How cable news is covering Hurricane Michael’s approach

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As the network morning shows covered Hurricane Michael extensively, so did cable news.

At the start of ‘Fox & Friends‘ the network showed this shot of Studio J’s video wall with a radar loop of Hurricane Michael. Studio J is home of the show the immediately proceeds ‘Fox & Friends,’ ‘Fox & Friends First.’

The circular video panel in the floor of Studio F was also used during ‘Fox & Friends’

Meteorologist Janice Dean joined the ‘Fox & Friends’ hosts on Studio F’s balcony area, using a video panel to showcase weather maps.

MSNBC added a hurricane stats bar during hurricane coverage, but it disappeared during other parts of ‘Morning Joe

CNN also used its typical hurricane bar with a variety of data.

Chad Myers also joined ‘New Day‘ from the network’s weather studio, using the large video panel for weather maps.

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