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How To Watch; Network Coverage


Networks are planning special reports Monday for coverage of the total solar eclipse, a celestial phenomenon when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun.

The eclipse will move across Texas to Maine, temporarily shrouding those areas in darkness, while other parts of the country will notice dimming and twilight.

Here’s a rundown of network plans.

ABC News. Eclipse Across America, airing at 2 p.m. ET on ABC, ABC News Live, the National Geographic Channel and other platforms, will be anchored by David Muir and Linsey Davis, reporting from Burlington, VT. Nat Geo’s Mariana van Zeller, Nat Geo Explorers photographer Cristina Mittermeier and astrophysicists Jedidah Isler and Ved Chirayath will be on hand to show viewers how to safely observe and photograph the eclipse, and will provide the science and history behind the event. Correspondents will be fanned out in 10 cities, from Mazatlán, Mexico, to Houlton, Maine, with reports on the eclipse as it happens. GMA3 will present a preview at 1 p.m. ET, and Muir will anchor World News Tonight and Davis will anchor Prime with Linsey Davis from Burlington.

CBS News. Norah O’Donnell and Tony Dokoupil will lead coverage from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as part of a Total Eclipse of the Heartland special, airing from 2-3:30 p.m. ET on the broadcast and streaming networks. Reports will come from Nate Burleson, and correspondents Janet Shamlian in Kerrville, Texas, Omar Villafranca in Dallas, Mark Strassmann in Russellville, Ark., Lana Zak in Indianapolis and Dave Malkoff in Cleveland. There also will be reporting from meteorologists and reporters at local stations, and appearances by Bill Nye, astronomer Lucianne Walkowicz and CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood, as well as actor William Shatner. O’Donnell will anchor CBS Evening News from Indianapolis and Dokoupil will co-host CBS Mornings from there.

CNN. CNN News Central anchors Brianna Keilar and Boris Sanchez will lead coverage from 1-4 p.m. ET, with Richard Quest and Rahel Solomon hosting for CNN International and CNN Max. The network said that cameras and drones will be positioned across the path of this eclipse, with reports from Mexico and throughout the United States. There also will be a report from on board a Delta Air Lines “Path of Totality” flight. CNN meteorologists Chad Myers, Allison Chinchar and Elisa Raffa will contribute from in the studio, and Derek Van Dam will be on location in Vermont. There also will be a livestream on CNN.com/Eclipse.

Fox Weather. The FAST channel’s coverage, America’s Total Eclipse, will feature reports from correspondents and reporters from Texas to Vermont. Meteorologists Stephen Morgan will be in Dallas and Kendall Smith will be at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with coverage from noon-4 p.m. ET. Fox Weather also will support Fox News and Fox Business Channel for their coverage throughout the day.

NBC News. Lester Holt will anchor the two hour special Total Eclipse 2024 from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway starting at 2 p.m. ET, to be broadcast on NBC and streamed on NBC News Now. Holt also will anchor NBC Nightly News from the city. The coverage also will include Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Craig Melvin, Carson Daly, Sheinelle Jones, Dylan Dreyer and Jenna Bush Hager from the Museum of Natural History in New York City and Al Roker from Dallas. Correspondents also will fan out across the path of the full eclipse. Roker and Savannah Sellers will preview coverage on NBC News Now with the special Total Eclipse 2024: Countdown to History, featuring an interview with astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, among other reports.

NewsNation. Senior national correspondent Brian Entin will co-anchor a special broadcast from headquarters in Chicago from 1-4:30 p.m. ET, along with NewsNation Now anchors Nichole Berlie and Connell McShane. Correspondents will be dispatched around the country with reports.

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