'Washington Post Live' To Run Weekly Program On Peacock

Washington Post Live is launching a weekly hour-long program on Peacock. It will appear each Friday at 4 p.m. ET on Peacock’s streaming channel “The Choice from MSNBC.

Each episode will feature a First Look round-table discussion hosted by columnist Jonathan Capehart. 

In the first program, Capehart will chair a discussion with WaPochief correspondent Dan Balz and contributing columnists Donna Edwards and Hugh Hewitt about the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the current status of the war on terror and the recent U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. 

This will be followed by a talk between WaPo columnist David Ignatuis and former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair about 9/11 and where the world stands now in its war on terrorism.

Peacock is NBCUniversal’s streaming service and is available on various devices. Washington Post Live is thenewsroom’s live platform — seen as an extension of the paper’s journalism. 



“Washington Post Live is a must stop for any news headliner or leading industry voice who wants to be part of the national conversation,” states Kris Coratti Kelly, Chief Communications Officer of The Washington Post and general manager of Washington Post Live. “We are pleased to join Peacock’s ‘The Choice from MSNBC’ channel to stream these diverse voices for a new audience.” 


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