Deggans joins RNC Sunday show madness from Tampa on CNN's Reliable Sources; CBS, Fox and NBC also here
Several of the big Sunday politics shows will air from Tampa on Sunday, giving viewers a preview of what to expect from here during the Republican National Convention.
I'll be among those joining the parade, appearing on Howie Kurtz's Reliable Sources show Sunday to talk about non-political TV stuff such as Jimmy Kimmel's ascension at ABC and how media will cover the RNC in the week to come.
The big gets are former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on NBC's Meet the Press, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio on CBS' Face the Nation, and presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney on Fox News Sunday, in an interview recorded in advance.
Here’s a list of Sunday morning political TV shows airing from Tampa to preview the Republican National Convention:
CBS Face the Nation, 10 a.m., WTSP-Ch. 10: Host Bob Schieffer will interview Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, RNC chairman Reince Priebus, U.S. Rep Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour, and a reporter’s roundtable featuring Dan Balz of the Washington Post, Rich Lowry of TIME magazine, Fox News contributor Peggy Noonan, CBS News contributor John Dickerson and CBS This Morning Norah O’Donnell.
CNN: State of the Union at 10 a.m. and noon: Host Candy Crowley presents Reince Priebus; U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison; Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.
CNN: Reliable Sources, 11 a.m.: Host Howard Kurtz presents Roger Simon from Politico, Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun-Times, CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer, Nia-Malika Henderson from The Washington Post; Keli Goff of TheRoot.com; Hugh Hewitt of The Hugh Hewitt Show, Eric Deggans of the Tampa Bay Times.
Fox News Sunday, 9 a.m., WTVT-Ch. 13: Host Chris Wallace appears in Tampa, with interviews recorded in advance with presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney and his wife Ann Romney.
NBC Meet the Press, 9 a.m., WFLA-Ch. 8: Host David Gregory welcomes ex-Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, former 2008 presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, Democratic National Committee chair and Florida U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Republican strategist Mike Murphy and NBC News political director and Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd.