The TV lineup is becoming clearer for political junkies.
CNN announced today that Wolf Blitzer will continue to host "The Situation Room" on weekday afternoons and be the network's lead political anchor through the 2012 election.
He will give up his Sunday duties, however, to chief political correspondent John King, who became famous for manipulating the "magic screen" electoral map.
CNN said its revamped Sunday programming led by King will start at 9 a.m. with an hour foused on politics and the new administration, while the later hours will delve into national and world affairs and commentary on current events.
Over the weekend, NBC announced that David Gregory, who had his own daily show on MSNBC during the campaign, will be the host of the venerable "Meet the Press" on Sunday mornings.
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