CBS News had to find a way to cover the findings of special prosecutor Robert Mueller's long-awaited report amid CBS Sports' March Madness coverage, while ABC News and NBC News disrupted a video-game contest and a golf tournament, respectively. NBC was the first to break into live programming at 3:36 p.m. ET, followed by ABC News at 3:42 p.m. ET. "CBS waited until 3:51 to cut into its coverage of the annual men’s college basketball tournament with a 90-second report by Paula Reid, a correspondent covering the Justice Department and the White House," reports Jim Windolf. "When a full gamut of panelists appeared on CBS, they were not news reporters, but sports commentators, and they were offering halftime analysis." ALSO: Rachel Maddow had to disrupt her Tennessee fishing trip Friday to find a nearby studio to cover the Mueller Report for MSNBC.