Record of CNN anchors

The next is an inventory of current and previous information anchors, correspondents, hosts and meteorologists from the CNN information community.

Current anchors, correspondents, hosts and meteorologists

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Political Contributors

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Conservatives:

Political Analysts

Previous anchors and hosts

  • Bonnie M. Anderson – Former CNN Worldwide correspondent, Anchor, VP of recruiting at CNN
  • Christiane Amanpour-At present anchor of ABC Information’s This Week, former CNN chief worldwide correspondent
  • Aaron Arispe Jr.—Now a NFL Soccer Participant
  • Aaron Arispe Sr.—Retired
  • Aaron Brown—Now professor at Walter Cronkite College of Journalism and Mass Communication
  • Campbell Brown-Left in 2010
  • Jason Dasey-Now govt producer and host at Astro, Asian satellite tv for pc community
  • Adrian Finighan—Arrange Finighan Media, presently often freelance for CNN
  • Andrea Fleischer
  • Al Hunt—Now with Bloomberg Tv
  • Andrea Koppel—Is now with M+R Strategic Companies in Washington, DC
  • Steve Kosch—www.thevideoeditor.com
  • Sachi Koto—Left in 2005
  • Lawrence Kudlow—Now with CNBC
  • Bob Kurtz—First sports activities anchor, now a Christian minister
  • Greg LaMotte—Now with KULR-TV, Billings, Montana
  • Larry LaMotte—Deceased
  • Nicole Lapin—Launched with disbanding of CNN.com, now with CNBC anchoring Worldwide Change
  • Denise LeClair—An unique CNN anchor and first Headline Information anchor
  • Christopher Lee—Washington DC college scholar contributions—now with Washington Submit
  • Mark Leff—Now a Journalism professor on the E.W. Scripps College of Journalism at Ohio College
  • Lee Leonard—Now at CN8
  • Carol Lin—Left 2006-12-30
  • Kirsten Lindquist—Actual property agent in California
  • Stuart Loory
  • Bob Lorenz—Now major studio anchor and host, Yankees Leisure & Sports activities Community (YES Community), New York Metropolis.
  • Bob Losure—www.boblosure.com
  • Bettina Lüscher—Now a spokesperson for the World Meals Programme[1]
  • Tumi Makgabo
  • Alphonso Van Marsh
  • Deborah Marchini – now with http://www.thejanhopkinsgroup.com
  • Miguel Marquez—Now with ABC Information
  • Molly McCoy
  • Ann McDermott
  • Dennis Michael
  • Dave Michaels—Retired
  • Don Miller
  • Tom Mintire
  • Jim Moret—Now with Inside Version and professor at UCLA
  • Valerie Morris—Poised to host a monetary literacy programme aimed toward lady and other people with color
  • Anand Naidoo—Now with Al Jazeera English
  • Brian Nelson—Now Boeing Communications Director At Kennedy Area Middle
  • Arthel Neville—Morning anchor at KSWB-TV in San Diego
  • Lucia Newman—Now with Al Jazeera English as a correspondent based mostly in Buenos Aires
  • Betty Nguyen—Now with CBS
  • Lucy Noland—Now at KHOU-TV In Houston
  • Bryan Norcross—Now with CBS
  • Robert Novak—Deceased
  • Miles O’Brien — Launched with the closure of the Sci-Tech group
  • Mosheh Oinounou—Washington DC college scholar contributions—now with Fox Information
  • Joe Oliver
  • Patti Paniccia
  • Christina Park—Now at WNYW-FOX
  • Dan Patrick—Now not with ESPN as of 2007-08-17
  • Natalie Pawelski—Now not energetic
  • Veronica Pedrosa—Now with Al Jazeera English
  • Kathy Pepino
  • Cheryl Potts
  • Elaine Quijano—Now with CBS
  • Sohail Rahman—Now with Al Jazeera English
  • Dallas Raines—Now with KABC-TV, Los Angeles
  • Gene Randall—Now media advisor
  • Shihab Rattansi—Now with Al Jazeera English
  • Maria Ressa—Now Head of Information and Public Affairs, ABS-CBN, Philippines
  • Hugh Riminton—Now senior political correspondent at Community Ten
  • Susan Rook—Retired
  • Sonia Ruseler—Now not energetic
  • Lynne Russell—Now with CBC/Radio-Canada, anchoring for CBC Newsworld
  • Sasha Salama— Now with http://www.thejanhopkinsgroup.com
  • Rick Sanchez—Fired (as a result of controversial feedback.)
  • Andrea Sanke—Now with France24 English
  • Daniel Schorr—Deceased
  • Debi Segura
  • Frank Sesno—Now with George Washington College and a particular contributor to CNN
  • Bella Shaw—Now doing infomercials
  • Bernard Shaw—Retired
  • Mark Shields—At present seems on The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
  • Claire Shipman—Now with ABC Information
  • Orelon Sidney
  • Daniel Sieberg—Now with CBS Information
  • Kate Snow—Now with NBC Information
  • Martin Soong—Now with CNBC Asia
  • Flip Spiceland—Now with WXIA-NBC
  • Hannah Storm—Joined ESPN in 2008.
  • Linda Stouffer—Now a correspondent on WSB-TV in Atlanta, GA
  • Kathleen Sullivan
  • John Sununu
  • Sherri Sylvester
  • Cal Thomas—Now with Fox Information Channel
  • Owen Thomas—Now with BBC
  • Andrea Thompson
  • Invoice Tush—Now freelance reporter
