CNN broadcast CNN International at 6 am. They also did it at 1 AM and CNNI had the Qana airstrike. CNN did a live edition of Larry King Live with John Roberts hosting from Israel. Kyra Phillips was at the newsdesk in Atlanta.
FNC had a bunch of reports during Fox and Friends and Fox News Live at 10 am from Greg Burke, Greg Palkot, Steve Centani, and David Lee Miller reporting from around the region. Studio B with Trace Gallagher was live from Israel. FNC was live with War Stories, Hannity & Colmes, and On The Record.
UPDATE: An emailer writes in to note that FNC also had the Qana airstrike at 4:10 am with Darby Dunn anchoring and David Lee Miller and Greg Palkot reporting from the region.
MSNBC cut back its daytime coverage, which it had expanded two weeks ago to cover the crisis. It went to tape at 4 pm and stayed there with news updates every half hour. MSNBC spent a lot of time talking strategy with its military analysts; moreso than usual. Usually it’s just one analyst on at a time but today there were as many as three on at the same time.