Saturday, February 13, 2010

Weekly Observations - week ending February 13, 2010

This is our 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.

- The New launches on Monday.

- Andrew Brown, former Hong Kong-based correspondent for CNN International, has been awarded HK$55 million dollars in compensation for a botched medical operation in 2006. You can learn more of Brown's story from this 30 minute documentary: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

- Governor T.J. Holmes? CNN's weekend anchor reveals a possible move into politics after he's done with journalism.

- CNN's trial separation from AP.

- Anderson Cooper to deliver Reagan Forum talk.

- Ali Velshi pranked.

- CNN International's Hala Gorani interviewed on French radio (video).

- Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta returned to Haiti this week to continue reporting on the relief efforts from the devastating January 12 earthquake. International Correspondent David McKenzie heads to Haiti after spending a week at CNN Center. He replaces John Vause.

- CNN's moves to shift ratings.

Weekly Observations Poll
This week's poll is about CNN's coverage in Haiti. As mentioned previously, CNN's Anderson Cooper and Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta returned to Haiti earlier this week. We'd like to know what you think.



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