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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

CNN's New Evening Lineup Starting this Fall


CNN has unveiled a new evening lineup with anchors Erin Burnett, Anderson Cooper and Piers Morgan to launch this fall, it was announced today by Ken Jautz, executive vice president, CNN/U.S.

Beginning Aug. 8, CNN will broadcast its flagship nightly news program AC360, anchored by Anderson Cooper, live at 8pm and re-air it in its current timeslot of 10pm.

In the fall, CNN will premiere a new general news program with Erin Burnett, which will air at 7pm ET and re-air at 11pm ET. Piers Morgan Tonight will continue to air at 9pm and 12am ET.

John King USA will kick off the evening at 6pm. The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer will continue as a two-hour daily program, airing in a new time slot of 4-6pm. CNN Newsroom will now air from 9am-4pm. The full programming schedule is provided below.

“The new line-up showcases anchors who are experienced reporters in covering stories that span the globe,” said Jautz. “We created a nightly schedule that brings together the best of CNN’s journalism on a wide range of topics from politics and the economy to global and world events, as well the best newsmaker and celebrity interviews. This line-up ensures viewers access to the best of what CNN has to offer whenever they tune in at night.”

“I’m looking forward to the new time slot and am excited to share AC360 with a new audience at 8pm, while still connecting with my regular viewers at 10pm,” said Cooper.

CNN Fall Schedule (All times Eastern):

6a-9am: American Morning
9a-4pm: CNN Newsroom
4pm: Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
6pm: John King, USA
7pm: Erin Burnett
8pm: Anderson Cooper 360°
9pm: Piers Morgan Tonight
10pm: AC 360 re-air
11pm: Erin Burnett re-air
12am: Piers Morgan Tonight re-air


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38 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonders never cease. Wolf gets back his
original time period. John King moves to
6 PM. Erin Burnett gets 7 PM and 360 goes
to 8 PM. CNN must be trying to figure out
what to do with PMT. The show should be
on only on the weekends. CNN not having
a live show at 10 PM is a mistake.

Anonymous said...

Technically, the only prime time change is
360 moving to 6 and the canceling of ITA.
Leaving Piers Morgan in the lineup it a big
mistake. There is nothing new.

I agree with the new times for TSR JK, USA
EB & 360.CNN needs new shows at 9 & 10.
The time of the hour long celeb interview
show has long passed. Please CNN move on.
Wolf, John & Erin might improve the ratings
in their time slots. With some weakness on
MSNBC at 8 , it makes sense to move 360
up against that show but the rest of the
lineup is not going to work. Pretty much
after 8 there is no reason to watch CNN.

Anonymous said...

What. No George Stroumboulopoulos. Man.
CNN went to the dark side but the force is
with us. We are committed to getting CNN
to hire George and bring on Strombo each
night. Now right after 360. Anderson rocks
by the way. We will miss him doing breaking
news in the 10 spot.

Anonymous said...

CNN is stupid. If you look at Anderson's new show in some time slots on the West Coast Anderson will air at 5pm. (both shows are owned by the same company)

Anonymous said...

I don't like the idea of having one hour less of LIVE news, especially because at times Piers Morgan isn't live, so it's almost like having two hours less of LIVE broadcasting. I agree that Piers Morgan should move to weekends. New show every Saturday with a Sunday repeat. The 10PM slot should be given to Don Lemon. He has the #1 timeslot every weekend.

Anonymous said...

In agreement that Piers Moron should have been cancelled as well, and HE is next on the chopping block.
But who knows. AC is now Piers' lead in and Burnett is AC's lead in.
So now no one can point the finger and say my lead in isn't strong.
This was solid thinking on CNN's part.
You put the show that has the most viewers opposite Bill O'Reilly.
Will it help CNN?? Maybe.
No one can beat BO and CNN isn't trying to, but don't put weak shows opposite a powerhouse.
As for AC's talkshow....That's not their problem.

Anonymous said...

6PM is a terrible hour for John King.
Wolf Blitzer should have been restored to his original 3 hour slot and Erin Burnett should have been placed at 10PM.
Burnett will fail at 7PM and so will King.
Putting AC at the 8PM hour is a waste and AC probably would have much preferred to stay at 10PM.
And did someone forget CNNI??
Why not a slot for international news at the noon hour?
I think I will apply for Ken Jautz's job. Don't laugh. You never know.

