Sundance Channel will air a special election night edition of “The Al Franken Show,” on November 2nd at 11:30pm. The political humorist will be broadcasting live from the Kerry campaign’s election-night headquarters in Copley Square in Boston. The show will contain breaking news as well as segments taped earlier that day.
“My pledge to Sundance Channel viewers is this: We will be monitoring actual real news sources and, if anything happens while we are on the air, you will hear about it literally seconds after you would hear about it elsewhere,” quipped Franken.
Sundance Channel has been airing a one hour version of “The Al Franken Show” since September 7th at 11:30pm every weeknight. Hosted by Grammy and Emmy Award-winning humorist and best-selling author Al Franken, the program delivers commentary on the political events of the day, as well as interviews and comedy segments. Franken’s co-host is veteran radio and print journalist Katherine Lanpher. Guests on Franken’s radio program have included Bill Clinton, John Kerry, John McCain and Michael Moore.
Posted on October 29, 2004 in News by Film Threat Staff
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