The Presidential Planner

By Maya

Oct 14, 2010 7:13am

ABC News' Sunlen Miller reports: President Obama will start his day at the White House by recieveing his morning briefings, and will spednd most of the remainder of the day in private, closed-door meetings. In the late afternoon Mr. Obama will attend youth town hall which he will shoot from the BET studios in Washington, DC. The hour-long, commercial free, town hall will be aired on Viacom’s BET, CMT and MTV networks. The president will appear before an audience of approximately 250 young people and will answer questions from the studio audience as well as from viewers submitting questions via Twitter.  Dubbed “A Conversation with President Obama”, MTV touts that the town hall will bring the president before young people  that represent a “broad cross-section of backgrounds, interests and political viewpoints." The town hall will be hosted by MTV personality Sway Calloway, BET’s April Woodard, and CMT’s Katie Cook. This is Mr. Obama's second event this week focusing on the youth vote, following his webcast town hall Tuesday at The George Washington University. -Sunlen Miller

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