Anonymous said...

360 won't fare very well up against the 3 O's - sounds to me like they're setting it up for cancellation. And no live programming at 10 is ridiculous.

Anonymous said...

There are a lot of programs that will begin fall programming at the 8:00 p.m. slot in September. AC360 will have more competition than just Fox news, which is enough to wipe out his ratings. I honestly don't expect Anderson to stay at CNN very long, and with the way daytime TV is going, he stands a good chance of not being on there for very long either. Disappointing that there will be no 10 p.m. news.

Anonymous said...

Agree with the commentor who said that new shows start in September and the networks have their new fall line up like DWTS.
That starts at 8 and so does Idol so where does that leave AC?
AC let it be known that he was interested in daytime TV and that openend the door for management to shuffle him around.
He no longer was all that interested in just "hard news."
This is mere speculation, but management might have been really disappointed in AC's daytime decision.

Anonymous said...

Wow I'm surprised not a lot of gloating that ITA got the ax? I dont know, but I was really liking that show. I thought Spitzer did fine and really was coming to his own. I know I'm in the minority, but I did like his show. Oh well. Lets see if the new line up works and bring higher ratings. I doubt it. CNN will probably just stay on this level ratings wise no matter what they do. When it comes to breaking news and big events like elections and stuff like the Casey Anthony trial, it will get great ratings. But day to day, it will never be in the lead again as so much of news is now opinated fare these days.

Anonymous said...

Eliot Spitzer signed off for the final time tonight, did anyone see it? There will be rotating anchors on In The Arena until Anderson Cooper 360ยบ takes over on August 8th. The reason for the change in the evening lineup was to showcase anchors who were "experienced reporters in covering stories that span the globe," as stated by CNN's executive vice president. Ummmm, so doesn't that mean they should get rid of Piers Morgan? It's just a big, unorganized headache.

Anonymous said...

Some observations :

Anderson Cooper & 360 are too valuable to CNN.
There is no way CNN will can 360. Being that
360 is the highest rated show for CNN it kinda
makes sense to move 360 to 8 PM. CNN needs
to edit the 10 PM to make it different so 360
can still gain viewers for CNN for the hour.
Just last week someone said something about
adding the bump music and recording some
segments with Isha & Anderson and the 360
staff to give the 2nd hour a flow.

Will Isha be doing live news cut-ins as
she has done in the past. CNN does not
want to lose 360 at 10. So why not make
it sort of like a late night show with a news
twist. If CNN starts realtime editing all
during the 8 PM edition of 360. they will
have something fresh for 10. Use music
to make the show look different and add
the staff sharing interesting news items
and stories and talking about viral videos
or just cool stuff. Come on help Erin
Burnett out at 11.

Piers Morgan has got to be on thin ice. His
show does not fit the line up. The fact that
CNN is using 360 bookends tells me that
CNN is trying to get 360 viewers to watch
Piers. Not gonna happen.CNN got rid of 1
problem but kept the other.It is possible
that CNN is eyeing a replacement for Piers.
CNN viewers already know about Piers and
they don't like what they see.CNN is going
too far with the Piers promos again. At this
point it is doing more harm than good. It
reminds viewers of what they don't like
about CNN.

There is potential for 360 at 8. Before
Casey Anthony HLN was tanking. The Last
Word can struggle at times and can be
boring. With a daytime talk show Anderson
can pitch 360 to some new people. Time
Warner is involved in both shows.


It is very possible that none of this is carved
in stone. CNN will fill the heat for not being
live at 10 PM. There is already criticism. If
you are saying you are committed to news,
why can't you be live at 10 PM.

Who will replace ITA until August 8. Spitzer
signed off last night. Will we see Don Lemon
or Tj Holmes for a little bit ? It is way past
time for CNN to give them an opportunity
in prime time.It can't be worse than Spitzer.
If he can be on CNN in prime time , why
can't Don & Tj ?

Anonymous said...

@12:36AM: Everyone is replaceable and we are not all nine years old.
No bump music at 10:00.
People go to bed at that time and those are viewers you want to attract.
Look at the competition at 10:00.
Greta will still win the ratings and Ed Shultz supported labor and he has a loyal audience and so does Greta.
Although you make some interesting points, CNN and 360 have problems with loyalty.
They don't know who they are or what they want and sometimes neither does the anchor.

Anonymous said...

Okay, so CNN Newsroom is losing an hour. Hopefully that change will include the simulcasting of International Desk.

Anonymous said...

August 8 is a month from now. For the time
being at 8 CNN should test a women's news
show with Erin Burnett, Isha Sesay, Alina Cho,
Jennifer Del Gado & the female sports anchor.
Get viewers used to Erin and they will be able
to see that she fits well with the CNN family.
It would be a great to introduce Erin to CNN
viewers who might not even know who she is
and might just look forward to seeing her new
show later this year. In some 48 hrs CNN could
get this show on the air. The talent is already
there. They are used to the news. If CNN
targets women, they will be rewarded. just
use women's related songs to open, close
and all during the show. Just imagine a song
like Natural Woman from Aretha opening a
news show and closing with Amos Lee's
Arms Of A Woman as a closer. Mark my words
CNN would have a hit. What do they have to
lose until Anderson takes over for the hour.
Use Face Book. Twitter and a companion
blog to help build an audience for Erin .
All day long have Erin drop hints about what
is coming up on the show with Erin & Co,
but you will not get any names or segments
until you see them unfold right before your
eyes. Let's say someone has an interview
with Hillary.. You don't say her name. You
drop hints by using her bio. Don't even
tease what is coming up on the show. Say
something like we will be right back.CNN
needs to start building Erin's audience now.
Let me be clear : It is Erin's show and she
is the star. Giving viewers the chance to get
used to her will benefit CNN. If this show
works why not have Erin & C) on at 10 PM
instead of tape until August 8 as well.CNN
better not botch Erin's rollout. This is a
way to transition her into the CNN line up.

Anonymous said...

360 makes millions for CNN and is one of the
most profitable cable news shows because of
the demos in comparison to all other cable
news shows. CNN has to never utter the words
in the arena again. Call the show something
else until 360 starts to come on at 8 PM. Make
no mistake about this move it is all about the
demo. Mainly those 18-49 yr olds that the
advertisers really want. This age group is just
not into BOR or Last Word. CNN is going for
the money. Anderson does not have to beat
BOR in viewers. It is all about the demo, which
is how they make money.

Anonymous said...

I forgot to say don't give the name of the songs
either. I can tell you from personal experience
that a song featured on Degrassi or Hung on
HBO rockets to the top of I-Tunes. People are
heavily active on the web searching for the names
of theses songs. It always seems there is a video
on Youtube. Right now Degrassi is using the song
Steal Your Heart by Augustsana for the new season.
Earlier this year Degrassi used Mark Boone's The
Sky Is Breaking Up Jim. For the Degrassi finale
it was Philip LaRue's Don't Be Deceived. When
Hung used Bill Callahan's Jim Cain for the
ending of Hung, social media was on fire with
people searching for the name of the song.
Also, I meant Erin & CO. The music is used to
create buzz it is called Marketing 101. Last
night there was a discussion between John
and Isha about the situation with Roy Williams
and his girlfriend and the 75,000 engagement
ring he want's back. That was a priceless 360
moment.

Anonymous said...

For real. CNN had better not be playing with
viewers. I am still a little skeptical about the
commitment to news. Great CNN is going with
Wolf Blitzer, John King, Erin Burnett & Anderson.
All wonderful journalists but is this really the
road that CNN is taking. I hear so much talk of
how people have tired of both FNC and MSNBC
and how they wish there was an alternative.

While my patience has been wearing thin with
CNN these days, I am interested in the new
line up. Beck is no longer on Fox. That means
the viewer/demo numbers will drop some
for all of the shows on Fox. The demo is more
likely to be lower than 300,000. So putting
Wolf on from 4-6 is a good move.IMHO JK
will be better at 6. MSNBC is weak at that
hour with one crappy show. CNN should be
much bolder. I say test that show with Erin
up against Rachel Maddow at 9 and find out
what works to put together her upcoming show.
Move Piers Morgan to 11. Prime in the summer
should be Anderson Cooper, Erin Burnett ,
the female journalists ensemble and the fine
journalists at CNN properties. CNN needs to
introduce Erin to as large an audience as
possible. Have 2 real live shows. CNN could
test this until September. CNN needs women
in the real prime time period. Fox has Greta,
MSNBC has Rachel. C'mon CNN this is a no
brainer. I have a feeling that both Fox &
MSNBC would fear Erin and the girls more. It's
a real disappointment that a high profile female
journalist can't break the glass ceiling that is
CNN prime time. Yet Eliot Spitzer got the lead
show in prime time with zero tv experience. Can
the management at CNN do anything right.


From the times I have watched Erin on tv, she
has a much better personality and does not
come across as an absolute jerk. I bet they
get higher numbers than Piers.If you are going
with a news show at 8. Why follow that up
with a celebrity interview show. CNN messed
up here. They thought Larry was getting old
and that was why his ratings were down. No.
It is time to drop the hour celebrity interview.
It is more about the type of show.No matter
how hard CNN tries an extreme makeover for
Piers Morgan it won't work. Eliot Spitzer, Piers
Morgan have just about destroyed CNN. Start
with a clean slate in prime so that Anderson
and Erin can escape disaster. Leaving Piers
in the picture is not a smart move. AC & Erin
help to dampen the criticism about CNN
not being live at 10 but at least they are
doubling down on their real journalists.CNN
could test things out all summer live and Fox
and MSNBC won't be able to react. They will
stick with their lineups while CNN looks fresh.

The only other ones I know are Isha because
of 360 and Alina Cho, reports for AM. Are the
other 2 on CNN International.

Anderson Cooper will get way higher ratings
than Eliot Spitzer. Let's be real here. CNN
needs to stop the bleeding like last year. 360
is a quick fix for some upset advertisers who
bought time on CNN at 8 and they likely are
not too interested in advertising on PMT. CNN
has no choice. It does seem like 360 has a lot
more commercials these days. It's the only
thing CNN has going for it.

Anonymous said...

CNN is already running 360 back to back.
On Tuesday it won the demo for both hrs
with John King. 360 will do just fine. Okay,
CNN is moving to fix prime time but what
about American Morning. Horrible ratings
on Tuesday according to Tv by the Numbers.
Does this mean the anchor lineup for The
News Room changes ? CNN still has some
major problems. There have been times
when 360 has topped Bill O' Reilly. Nancy
Grace is the only other person outside FNC
to top Bill O'Reilly. CNN just wants 360 to
be a solid 2nd. Keith never beat Bill.AC
has. It is going to be interesting to see if
Anderson gets close in the demo.

Anonymous said...

You can't make this stuff up. Piers Morgan
used to edit News Of The World. Guess what
CNN loves the tabloids so much they hired
him. Watch his name come up in the scandal.
CNN drop this guy like a bad habit. CNN is
not serious about journalism and they know
it. If they were, Piers Morgan would have
been canceled too.

Anonymous said...

One of 360's producers is leaving the show to get on board with the 'Anderson' team. If more 360 staffers jump ship, I guess that might give us an idea what 360's real future at CNN may be.

Anonymous said...

John King got a 769 on Wednesday in totals.
The NEWS IS THE STAR.
The topic was Casey Anthony as was the topic on Thursday.
THE NEWS IS THE STAR.
It matters not who reports it. If viewers are interested in the subject matter, they will watch.
THE NEWS IS THE STAR.
I hope Ken Jautz reads this phrase over and over because he is quoted as saying that the news wasn't. Idiot.

Anonymous said...

Anon 1:24 you raise a great point. Why didn't
CNN go will real journalists in prime time ? In
theory, you might also be right about 5 PM
as well as the 6 PM show now on MSNBC.
Wolf is on vacation this week but FNC only
had 201,000 in the demo with a little over
1 million viewers. Keep an eye out to see
if this continues. Lawrence O'Donnell only
had 679,000 viewers and 187,000 in the
demo. Lawrence has been trending down.
Of course these are yesterday's ratings and
you can't tell a lot but just keep an eye out
for certain things. Right now HLN is the big
winner with Casey Anthony but that will
fade over time. Ironically, PMT went down
from ITA and we have to take a closer look
because there might actually be some nights
when ITA beat PMT in the demo and even
viewers. Kid Rock was on with him last
night and the ratings 517,000/191,000.
PMT ratings are not about the lead in. If
he is going down form the previous hour,
that doesn't just fly. Of course 360 was
the top show on CNN with 769,000 and
311,000 in the demo. PMT can't go on
much longer. He is not helping CNN. 360
could be the alternative to all of the others.
Also, you are right about Erin. Let people
see her in action and interacting with other
CNN personalities. We are concerned about
the bland description CNN gave for her
show. Yawn. At this point could the ladies
be any worse for CNN. Probably not. It
would be good for Erin to start building
an audience before her official launch.
CNN could use a different approach and
that is definitely a different rollout for a
show. It beats her sitting down for a
typical intro interview and sub anchoring
on another CNN show. This would be a
much bolder approach and would without
a doubt generate some much needed
positive buzz for CNN. How could you
criticize a group of smart female reporters.

