Here’s When Broadcast Networks Are Showing the House’s Debate on Article of Impeachment

By A.J. Katz Comment

Day one of the House’s debate on the article of impeachment will be carried by cable newsers and all of the streaming news services throughout the day, as expected.

The major broadcast networks are breaking into regularly scheduled programming at various points to show the proceedings as well.

ABC News broke into the network at 9 a.m. ET, when debate officially began. Chief anchor George Stephanopoulos anchored that 40-minute-long special report. The network will be on again at other times throughout the day – including when the vote happens.

Stephanopoulos leads coverage with World News Tonight anchor and managing editor David Muir, ABC News Live Prime anchor Linsey Davis, Chief White House correspondent and This Week co-anchor Jonathan Karl, senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega, chief global affairs correspondent and This Week co-anchor Martha Raddatz, chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas, senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce, White House correspondent Rachel Scott, senior national correspondent Terry Moran, chief legal analyst Dan Abrams and contributor Kate Shaw.

NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt and Today anchor Savannah Guthrie will anchor NBC News special coverage of the debate beginning at 12:30 p.m. ET. Holt and Guthrie will be joined by Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd, Capitol Hill correspondent Kasie Hunt, chief White House correspondent Kristen Welker, chief Washington correspondent Andrea Mitchell, senior Washington correspondent Hallie Jackson and chief justice correspondent Pete Williams during their coverage.

“We are coming on the air on this truly historic day to bring you live coverage of the House of Representatives, as it takes up for an unprecedented second time, the impeachment of president trump. This time for incitement of insurrection,” said Holt.

PBS NewsHour televised the start of the impeachment proceedings at 9 a.m. ET on PBS stations nationwide. Managing editor Judy Woodruff is anchoring the special programming with contributions from White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor, Capitol Hill correspondent Lisa Desjardins and more including TBD guests. In addition to broadcast on PBS stations, coverage will extend to PBS NewsHour’s digital and social platforms.  NewsHour’s nightly broadcast and 9 p.m. ET update will include reporting and updates from the day’s proceedings.

CBS went up with its special coverage of the House of Reps. impeachment vote at 4:30 p.m. ET. Norah O’Donnell is anchoring and joined by CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes, CBS News political correspondent Ed O’Keefe, CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy and CBS White House correspondent Weijia Jiang.

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