UPDATE: Much of today’s network and cable programming was dominated by the coverage. Fox News was first to air this morning’s San Francisco Airport crash landing during “America’s News Headquarters” at the top of the 3PM hour. CNN‘s Fredricka Whitfield and MSNBC‘s Craig Melvin followed. David Muir anchored a special report at 3:10 PM for ABC News followed by an NBC News special report anchored by Lester Holt. Asiana Flight 214 was inbound from South Korea and its Boeing 777 crash landing first broke over Twitter via eyewitnesses and survivors. TVNewser was first to identify who went on the air when. Blanket coverage is underway on the major networks.
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