CNN announced that it will be doing a live event on Super Tuesday from the Time-Warner Center in New York at 12pm ET…
CNN and TIME magazine combine the expertise of their top political correspondents in front of a live studio audience for “CNN-TIME America Votes 2008” as Americans vote on Super Tuesday, the most important primary day of the 2008 election.
“CNN-TIME America Votes 2008,” airing on Feb. 5 at noon (ET) will feature CNN’s Emmy Award-winning political lineup as well as top members of TIME’s political team as they examine the presidential candidates and the issues facing 2008 voters as they head to the polls. The special will broadcast from the Time Warner Center in New York City as part of the “Time Warner Conversations on the Circle” series.
Anchored by Campbell Brown, the program will feature three panels:
· Panel analyzing the Democratic race will be moderated by CNN’s lead political anchor Wolf Blitzer will include CNN senior political analyst Gloria Borger and correspondent Joe Johns; TIME managing editor Richard Stengel; TIME columnist Joe Klein; and CNN correspondents Candy Crowley and Suzanne Malveaux reporting from the field.
· Panel analyzing the Republican race will be moderated by CNN anchor Anderson Cooper will include CNN national correspondent John King; CNN contributor Amy Holmes; TIME senior political correspondent Karen Tumulty; and CNN correspondent Dana Bash and TIME political correspondent Michael Scherer reporting from the field.
· CNN anchor Lou Dobbs will moderate a panel discussing issues relating to the middle class and independents. The panel will include CNN contributor Roland Martin; CNN senior political analyst David Gergen; TIME editor-at-large Nancy Gibbs; and Mark Halperin, TIME senior political analyst and author of “The Page” on TIME.com.”
CNN International will simulcast the program, and CNN.com will stream the entire event live. “CNN-TIME America Votes 2008” will pre-empt Your World Today.