“CBS EVENING NEWS” ANCHOR NORAH O’DONNELL TO LEAD THE COVERAGE FROM WASHINGTON
CBS EVENING NEWS anchor and managing editor Norah O’Donnell will lead CBS News’ Saturday coverage of the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump tomorrow. O’Donnell will anchor a CBS News Special Report when the Senate reconvenes Saturday, Jan. 25 at approximately 10:00 AM, ET, from Washington, D.C. on the CBS Television Network. CBSN, CBS News’ 24/7 free streaming news service, will also offer live, uninterrupted coverage of the trial.
Joining O’Donnell will be CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett; CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes; and CBS News White House correspondents Paula Reid and Weijia Jiang. CBS News legal analyst Kim Wehle and CBS News political contributor Terry Sullivan will contribute to the coverage.
CBS THIS MORNING SATURDAY co-hosts Jeff Glor, Michelle Miller, and Dana Jacobson will preview the day’s proceedings and feature reporting from CBS News’ team of Washington correspondents.
CBSN, CBS News’ free 24/7 news streaming service, will stream CBS News’ special report anchored by O’Donnell on Jan. 25. Following the network report, CBSN will continue to cover the impeachment trial throughout the day with anchor Reena Ninan joined by CBS News correspondents and contributors for post-trial reporting and analysis.
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 on the trial. CBS News Correspondent Natalie Brand will report on the proceedings from Capitol Hill.
CBS News Radio will continue to provide gavel-to-gavel coverage of the impeachment trial with correspondent Bill Rehkopf anchoring from Capitol Hill. CBS News Radio will provide stations with Special Reports at :20, :31 and :50 past the hour.
Follow CBS News’ live updating online coverage of the Senate impeachment trial at CBSNews.com/impeachment. The live blog features the latest insight and analysis from CBS News correspondents and will also be the Network’s one-stop destination for its multiplatform coverage of the trial each day.
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