Weekly Observations - week ending April 15, 2012
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 unedited epithets raise questions about when to use unfiltered hate speech. (via Johnny $)
- CNN’s Anderson Cooper apologizes for segment on Polish holiday that upset local group.
- Newt Gingrich: 'CNN is less biased than Fox'.
- CNN International has lost its news ethos. (via Inside Cable News)
- Q&A: A few minutes with Christiane Amanpour.
- Judge in George Zimmerman case offers to recuse herself over husband’s ties to CNN analyst.
- Zite's acquisition by CNN proves not all takeovers are bad.
- Roger Ailes takes dig at Soledad O'Brien's name.
- Poppy Harlow joins CNN New York bureau.
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