Weekly Observations - week ending February 27, 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.
- Lola Martinez returned to CNN International this week. A former weather anchor for the network, Lola has been a freelancer since 2009. She will present weather bulletins across the CNNI schedule for around a month.
- Anderson Cooper interview.
- Ed Henry, CNN's Senior White House Correspondent, gets engaged. (h/t All Things CNN)
- Natalie Allen returned to anchor duties on CNN International this week. She had been off air for almost six weeks.
- CNN wins three Gracie awards.
- CNN International breached U.K. broadcast rules.
- How valuable is CNN to cable operators?
- CNN tops poll of "most trusted" for racial and cultural issues.
- CNN International launches new monthly feature series, "Earth's Frontiers"
Weekly Observations Poll
Earlier this week we learned that The Daily Show - Global Edition was no longer being aired on CNNI. We'd like to know what you think.
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