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    NFL Live

    NFL Live

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    ESPN
    NFL Live is a weekday hour-long show that talks about the latest news, trades, injuries and rumors in football. Trey Wingo has hosted the show from the beginning with former players and coaches rounding out the show as analysts.moreless
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    Hannity

    Hannity

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    FOX News Channel
    Sean Hannity interviews guests and provides his own commentary on a number of issues. One of the most famous segments of the show is "The American Panel," which features Hannity and three guests with differing political views. They have a panel type discussion regarding the top news that day.moreless
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    60 Minutes of Sports

    60 Minutes of Sports

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    Showtime
    The team behind 60 Minutes brings you the sports edition. Hosted by Lara Logan and Steve Kroft, 60 Minutes of Sports is the first time the brand will be shown on cable. Original interviews, as well as previous features from CBS, will make up the hour long episodes.moreless
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    ABC World News with Diane Sawyer

    ABC World News with Diane Sawyer

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    World News Tonight is a nightly news program that airs on ABC.

    History:

    Harry Reasoner and Howard K. Smith had co-anchored the ABC Evening News from December 1970. In 1975, Reasoner assumed sole anchor responsibilities until his pairing with Barbara Walters, the first female network anchor, in Oct. 1976. Ratings for the nightly news broadcast declined shortly thereafter.

    On July 10, 1978, Roone Arledge, head of ABC's news and sports divisions, launched World News Tonight with a trio of anchors. From Washington D.C., the late Frank Reynolds assumed primary anchor responsibilities, while Peter Jennings (from London) and the late Max Robinson (from Chicago) - the first African-American network news anchor - provided secondary duties.

    From 1983 to 2005, the program as anchored by Peter Jennings. Following Jennings' death, the program was renamed on August 15, 2005, from World News Tonight with Peter Jennings to World News Tonight. Elizabeth Vargas and Bob Woodruff were named as co-anchors. Woodruff was severely wounded in January 2006 while reporting from Iraq. Vargas stepped down for maternity leave in May 2006 and Charles Gibson was named as permanent anchor.moreless
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    Pardon the Interruption

    Pardon the Interruption

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    On Monday, Oct. 22, ESPN premiered Pardon The Interruption, a live and provocative show devoted exclusively to sports opinions and headline issues, airs each weekday at 5:30 p.m. ET leading into SportsCenter. The 30-minute program originates from Washington, D.C. and features Washington Post columnists Tony Kornheiser and Mike Wilbon. The two address a variety of issues from the sports world each day with some the help of some in-studio and out-of-studio contributors. The program reairs each weekday at 6:30 p.m. ET on ESPNEWS, and often at 7:30 on ESPN2. Kornheiser and Wilbon, who have been debating each other in the sports and style pages of the Washington Post for more than two decades, face-off nightly on the day's hot topics. Timely interviews with newsmakers frame the debates. Viewers also have an opportunity to ask questions and voice opinions. Veteran ESPN news executive Jim Cohen serves as the show's executive producer. Kornheiser and Wilbon, frequent guests on ESPN's The Sports Reporters, remain with The Post and continue writing columns for the sports pages. Kornheiser also continues as host of Tony Kornheiser Show on ESPN Radio.moreless
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    Anderson Cooper 360°

    Anderson Cooper 360°

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    CNN
    Anderson Cooper 360° does not shy away from strong opinions, provocative stories and challenging issues. Features include Anderson's take on the world of media and the news, with in-depth coverage of justice, politics, health and pop culture. Welcome to the Anderson Cooper 360°. A show which is unconventional, fast-moving, wide-ranging news program that is unlike the the typical network evening newscast, going beyond the headlines to tell stories in-depth and from many points of view so you can make up your own mind about the news that affects you. The show's hallmark is its "Keeping them Honest" franchise -- demanding answers and finding the truth. Backed by the global resources of CNN, Anderson's anchor desk is Central Command for a 360-degree look at world events covering not only the day's top stories, but the fascinating, the unexpected and the underreported. Debuting on September 8, 2003, Anderson Cooper 360° began with a one hour show at 7pm EST. In November of 2005, AC360 changed its timeslot from 7pm to 10pm and it then became a two-hour show. Anderson Cooper 360° has won the following news and documentary Emmys for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Breaking News Story for the famine in Niger report, Outstanding Feature Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast for the Charity Hospital in New Orleans reports and Outstanding Coverage of a Current Business News Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast for black market infertility. Also in 2006, AC360 receiver 2 GLAAD Media Award nominations for Outstanding TV Journalism - News Segment For the segment School Outing & Secret Sex Lives. Cooper has signed a multi-year deal with CNN, which would allow him to continue as a contributor to 60 Minutes as well as doubling his salary from $2 million annually to a reported $4 million.moreless
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    60 Minutes (Weeknight Edition)

