This week, we're starting a new feature that will help keep track of where some of the CNN reporters have been visiting, if only for a few hours.
Saturday, December 15, 2007
It certainly seemed like the Christmas cheer arrived early at CNN this year! On Monday, for instance, John King was showing off his tolerance for cold weather, which Kiran Chetry kids him about:
...then he "threatens" Kyra Phillips with a snowball on Tuesday:
But by Friday he was in the NY studio, where John Roberts asks him a tough question, but gets an honest answer:
Meanwhile, on Thursday Rick Sanchez announced this year's inductees to the Rock and Roll hall of fame, including the Dave Clark Five (or, as he says, the Dave Clark "Band") who inspire Rick to get his groove thang on:
Friday morning, Kiran critiques his moves during hour two of American Morning (while he is still safely asleep) and John Roberts tries very, very hard not to laugh:
...but then Kiran has to recant during hour three when she learns Rick's awake and watching. Whoops -- j/k, Rick!
Oh, Rick... I'm afraid that clip is going to be on speed dial in the control room for a long time, right along with your tazer one and Dave Mattingly's carp attack!
Above, CNN's newest International Correspondent, Wilf Dinnick, checked in from Dubai on Wednesday.
Sunday, Nic Robertson was still in Afghanistan; Miles O'Brien was in Oslo, Norway to see Al Gore awarded the Nobel Peace Prize; and Suzanne Malveaux was in Columbia, South Carolina with the Obama campaign.
Monday, Sean Calebs was in Colorado to cover the church shootings that happened the day before. John King was in Sioux City, Iowa but on Tuesday had moved on to Des Moines, then went to Johnstown, Iowa on Wednesday before heading back to New York on Thursday.
Gary Tuchman spent Tuesday in Marshalltown, Iowa, while Dana Bash started the day near Council Bluffs but then moved on to Des Moines later that day.
Phew! All that snow, all those airmiles... makes me glad I can just curl up in front of the fire and watch CNN in comfort! Have a great week, everyone!