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John Berman in for Anderson Cooper AC360. Although not mentioned very often, I believe John is one of the better CNN anchors.
He has a nice and clear voice.


He and Alisyn Camerota are superb on New Day and such an improvement on the initial Cuomo/Boulduan pairing who are both particularly grating as anchors and never seemed to get on (whereas you can tell Berman and Camerota respect each other as colleagues).

Yeah I really agree with you, I love to watch New Day Very Happy There is a good chemistry between them. And I have nothing to complain on the way they host the show.
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Dutchview New member World News
Glad to see CNNI chooses for the Larry King tribute instead of Inside Africa Thumbs up
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London Lite Founding member London London
Glad to see CNNI chooses for the Larry King tribute instead of Inside Africa Thumbs up


A shame they didn't take the Kamala Harris CNN Films documentary either, CNNI is showing Quest's World of Wonder.
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bakamann London World News
Glad to see CNNI chooses for the Larry King tribute instead of Inside Africa Thumbs up


A shame they didn't take the Kamala Harris CNN Films documentary either, CNNI is showing Quest's World of Wonder.


CNN International already aired the Kamala Harris special when it was first aired, I think CNNI rarely have any repeat airings on CNN Special Report shows.
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Meridian AM Meridian (South) South Today
Glad to see CNNI chooses for the Larry King tribute instead of Inside Africa Thumbs up


A shame they didn't take the Kamala Harris CNN Films documentary either, CNNI is showing Quest's World of Wonder.


Unless it's for good reason (like the Larry tribute and breaking news), CNNI is obliged to air World of Wonder, Inside Africa, etc, because they are sponsored programmes which make money.
It will have been agreed with the sponsors that their programmes will air at particular times. CNN is a commercial business.
There was no reason for CNNI to air the Kamala documentary again instead of their own sponsored programme.
(Kamala documentary did air on CNNI last week, as part of the regular scheduled overnight US simulcast.)
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TMD_24 Anglia (East) Look East
Should also point that this normally happens when repeats of State Of The Union and GPS air a few hours after the original on Domestic, (It hasn't happened for the last few weeks but it's back to normal now) you get Inside Africa or World Sport instead.

Pamela Brown's first Newsroom show seemed to go well yesterday for her as she had an interview with a Republican that went viral.
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Does Graham Norton have Norton Security installed on his computer?

See ya all on TV Live Forum.
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bakamann London World News
I thought State of the Union will be now be presented by both Tapper and Bash, but I assume it's going to be alternate.

I think Dana Bash will be the presenter of State of the Union for today.
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Meridian AM Meridian (South) South Today
I thought State of the Union will be now be presented by both Tapper and Bash, but I assume it's going to be alternate.

I think Dana Bash will be the presenter of State of the Union for today.


Correct.
They are alternating and Bash will be today.
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BFGArmy Channel Channel Islands

Pamela Brown's first Newsroom show seemed to go well yesterday for her as she had an interview with a Republican that went viral.


Indeed it seemed a great interview - she strongly challenged him but in a calm manner and wasn’t constantly butting in which meant it became obvious the bloke didn’t know what he was talking about. I like her professional presenting style too so a thumbs up from me for her first Newsroom permanent slot.
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CallumF Central Reporting Scotland
Abby Philip is currently doing well on her first Sunday edition of Inside Politics.

However, given the recent promotions it's became more apparent how silly some of the roles at CNN (as well as other U.S. networks) are:

Chief Washington Correspondent - Jake Tapper
Chief Political Correspondent - Dana Bash
Chief Domestic Correspondent - Jim Acosta
Chief National Correspondent - John King
Chief White House Correspondent - Kaitlan Collins
Chief National Affairs Correspondent - Jeff Zeleny
Chief Congressional Correspondent - Manu Raju
Chief Political Analyst - Gloria Borger

Could anyone actually differentiate and explain all of the above titles? Confused

Think I prefer the BBC's way of organising titles/roles...
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Newsroom
Abby Philip is currently doing well on her first Sunday edition of Inside Politics.

However, given the recent promotions it's became more apparent how silly some of the roles at CNN (as well as other U.S. networks) are:

Chief Washington Correspondent - Jake Tapper
Chief Political Correspondent - Dana Bash
Chief Domestic Correspondent - Jim Acosta
Chief National Correspondent - John King
Chief White House Correspondent - Kaitlan Collins
Chief National Affairs Correspondent - Jeff Zeleny
Chief Congressional Correspondent - Manu Raju
Chief Political Analyst - Gloria Borger

Could anyone actually differentiate and explain all of the above titles? Confused

Think I prefer the BBC's way of organising titles/roles...


I think the only two that are confusing is Chief Domestic Correspondent and Chief National Correspondent, they are both the role surely?

I was also wondering whether John King loses his title as Chief National Correspondent as Acosta now holds that role?
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bakamann London World News
I noticed there's something different with CNN International's promos about Max Foster and Sanjay Gupta, I wonder what it is... hmm. Wink



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