Weekly Observations - week ending July 10, 2011
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 that we've covered that may need a second look.
- CNN’s Ken Jautz on network’s new lineup: ‘first rate reporting, wide range of opinions’.
- Why CNN canned Eliot Spitzer: 6 theories.
- Inside Cable News takes a detailed look at why CNN Domestic's upcoming prime time shuffle is fraught with risk.
- NAACP not pleased with CNN lineup changes.
- CNN International continues in top spot as the advertising choice to reach Europe’s elite.
- Behind-the-scenes with CNN producer on royal tour.
- Former CNN anchor Kitty Pilgrim breaks down new book 'The Explorer's Code'.
- Chinese firm demands CNN apology for century egg slur.
- CNN to broadcast Cityscape Egypt.
- CNN's Jessica Yellin on Journalism and Covering the White House. (via: ICN)
- Jonathan Berr: "Time Warner must make CNN more like Fox News"
- Georgian authorities deny reports on paying for CNN series.
Labels: Weekly Observations