Weekly Observations - week ending January 30, 2010
Starting today, we'll be posting a weekly round-up of the tidbits that didn't make it to a post of their own, but are worth noting, along with news items we may have missed during the week.
If you have any of your own observations from any of the CNN Worldwide networks during the week, send us a message via the tip box bottom right.
- CNN covered Haiti 4 times as much as any other cable news channel last week, according to a new survey released this week
- CNN International's Hala Gorani anchored her program, International Desk, from Port-au-Prince in Haiti this week. Chief International Correspondent, Christiane Amanpour, is also in the Haitian capital, and anchored her daily show live on location.
- New figures reveal that 2009 was a watershed year for CNN Digital.
- CNN International's Richard Quest was on the road all week and anchored his program, Quest Means Business, from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
- TV Newser reports on job losses after restructuring at CNN Radio.
- Mediaite’s Steve Krakauer chats with Anderson Cooper (via ICN)
- CNN International's Fionnuala Sweeney anchored her program, World 1, from Atlanta on Monday and Tuesday this week. The weeknight news show is normally anchored from CNN's London hub.
- Anderson Cooper buys a firehouse.
- CNN International launches a new monthly feature in February: iList
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