Wonder what CNN will give precedent too in the hours ahead? The UK leaving the EU or the Impeachment trial? Presumably the EU but you never know with things as they have been lately...
The fact this is even being discussed shows how US centric CNN is. The impeachment trial which was never likely to see Trump leaving office is pretty much dead in the water now so Brexit proceedings should definitely be taking centre stage.
You’d like to think CNN may have their London team on-duty tonight (especially as simulcasts mean Bianca, Cyril, Isa and co barely do a full week of their usual shows) but goodness knows these days.
I’m not joining the Brexit Party or attending the brexit party in parliament square but @annastewartcnn is doing the latter. I’ll be having my own apolitical brexit party with Richard Quest from 10pm-midnight https://t.co/XNrlr5s0uy
A change from usual (at least for now) with International taking the lead on coverage of the Streatham incident - there's been many a time in the last year or to when Domestic has taken the lead on an International story.
And unsurprisingly the coverage by International is very good - Lynda Kinkade is doing a superb job. CNNI have some great anchors and she's definetely among them.
Personal🚨Transfer Deadline Day🚨news. From my first US assignment to my last show in studio 7, it’s been an amazing adventure but now my family is relocating to Singapore 🇸🇬. Thank you to my @cnn bosses, colleagues, friends and of course, our viewers✈️👋⚽️🤰#TransferDeadlineDaypic.twitter.com/6CB5sVOblP
Even after watcing CNN for several years, one thing I will never get is these 7 or 8-person strong panels. You're never going to get enough time to hear properly from all of them and it ends up with the presenter essentially having to play referee/moderator.