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Networks ready for Hurricane Sandy coverage

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This week is shaping up to be a hectic one for millions of Americans, as Hurricane Sandy is going to disrupt and endanger lives. If you are reading this and one of those in the storm's trajectory, take care of yourselves and your families. 

The television networks are all prepared to provide in-depth coverage of the storm during the next few days.

ABC's Good Morning America will have ABC News weather editor Sam Champion live in Manhattan's Battery Park district, where the sea levels are predicted to reach new dangerous record levels. George Stephanopoulous will be at GMA's Time Square studios directing coverage, with news anchor Josh Elliott at one of the city's subway stations. The subways are expected to greatly flood. 

NBC's The Today Show will focus on the storm Monday morning, as Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie report from Studio 1A on what is happening.

The other networks are expected to provide deep coverage, as well.

In preparation for this disaster, New York City has already suspended bus and rail services, and businesses are shuttered. Residents in New York and New Jersey have been given many instructions for how to best stay safe and make it through this in one piece.

 

 


Details
Show:
- Today (US)
- Good Morning America
Network:
- ABC
- NBC

Written by: Hamatosan
Oct 28th, 2012, 12:08 pm

Anonypuss

Message Posted On Oct 29th, 2012, 12:42 am
Rehearsal to the apocalypse, Eastern Time! *** Take care, everyone.
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