Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Announces New Lead Homepage Editor

CNN has announced a new hire for the network's website. Tenny Tatusian is joining CNN's web division as lead homepage editor.

CNN Press Release: On the heels of CNN’s presentation on what’s next for CNN Digital last night, VP and managing editor of Meredith Artley has announced that Tenny Tatusian is joining the site as the lead homepage editor. Tatusian will be in charge of the overall messaging and tone for one the most-trafficked home pages on the web.

Tatusian joins from the LA Times, where she was most recently associate editor for She joins a handful of other recent hires in 2010:

- Bryan Monroe, editor of
- Amy Cox, World editor (launched Freedom Project blog last week)
- Amar Bakshi, World producer (launched Global Public Square last week)
- Dan Gilgoff, Religion editor responsible for Belief Blog
- Kristi Keck Ramsay, Weekend editor

And we’re just getting started!

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Anonymous Anonymous said... could use an upgrade.

10:41 AM  
Blogger Dustin said...

Do you have any suggestions?

11:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CNN needs to make the experience more
interactive like a video version of Flip mag.
Video or pics should be accompanied with
all categories and not just words Provide
video snipets of the reports being filed by
reporters all day long and say when you
can see it on CNN. Real time updates for
breaking news. For example. have the pics
& video constantly change every 15 mins.
Also, take what is happening in Israel
with the blast this morning. Just have
people make a frame grab from video
and have 3 or 4 sentences to animate
as you read the sentences. First sentece
over video : Blast in Israeli bus station.
Second 30 injured, Next no deaths reported.
Ending with stay tune for more updates
or conncect to the full report by clicking
on the full story icon on the video.Right
now it is not viewer user friendly

11:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They should have trailers each day for
the shows highlighting what viewers
will see on all of the CNN shows.

8:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have full episodes of 360 and other shows
available after they air live. ABC is doing
this with Nightline and it is probably has
something to do with Nightline beating
Leno & Letterman.

8:03 AM  

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