CBS NEWS TO DELIVER A FULL DAY OF ORIGINAL REPORTING ON SUPER TUESDAY ACROSS ALL PLATFORMS
Scott Pelley, Norah O'Donnell, John Dickerson and Charlie Rose to Lead
The Network's Primetime Coverage (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT)
Bob Schieffer, Anthony Mason and Elaine Quijano to Join the Coverage;
Nancy Cordes and Major Garrett to Report From The Campaign Trail
CBSN, CBS News' 24/7 Digital Streaming News Service, to Provide Wall-to-Wall
Coverage with Elaine Quijano Anchoring; Anthony Salvanto and DeMarco Morgan to
Report from the Decision Desk as the Votes Come In
CBS News will deliver a full day of division-wide, original reporting on Super Tuesday, March 1, across the CBS Television Network, CBSN, CBSNews.com and CBS Radio News.
CBS EVENING NEWS Anchor and Managing Editor Scott Pelley, CBS THIS MORNING Co-Hosts Norah O'Donnell and Charlie Rose and CBS News Political Director and FACE THE NATION Anchor John Dickerson will lead the Network's primetime coverage (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) from the CBS Broadcast Center in New York City. CBS News Senior National Correspondent Anthony Mason and CBS News Correspondent Elaine Quijano will also join the coverage with additional reporting and the latest exit poll data.
CBS News Contributor Bob Schieffer will moderate a political panel that includes CBS News Political Analyst Jamelle Bouie and CBS News Contributor Peggy Noonan. CBS News Correspondents Nancy Cordes and Major Garrett will provide the latest reporting from the campaign trail.
In addition to the hour-long primetime broadcast, Pelley and O'Donnell will anchor Campaign 2016 updates throughout the night at 7:00 PM, ET, 8:00 PM, ET and 9:00 PM, ET, on the CBS Television Network.
CBS News will provide up-to-the-minute coverage across all platforms using the full force of the Division's journalists and the latest, easy-to-understand integrated graphics and virtual storytelling tools. At the CBS News Decision Desk, Elections Director Anthony Salvanto and CBS News Correspondent DeMarco Morgan will bring real-time updates as votes come in, plus CBS News will deliver projections for all the states and exit poll data live on CBSN and on the Twitter account @CBSPolitics.
CBS News' additional coverage plans are below:
CBS THIS MORNING (7:00-9:00 AM):
· The Network's coverage begins that day on CBS THIS MORNING with newsmaking interviews and reports from around the country as Super Tuesday voting begins.
CBS EVENING NEWS WITH SCOTT PELLEY (6:30-7:00 PM, ET):
· The CBS EVENING NEWS WITH SCOTT PELLEY will deliver up-to-the-minute reporting that night and provide updates for all time zones.
CBS NEWS DIGITAL:
· CBS News Digital, including CBSN, CBSNews.com and the CBS News mobile apps, will provide continuous coverage all day and night. CBS News Correspondent Elaine Quijano will anchor CBSN's live, special coverage beginning at 6:00 PM, ET, featuring updates from across the country, analysis from a team of CBS News contributors, and the latest results from the CBS News Decision Desk.
CBS RADIO NEWS:
· CBS Radio News will offer three hours of live, anchored coverage to its 600 affiliates with short-form special reports three times an hour throughout the night. The live, anchored coverage and special reports will be available on the CBS Radio News digital stream on Radio.com and on iPhone and Android apps. Local CBS Radio affiliated stations will also have interviews with CBS News correspondents, pundits and polling experts.
· CBS Newspath Correspondents Craig Boswell, Weijia Jiang and Mark Albert will report from Washington D.C.
Steve Capus is the Executive Producer of CBS News' coverage of Super Tuesday, Executive Producer of the CBS EVENING NEWS WITH SCOTT PELLEY and Executive Editor of CBS News. Nancy Lane is the Senior Executive Producer of CBS News Digital and CBSN.
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