio App for iOS and Android or ask any Alexa-enabled device to play CBS News Radio.
CBS Newspath, CBS News’ newsgathering organization providing news and information to 200+ affiliates nationwide and to broadcasters around the world, will feature extensive coverage and digital content. CBS News correspondents Laura Podesta and Skyler Henry will report on the New Hampshire Primary from Manchester.
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