Anonymous said...

Anderson and 360 are both a part of Time
Warner so some people moving to Anderson
is not that big of a deal. Time Warner wants
both shows to be successful. It's only fair
for those 360 staffers to have the chance to
get off the nightshift. it appears Anderson
has been on Twitter today. He has been in
Cuba for 60 Minutes. He has tweeted about
360 coming on at 8 PM. Keep in mind that
you can watch one show and DVR another.
You don't have to physically sit at the tv.
Those days are gone and not coming back.
I'm convinced those DVR are pretty good for
360. They remind viewers about this during
the show and with 360 being on earlier at
8 PM that is more time for viewers to watch
as opposed to watching the DVR at midnight.
I use the DVR all of the time. It's the best.
Because of the DVR I don't have to miss 360.
I have to remember to reset mine to make
sure I catch the new hours of 360. CNN is
hoping 360 can reverse the recent ratings
slide. With the exception of 360 , CNN is
going downhill in prime time. They do have
to stop the bleeding. 360 is the right choice.
Good luck Team 360. You guys do a great
job bring us the news.

Anonymous said...

Hell Yeah. Bring on the ladies at 9 on
CNN for the summer. Seriously, would
anyone miss Piers Morgan. Like the
extreme makeover analogy. CNN has
been doing that all along trying to sell
us a tabloid journalist. Move Morgan
from the daily prime time lineup. At
some point the suits have to stop
screwing things up for CNN.

Anonymous said...

I can say right now that if Erin Burnett and Rachel Maddow ever go head to head, I'm going to have to go with Rachel.

CNN needs more diversity in their prime time line up.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't Erin Burnett, Isha Sesay,Alina Cho &
the 2 others from CNN International just scream
diversity loudly. CNN has a rare opportunity to
actually have a true groundbreaking news show.
For once CNN would be ahead of the competition
and not behind. Erin Burnett solo will flop. Been
there done that. Don't mean to sound mean but
that will be the reaction.

Anonymous said...

I hope the bosses at CNN really read this blog.
You guys are way ahead of everyone else. CNN
blew it this lineup is already drawing some hard
criticism for a lack of diversity.

You guys care enough about CNN to visit this
blog and speak up. CNN must be something
special for all of you.

I hope CNN takes the suggestion on the group
of diverse ethnic women journalists. CNN is
blowing it big time yet again. Why do they
have a problem with minority journalists. it
is a troubling pattern. Last time around
Rachel Sklar hammered CNN for this and
they do it all over again. Now the NAACP &
organizations of journalists are expressing
their concerns. In 2011 how could a news
organization like CNN have a problem with
giving minority journalists a shot in prime
time. The word boycott is being tossed
around. CNN is ruined it they don't fix this.
They knew what happened last time and
they did it again. I guess someone in the
management has a sign that says no
minority journalists on CNN in prime time.
We believe in stereotypes they could never
comprehend the news or have a serious
discussion or be informed about issues.
CNN has just set itself up for an epic
failure and they bought it on themselves.

Anonymous said...

I'm upping the ante. Now I say Isha Sesay,
Alina Cho, Jennifer Del Gado & the female
sports anchor from CNN I. I came up with
this concept because I notice the lack of
diversity in cable news. Already I've read
posts on this topic on Mediaite, TVN &
The Root. Now I see that this is a really
big issue and something has to be done.

I don't want money or a job at CNN. This
is a bigger issue. I have no problem with
CNN turning the concept into a prime time
news show. Only if there is a big political
story should politics be a part of the show.
The reason being I have noticed something.
Women of all ethnic backgrounds consume
a lot of news but are largely ignored. How
is it that 52 % of the population is invisible
to 24/7 news channels in prime time.

