Charlie Rose Set For Triple Duty At Conventions

It turns out that Charlie Rose will become arguably the busiest journalist covering the two political conventions beginning next week. Besides continuing as co-host of CBS's morning show, Rose will also be hosting his nightly program for PBS from the two conventions as well as a nightly report for Bloomberg TV. In a statement Bloomberg said that it will feature "an all-star line-up of reporters, analysts and contributors ... to closely examine the key economic issues driving the race for the White House." Besides Rose, they will include Trish Regan, lead anchor, Washington editor Al Hung, political analyst Matthew Dowd, columnist Margaret Carlson, White House reporters Hans Nichols and Jullianna Goldman, chief Washington correspondent Peter Cook, and Washington correspondent Meghan Hughes.

20/08/2012


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