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Saturday, June 27, 2009

Saturday's Scoop

Christiane Amanpour did an interview with The Women on the Web where she discusses the crisis in Iran, the role of women in the Iran conflict and many other topics. Click here for the article.

We received the following note as a comment on last week's blog. Thank you to the person who posted the comment! Here is the goodbye letter Alessio Vinci wrote to CNN

Dear friends and colleagues,

It's never easy to say good bye to a company like CNN; let alone when you have been working here for 20 years.

Nevertheless, I have decided to accept an offer to continue hosting a leading news and current affairs show on Italian Television. The decision was made all the more arduous by the fact that I'm leaving behind an amazing group of people with whom I have shared innumerable assignments around the world.

After such a long time at CNN, there are countless people to whom I will always be immensely grateful - at a professional and personal level. I can't possibly mention them all here.

But there are a few who I'd like to thank: Eli Flournoy and Kim Norgaard, the two guys with whom I started off back in 1990, when my accent was so thick I never dreamed I'd ever be allowed on-air!

Parisa Khosravi - who has believed in me from the very beginning and Tony Maddox who has always been understanding and supportive.

Finally, Hada and Alessandro with whom I shared my last few years.

The good thing about my new job is that I will always be based in Rome, with virtually no travel involved. That means, anytime any of you wish to come and visit I will always be here.

The best way to reach me is at:

[email address redacted]

Thank you all, once again, and please do stay in touch.

Ciao from Rome,


Congratulations to Dan Rivers, CNN's Bankok Correspondent, on the birth of Amelie Saffron Elizabeth Rivers (6lb 3oz)

Programming Note Reminder: Don Lemon will be hosting "CNN Presents: 'Man in the Mirror" today and tomorrow at 8pm, 11pm, and 2am.

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Anonymous said...

Phebe: I really resent having to post on ATC instead of ATA because of a few negative comments. I always signed whatever I wrote and was always respectful and I didn't mind the anons. In fact, most of them made it all the more interesting.
Personally I will really miss EM's
creative polls, games and quizes.
I have tried many times to create a Google Account and either it accepts my e-mail address and kicks back the password or just the opposite and then there's some writing quiz for human identification??? I already have two e-mail accounts and I really don't need a third. I'm certain others are having the same problem.
Since I am on this site, I do enjoy Don Lemon and wish him the best. Hope to see more of him.

Anonymous said...

I hope CNN reconsiders and actually airs
her program 5 nights a week in America
instead of just 1.

Phebe said...

@Kitzel, I'm sorry we had to take down anonymous comments at ATA.
Please reconsider setting up another google account, we will give you a hand if you email us. We'd love to have you back as a commenter at ATA.

Anonymous said...

Don Lemon, in my humble opinion, is breathing really hard down Anderson Cooper's neck. It may just be his time to really take it away and shine. Maybe the death of Michael Jackson will be his Katrina.