This is all I ask of CNN. Commit to having
this show in prime time for 3 years. This
has been a project of mine for quite some
time,which is why I was able to post the
details. There is much more that I held
back and this is only part of the concept.
I've even been researching the music. I
feel the music featured on the show should
be very diverse and an eclectic mix of songs.
Please CNN consider this. Now I know the
people who run CNN are probably saying
who do I think I am. Fair enough but I
challenge you to prove me wrong. I strongly
believe in the show concept and have no
doubts about the impact or success.

Anonymous said...

Anon 2:44 PM you are wasting your time. CNN
could do this if they really wanted to. They would
much rather have a tabloid journalist on for the
hour and not a history-maker. That just is not
CNN these days. Personally, I agree with your
challenge. but it aint gonna happened because
it is CNN. A lousy celebrity interview show with
zero value will never be canceled in prime time.
CNN is really not committed to the news period.
They are just trying to fake us out. I hope their
feet is held to the fire on this.

Anonymous said...

I am so looking forward to Anderson Cooper's
daytime talk show. AC has a YouTube channel
with clips about the show. It sounds great and
I look forward to the premiere on Sept 12.

It is going to be interesting to see what happens
with 360 being on at 8. Last night 360 had some
996,000 viewers; at some point of the show he
was well over a million when you get numbers
like that for an hour. 446,000 in the demo. Now
it seems like viewers are used to tuning in to
CNN at 10 PM . His numbers go up from his
lead in. The numbers for the 2nd hr were
690,000/326,000.I am convinced that is the
real reason CNN is moving his show to 8. CNN
is hoping he get more than 1 million viewers
and around 50 % of his audience being 18-49.
They are hoping that the daytime show will
introduce him to a new audience who might
decide to check out 360.I really hope CNN
is more committed to news than celebrities.
That said, this is also about CNN hoping
AC will boost PMT. I hope viewers wise up
and turn the channel. If we don't watch
PMT it will go away.

Anonymous said...

CNN has no idea how to talk about the economy.
What proof does John King have that Obama will
not be re-elected and the Republican will just
waltz into the office. BS. Warren Buffett is right.
There is no election until next year. Also, I have
read some articles saying there is just a lack of
jobs in America. There is also a skills shortage.
All CNN can think about is politics and who wins
and loses. Everyone at CNN needs to be out of
work.CNN idiots no one who is unemployed is
thinking about the politics of this. That helps
no one. The worst political team on television
hands down. Were is the proof that the GOP
wins the WH. There is none and CNN knows
it. It is just pure speculation because they
back the spending cuts and the tea party.
CNN is pushing the tea party agenda.

Anonymous said...

I too, would vote for Rachel Maddow as opposed to Erin Burnett and CNN had the chance to hire Maddow and they didn't choose to do it. Shame on them.
I would watch her, not because of the diversity issue, but simply because she's just better.
Those that are arguing the diversity issue are right, but how many minorites actually watch the news?? I don't often support CNN, but I'm quite certain that the demos show which ethnicities watch and when it comes to the three cablers, most minoirties don't watch them. More than likely they go with the networks.

Anonymous said...

One of the biggest lies out there is that women,
Latinos,Blacks & Asians don't watch news. CNN
can only grow by attracting a more diverse group
of viewers. Younger viewers are more ethnically
diverse. This could be billions for CNN. All of
the groups are invisible as hosts in prime time
on CNN. Big mistake. Yes a diverse group of
smart female journalists can beat Rachel and
be one of the highest rated shows in cable.CNN
has some very talented female journalists. it
is not like they have to go out and hire anyone.
CNN is more diverse than the others but you
would never know if you watch in prime time.
Ironically, all of the names mentioned already
work for CNN. So what is so hard about getting
them in front of the camera. Isn't the staff
for In The Arena still there. I am sure they
would like to have jobs. Don't forget the
women at CNN Espanol as well.

Anonymous said...

Hope you get their attention. It has long
been a problem in cable news. You are
right the latest census figures is not on
CNN's side to just have white males in
prime time.

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't it be kinda scary for Anderson Cooper
to hand off breaking news to Piers Morgan. The
idiot tweeted about how great a newspaper that
News Of the World was. He cares nothing about
CNN. Simon Cowell pulled a good one on CNN.

Anonymous said...

"Billions of Latinos" is quite an impressive made up number.
Did it ever occur to you, that Latinos watch the news in Espanol??
Most Latinos I know watch Spanish news broadcasts, NOT CNN.
No one said "they" didn't watch the news.
"THEY" just prefer to watch in their native language.