Monday, November 02, 2009

CNN Launches New Abu Dhabi Operation

CNN International will launch its new broadcast center in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday. The new studios and bureau will become the fourth such operation for the network, joining existing centers in Atlanta, London and Hong Kong.

As well as launching the new broadcast center, CNN International will debut the network's first ever live news show to be broadcast from the region. Titled 'Prism', and hosted by veteran correspondent Stan Grant, the program will take one issue each night and dissect the story from multiple angles.

Ahead of the Tuesday launch, Monday's edition of 'Amanpour' was taped from the new studios in Abu Dhabi.


Three pictures showing part of the newsroom of the new Abu Dhabi bureau were released by CNN today.


Finally, Stan Grant presents a four minute tour of the new Abu Dhabi outfit for this month's 'Inside The Middle East'.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Too bad this is obvious proof of Arab influence over CNNI with the help of their dollars.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

congratulations!!

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