A clearly sad John Vause just briefly announced the end of CNN Newsroom LA with today's edition.
There has been some justified criticism of the show, but it's a shame to see it go. In the past few weeks/months the show had become slightly less US politics dominated, and been all the better for it. More recorded reports/correspondent live shots as well rather than being dominated by panels and interviews. Some of the panels/guests have been good though, with different contributors than usually appear on other programmes, which had been one of the major positives. Some have since started appearing on other shows as well, so the 'legacy' of Newsroom LA will be around for a while
Newsroom LA just needed refocusing to a broader international news agenda IMO, focus on the quality rather than the quantity of the studio guests, especially on panels. Plus a new co-anchor to replace Isha. It would have been 'neater' for EMEA as well if it went back to five days a week, rather than being a Tue-Fri breakfast show
Shame as well that in the show's final few weeks, there has been a LA based male relief anchor for the first time - relatively new to CNN correspondent Nick Watt, who would make a good permanent relief anchor