Sunday, June 06, 2010

Weekly Observations - week ending June 5, 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.

- Michael Ware speaks out on Australian radio.

- CNN veterans, Lou Waters and Flip Spiceland, weigh in on fixing CNN's ratings slump.

- PBS Newshour looks at CNN's 30 years. (via ICN)

- CNN gains exclusive access to relief rig in the Gulf.

- CNN International gears up for 2010 World Cup coverage.

- 3 letters, 48 hours, 1 logo - The story behind one of the world's most iconic logos.

- Wolf Blitzer offers optimism to NU grads.

- CNN turns 30 quietly.

- CNN International's Isha Sesay profiled.

- New York soccer team to be named after Wolf Blitzer.



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