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List of CNN anchors

The following is a list of notable current and past news anchors, correspondents, hosts, and meteorologists from the CNN, CNN International and HLN news networks.[1]

Contents

  • Executives 1
  • News anchors, correspondents, hosts, and meteorologists 2
  • Political analysts 3
  • Political contributors 4
  • Former anchors and reporters 5
  • References 6

Executives

  • Jeffrey L. Bewkes – Chairman of the Board and CEO, Time Warner Inc.
  • Keith Crofford – Executive Vice President of Adult Swim
  • Alan F. Horn – President and Chief Operating Officer of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
  • Ken Jautz – Executive Vice President of CNN, responsible for CNN/US
  • Michael Lazzo – Producer and the Senior Executive Vice President in charge of Adult Swim at Williams Street
  • Tony Maddox – Executive Vice President and Managing Director of CNN International
  • John Martin – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
  • Barry Meyer – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Warner Bros. Entertainment
  • Mark Pedowitz – President of The CW Television Network
  • Sam Register – VP of Creative Affairs Warner Bros. Animation
  • Mark Whitaker – Executive Vice President and Managing Editor of CNN Worldwide
  • Gerhard Zeiler – President, Turner Broadcasting System International
  • Jeff Zucker – President of CNN Worldwide

News anchors, correspondents, hosts, and meteorologists

Political analysts

Political contributors

Liberals:

Conservatives:

Former anchors and reporters

References

  1. ^ CNN Anchors and Reporters
  2. ^ Maria Cardona
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