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Interest in the death of Michael Jackson continued to dominate many television channels Friday, with two networks planning a second night of news specials and the cable news networks devoting a substantial number of hours to continuing coverage of the star's life and career.Both NBC and ABC will pre-empt regular programs for coverage of the Jackson story.

NBC will show a special, "Michael Jackson, The King of Pop," at 10 p.m.ABC News will show a special edition of "20/20″ at 9 p.m.

called "Michael Jackson, a Man and His Music." ABC's late-night news program "Nightline" will also focus on Mr.

Jackson with Martin Bashir, who conducted one of the most talked-about interviews with the singer, as the anchor.The coverage of the Jackson death lifted "Nightline" to ratings leadership in late-night Thursday night.

The news program attracted 5.26 million viewers, the most of any network late-night show.

CBS News plans no Jackson special Friday night.

Both the Fox News Channel and CNN will run their usual shows tonight but will concentrate on the Jackson story.

Laura Ingraham will substitute for Bill O'Reilly at 8 p.m.

and cover the Jackson story.

Sean Hannity at 9 will also devote his full hour to the death of the singer.

Greta Van Susteren at 10 will be live in Los Angeles covering the story.

On CNN, all three of its hosts will interview guests about the Jackson story.

Among Larry King's guests will be Liza Minnelli, Deepak Chopra and Miko Brando, son of Marlon.MSNBC planned to return to its normal schedule.The Fox network will add to the Jackson coverage with a two-hour special Monday night at 8: a repeat of a night of "American Idol" from March when all of the contestants performed Michael Jackson songs.
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