London 7/7: Seigenthaler, Brown, Woodruff, Weir, Cooper, Clancy, Verjee, Carlson, Roberts On The Way

By Brian 

CNN: Christiane Amanpour, Richard Quest, Fionnuala Sweeney, Becky Anderson, Paula Hancocks, and Alessio Vinci are just some of the correspondents who have fanned out throughout London. En route to London right now: Anderson Cooper, Jim Clancy, Zain Verjee, Jennifer Eccleston and John Vause.

NBC: Stone Phillips is already in London, and anchors Campbell Brown and John Seigenthaler will be there soon. Correspondents Ron Allen, James Hattori and Jim Maceda are already on the scene; Soon they will be joined by Keith Miller and Janet Shamlian. MSNBC’s Tucker Carlson will depart for London after tonight’s Situation, and will host special editions of the show on Friday and Saturday.

ABC: Bob Woodruff will arrive in London in time for World News Tonight. He’s joined by David Wright, Jim Sciutto, Jessica Yellin, Martin Seemungal, and special Nightline correspondent Sue Ellicott. Bill Weir is on the way, too; he will anchor GMA Weekend from there.

FNC: Correspondents Amy Kellogg, Greg Burke and Dana Lewis are reporting the story. Jonathan Hunt is on the way to London.

> Update: 6:52pm: CBS: John Roberts is en route to London. He will co-anchor the CBS Evening News with Bob Schieffer on Friday night. Harry Smith of The Early Show will also be in the U.K. by Friday morning.