Jake Tapper's CNN Show Gets 4 P.M. Timeslot, Executive Producer

MSNBC's Quadrani to Helm New Program Launching in March

CNN on Monday confirmed that Jake Tapper's new weekday program will air at 4 p.m. and debut in March. Additionally, MSNBC's Federico Quadrani will join CNN to be executive producer of the Washington-based show.

Quadrani is currently executive producer of 10 a.m. show Jansing & Company. He joined MSNBC in 2009 to oversee weekend programming and was later executive producer of The Daily Rundown.

Before that, Quadrani was a producer for NBC's Today show from 2003-09 and worked as a writer at ABC's Good Morning America from 1998-2003.

The program title and format of Tapper's show is to be announced.