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Thursday, December 20, 2007

A Mixed Bag of CNN Goodies

CNN Newsroom anchor Heidi Collins served as emcee for the ASHP at the 42nd Annual Midyear Clinical Meeting in Las Vegas. Heidi served as emcee for the session in her role as spokesperson for National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. Collins exhorted pharmacists to learn more about celiac disease and the presence of gluten in medications.

To read about the Midyear Clinical Meeting, click here.


Attention Nancy Grace Fans

According to Nancy's show page on Nancy will be returning to her show from maternity leave on Monday January 7, 2008.


Jon Klein recently had an interview with the New York Observer. A couple of things caught my eye.

*Mr. Klein suggested that Campbell Brown’s new 8 p.m. show, set to debut in February, would compete by being “more talk-oriented,” by featuring fewer “formal pieces,” and by on occasion capitalizing on Ms. Brown’s sometimes-comic sensibility towards the news, à la Comedy’s Central The Daily Show. “Jon Stewart should not corner the market on innovative uses of tape,” said Mr. Klein. “He wishes he had access to the amount of material we get in every day.”

*Under Mr. Klein’s direction, CNN documentaries have married high-profile CNN reporters with equally high-profile subjects—Christiane Amanpour and religious fundamentalism, Campbell Brown and political attack ads, Anderson Cooper and the environment. Mr. Klein said he encourages his reporters to draw conclusions in their documentaries—an upshot of which, he acknowledged, is that CNN docs increasingly “step on some vested interests, and they do respond.”

To read the entire article. Click here.


Dr. Sanjay Gupta recently had an interview with the Detroit News where he talked about growing up in Michigan and his upcoming Impact Your World - Rescuing Youssif special. It is a great read and you can read it here.

~Well that is it for me until after Christmas. I want to wish all our reader a very Merry Christmas. All the best to you and yours during the time of peace on earth to all men!!!!~ Sapphire

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