JEFF GLOR ANCHORS TONIGHT’S “CBS EVENING NEWS” FROM PANAMA CITY, FLA., WITH A TEAM OF CORRESPONDENTS CONTRIBUTING TO THE COVERAGE
CBS NEWS WILL ALSO FEATURE DIVISION-WIDE COVERAGE ON ALL PLATFORMS INCLUDING CBSN, “CBS THIS MORNING,” CBS NEWS RADIO AND CBS NEWSPATH
Jeff Glor will anchor the CBS EVENING NEWS (6:30-7:00 PM, ET) from Panama City, Fla., tonight, Oct. 9, for extensive coverage of Hurricane Michael as it approaches the Florida panhandle. A team of CBS News correspondents will contribute from across the region for tonight’s CBS EVENING NEWS WITH JEFF GLOR and CBS News’ division-wide coverage, including Manuel Bojorquez, Nikki Battiste, Mark Strassmann and Omar Villafranca.
CBS News’ coverage of Hurricane Michael will be featured across all platforms including the CBS Television Network; CBSN, CBS News’ 24/7 streaming news service; CBS THIS MORNING (7:00-9:00 AM); and CBS News Radio and CBS Newspath.
Tomorrow on CBS THIS MORNING, Jeff Glor will anchor the coverage from Florida with Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell, John Dickerson and Bianna Golodryga anchoring from the CBS Broadcast Center in New York. The team of CBS News correspondents will report from the field, in addition to WCBS-TV chief weathercaster Lonnie Quinn’s coverage from Studio 57.
CBSN will deliver ongoing reporting and live, streaming coverage leading up to and throughout the hurricane, including the public briefings from officials on the ground. CBSN is available for free across digital platforms.
CBS News Radio will provide affiliates with special reports as well as live on-the-scene reporting from Peter King on the Florida panhandle. Jeff Glor will anchor his 5:00 PM, ET, radio newscast CBS NEWS ON THE HOUR from Panama City beginning tonight.
CBS Newspath will provide extensive coverage to 200+ CBS affiliates nationwide and to broadcasters around the world. Hilary Lane and Nikole Killion will report from Panama City Beach. Newspath will also showcase the reporting and video from affiliates from the affected regions and provide live coverage of storm preparations once Hurricane Michael makes landfall.
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