    60 Minutes (Weeknight Edition)

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    CBS (ended 2005)
    Welcome to the 60 Minutes (Weeknight Edition) guide at TV.com. The site remains largely undeveloped, but updates are soon to come.
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    Fox & Friends

    Fox & Friends

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    FOX
    Gretchen Carlson, Steve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade, Janice Dean and many others anchor the early morning "zoo-cast" where at times producers talk over the intercom, anchors cross the set for more coffee, and interns do the weather or sports. On the serious side, they update the news, discuss issues with liberal and conservative pundits, and take calls from or read viewer email. Stars from sports, music, movies and TV drop by regularly as well.moreless
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    America's News HQ

    America's News HQ

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    America's News HQ is an hour-long, multi-camera television program that airs on the weekends on the Fox News Channel. It typically airs several times on both Saturday and Sunday and features a variety of hosts. America's News HQ usually originates from either Washington D.C. or New York City. It first began airing on November 5, 2008 on both the weekend and during the week. The weekday programming ended on January 19, 2009, however. America's News HQ highlights both the top stories of the day as well as the news stories that dominated headlines over the previous week. It also includes interviews with current newsmakers and analysts. Hosts of the show include Uma Pemmaraju, Jamie Colby, Kelly Wright, Gregg Jarrett, Julie Banderas, Rick Folbaum, Juliet Huddy, Eric Shawn and Shannon Bream. Of the seven airings of America's News HQ over the weekend, only the early Saturday show and the midday Sunday program feature a single host instead of a duo.moreless
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    ESPN First Take

    ESPN First Take

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    Start your day with ESPN First Take every morning at 10 AM. Cari Champion moderates the debate between Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith. ESPN analysts and big name guests will also stop by to join in on the basketball and football discussion.moreless
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    Nightly Business Report

    Nightly Business Report

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    PBS
    Nightly Business Report (NBR) is the long running financial news program delivering the latest from Wall Street and other major markets from across the world. The current hosts are Tom Hudson, reporting from Miami, and Susie Gharib, reporting from New York. Reporters include Darren Gersh, Diane Estabrook, Erika Miller, Suzanne Pratt, Stephanie Dhue, Scott Gurvey, and Dana Bate. NBR was first broadcast in 1979, and was hosted by anchors Linda O'Bryon and Merwin Sigale, with assistance from Paul Kangas. It wasn't until 1981 that Nightly Business Report began airing across the United States. Throughout its run, NBR has won many awards for its excellence in news coverage. In 2005, NBR was awarded the Emmy for its series on "China's Emergence as an International Economic Power. In 2008, NBR won a Gerald Loeb Award for "India's Promise," an in-depth report on the Indian economy. Nightly Business Report is distributed by PBS and can be seen around the world.moreless
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    PBS NewsHour

    PBS NewsHour

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    PBS NewsHour is the long running news magazine broadcast every weeknight on PBS. The show was created by veteran newsmen Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer, and has been on the air since 1975. In 2009, the show previously known as The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer became The PBS NewsHour. This updated version also featured co-anchors, something that hadn't been implemented since the mid 90's when MacNeil co-anchored. Current correspondents and contributors for PBS NewsHour include Jeffrey Brown, Gwen Ifill, Hari Sreenivasan, Ray Suarez, Margaret Warner, and Judy Woodruff. One of the major differences between network news and the PBS NewsHour is that because the show is publicly funded, there are no commercials. This allows the NewsHour to dedicate more time to comprehensive reporting. Since its premiere, the show has been the recipient of countless awards. In 2009, it won the National Association of Media Literacy Education, Media Literate Award; in 2008 PBS NewsHour was awarded the News and Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a News Magazine.moreless
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    MLB Now

