Obama will do round of interviews on last day of campaigning, Romney to do one

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Mitt Romney will finally give his first interview in weeks, with ESPN’s Chris Berman during the half time of Monday Night Football. President Obama will also be interviewed Monday night by Berman during the Eagles-Saints game, but the order in which the interviews will be produced and aired is still yet undetermined. Monday Night Football is expected to have an audience of 12-13 million viewers nationwide.

In his final day of campaigning, President Obama will have four national radio interviews including Ryan Seacrest and Steve Harvey, and six local radio interviews. All the interviews are embargoed until Tuesday morning. The president will also do an interview with a Spanish-language station, the campaign announced. Below is a rundown of the radio interviews the President is doing:

  • Ryan Seacrest
  • Michael Baisden, part of his interview with the President will air this afternoon
  • Steve Harvey
  • Erzano y la Chokolata
  • WZAK/WENZ from Cleveland, OH
  • WNCI from Columbus, OH
  • WEDR 99 Jamz from Miami, FL
  • WILD 94.1 from Tampa, FL
  • WZID-FM, Morning Show with Mike Morin and Tracy Caruso, from New Hampshire
  • Hot 99.5 WIHT-FM from Northern Virginia

Obama will do round of interviews on last day of campaigning, Romney to do one

Updated