Weekly Observations - week ending April 24, 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.
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- Kyra Phillips and John Roberts engaged.
- CNN marries content and commercials to retain viewers.
- Walton backs Klein to reverse CNN ratings slide.
- Caught up in the travel chaos caused by the Iceland volcano, CNN International's Richard Quest was stuck in New York this week. He anchored his program, 'Quest Means Business' from the streets of the Big Apple. Fellow London-based anchor, Fionnuala Sweeney, was also unable to fly home. Sweeney anchored the first edition of, 'International Desk', from the network's Atlanta headquarters (substituting for Isha Sesay).
- Is Larry King's CNN reign nearing end?
- Greta Van Susteren defends Larry King.
- Is this an indication Alexis Glick may soon be working for CNN?
- Illegal satellite TV in China brings CNN to the masses.
- Michael Holmes, host of CNN International's 'Back|Story', is on assignment in Afghanistan.
- Why Maria Bartiromo quit CNN in 1993.
- CNN International gets a new toy.
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