    MLB Now

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    MLB
    Brian Kenny and Harold Reynolds debate new school vs. old school philosophy in this baseball show.  
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    Countdown with Keith Olbermann

    Countdown with Keith Olbermann

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    Current TV
    Countdown with Keith Olbermann follows the mild mannered, funny, and intelligent news anchor Keith Olbermann, as he takes you through the top five news stories of the day. These stories range from the important events of the day with live Countdown exclusive interviews and the thoughts of Keith Olbermann and his staff. During the countdown, Keith does special segments like "Keeping Tabs", where he informs the viewers on celebrity action only Countdown could dish out. Also Keith pokes fun at the lame, out of this world, and just flat out stupid news events on the segment "Oddball". Viewers could see a condensed one hour recap of the day's events on Countdown with Keith Olbermann as it aired Mondays through Fridays on MSNBC at 8pm eastern and a repeat showing at 11:00pm and 4:00am eastern on MSNBC. In January 2011 Keith Olbermann accepted a contract buy out by MSNBC, in the Spring of 2011 he was hired by Current TV.moreless
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    Dual Survival

    Dual Survival

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    Imagine being thrown into the wilderness, do you think you could survive? Experts think that having basic survival skills such as finding food, shelter, water and finding help are important. Dave Canterbury and Cody Lundin take on surviving through some of the hardest conditions, proving that having the right skills and thinking out of the box can save you.moreless
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    American Experience

    American Experience

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    Since 1988, PBS has broadcast a series that focuses on the history of the United States and what has made it unique. Called American Experience (originally titled The American Experience), the program examines the people, events, technology, and natural resources that have shaped the country. Hosted by David McCullough until 2002 and narrated by a number of well-known personalities - American Experience uses historians and authors, period images and film, music, dramatic re-enactments, and contemporary context to set the stage for its topics.

    The series continues to this day with a variable number of installments produced each year. Episodes are generally 60 minutes in length, but some longer episodes and multi-part series have also been produced. The show airs at different days and times on local PBS stations.

    Though American Experience has used many films from independent film makers and has been assisted by various PBS stations throughout the country, it has always been spearheaded by WGBH in Boston.moreless
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    Frontline

    Frontline

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    Since it began in 1983, ‘Frontline' has been airing public-affairs documentaries that explore a wide scope of the complex human experience. Frontline's goal is to extend the impact of the documentary beyond its initial broadcast by serving as a catalyst for change.moreless
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    Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel

    Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel

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    HBO
    This is a unique sports show that covers a lot of stories other people wont. Correspondents conduct investigations and interviews to tell a story or expose corruption.
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    Newsnight

    Newsnight

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    Newsnight is the BBC's flagship news programme and runs on BBC2 five nights a week. Its format, with a limited number of items covered in each show, allows an in-depth analytical approach to news stories, with a particular emphasis on political and economic affairs. The show largely eschews the "human-interest" stories favoured by many news programmes. As of March 2003, the regular presenters were Gavin Esler, Jeremy Paxman and Kirsty Wark. The most-seen correspondents were Robin Denselow (international news), Liz McKean (UK news), Martha Kearney (UK politics), Tom Carver (US Politics), Mark Urban (world politics) and Stephanie Flanders (business & economics).moreless
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    Subterranean

    Subterranean

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    Welcome to the Subterranean guide at TV.com! Subterranean is a weekly music video show that airs on MTV2 every Sunday/Monday at 10 pm (PT)/1 AM (ET). The show originally premiered on MTV2 in May 2003, following the cancellation of MTV's previous alternative music video show, 120 Minutes. The scope and style of Subterranean is much similar to 120 Minutes, as it features a variety of alternative music artists popular in music today, as well as those popular in the '80s, '90s, and early '00s. The host, Jim Shearer, invites a special guest each week to the show, conducting interviews with the artists while featuring their new videos and new releases. The spirit of 120 Minutes is carried on through Subterranean, by featuring the latest and greatest alternative music artists while maintaining its status as a reliable source of up-and-coming music in the alternative genre. As of March 2007, MTV2 is airing Subterranean without a host or special guests, making the current format simply a video playlist.moreless
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