  • Greta Van Susteren—Now host of On the Document with Greta Van Susteren on Fox Information Channel
  • Stuart Varney—Now an anchor on the Fox Enterprise Community
  • Lyn Vaughn
  • Alessio Vinci—Now internet hosting his new present on Italian TV
  • Robert Vito
  • Valerie Voss
  • Dave Walker—Now with KCRA-TV and KQCA-TV; husband of former CNN alum Lois Hart
  • Kelly Wallace—Now with CBS Information
  • Lou Waters
  • Ralph Wenge—Retired, dwelling in Rhode Island
  • Harris Whitbeck
  • Liz Wickersham
  • Mary Alice Williams—Now with WCBS Information Radio
  • Judy Woodruff—Bloomberg Tv) and PBS
  • Van Earl Wright—Did sports activities updates for CNN Headline information within the 80’s and NBC American Gladiators in 2008
  • Paula Zahn—Resigned from the community July 24, 2007;[1] joined Discovery Communications in 2009.
  • Sami Zeidan—Now with Al Jazeera English
  • Andrew Holtz—Writer of “The Medical Science of Home, M.D.” web site HoltzReport.com
  • Richard LuiMSNBC
  • Invoice Hemmer—Now with Fox Information Channel
  • Valerie Moris— Now with http://www.thejanhopkinsgroup.com
  • Bob Cain—Retired
  • Bob Franken – MSNBC Contributor & Blogger at Politics Every day
  • Bobbie Battista—Launched www.Atamira.com, now with RL.television on “Every day Café”, www.bobbiebattista.com
  • Brian Jenkins
  • Charles Bierbauer
  • Chris Burns—Now with Bloomberg Tv
  • Chris Curle
  • Connie Chung
  • D.L. Hughley—Left after the top of the primary season of his self-titled present
  • Dan Dorfman—Now a columnist for the New York Solar
  • Daryn Kagan—Now an writer, movie producer, and creator and host of the inspirational information web site DarynKagan.com
  • Dave Cotton—Did sports activities updates for CNN Headline Information within the 90’s. At present morning anchor for KHQ-TV in Spokane, WA.
  • David French
  • David Goodnow
  • Dennis Kirkpatrick
  • Don Farmer
  • Don Harrison—Deceased
  • Donna Kelley—Now Govt Producer at KBZK-TV, Bozeman, Montana
  • Dr. Sonya Friedman
  • Eric Gershawn
  • Erica Hill—Now with CBS
  • Fred Hickman—Now with ESPN
  • Glenn Beck—Now with Fox Information Channel, previously with HLN
  • Gordon Graham
  • Graeme Joffe—Sports activities presenter for 94.7 Highveld Stereo Johannesburg South Africa
  • James Hattori—Now with NBC Information
  • Jan Hopkins—Now unbiased advisor, http://www.thejanhopkinsgroup.com
  • Jane Akre
  • Jane Arraf—Now with NBC Information
  • Jane Dutton—Now with Al Jazeera English
  • Jane King
  • Jason Bellini—Now with Emblem
  • Jeff Flock—Now a reporter for the Fox Enterprise Community; was considered one of this community’s unique personalities
  • Jeff Greenfield—Now with CBS Information
  • Jeff Koinange—Left in Could 2007, now with Kenya’s K24 Channel
  • Jennifer Eccleston
  • Jesse Jackson—Now a president for Rainbow/PUSH
  • Jill Brown
  • Jillian Badanes—Washington DC college scholar contributions—now with Washington Instances
  • Jim Huber
  • John Holliman—Deceased
  • Joie Chen—Now with CBS Information
  • Jonathan Freed—Now a communications govt. At present Division Head, Media Relations/PR for Aflac
  • Kathleen Hays—Now with Bloomberg Tv
  • Kathleen Kennedy—Left the community in 2007
  • Katie Couric—Now main anchor with CBS Information
  • Kelli Enviornment–Now instructing at Sam Houston State College in Texas
  • Leon Harris—Now with WJLA-TV-ABC
  • Lois Hart—Now with KCRA-TV and KQCA-TV; spouse of former CNN alumni Dave Walker
  • Lou Dobbs—Hosts Lou Dobbs Radio on United Stations Radio Networks
  • Lyn Brown—(1984–1988)
  • Lynne Cheney—former Second Girl of the US of America
  • Maria Hinojosa—Now with Now on PBS
  • Martyn Jeanes
  • Monica McNeal
  • Michael Kinsley
  • Mike Boettcher—Now with NBC Information
  • Mike Chinoy—Now with Pacific Council on Worldwide Coverage [2]; additionally seems on ETTV America
  • Mike Douglas—Deceased
  • Mike Hanna—Now with Al Jazeera English
  • Myron Kandel—Retired 2005
  • Naamua Delaney—Launched with disbanding of CNN.com
  • Nick Charles—Now with Showtime
  • Nick Gregory—Now with WNYW-Fox
  • Pat Buchanan—Now with MSNBC
  • Patricia Kelly-Senior worldwide correspondent and Brussels bureau chief – now freelance
  • Patrick Emory—Retired]
  • Chuck RobertsRetired
  • Patrick Greenlaw
  • Peter Arnett
  • Phil Brady
  • Ralph Begleiter—Now a professor on the College of Delaware
  • Reid Collins
  • Josie Burke
  • Seth Doane CBS Information
  • Richard Blystone—Now with the Worldwide Herald Tribune
  • Riz Khan—Now with Al Jazeera English
  • Roger Cossack—Now authorized analyst on ESPN
  • Roz Abrams—Final seen at WCBS-TV
  • Ryan Chilcote—Now with Bloomberg Tv
  • Rym Brahimi—Retired, married an Arab prince
  • Sandy Kenyon—Now at PARADE Journal, numerous radio & TV
  • Sasha Foo—Now at KUSI, San Diego
  • Satinder Bindra—Left the community in Could 2007
  • Sharyl Atkisson—Now with CBS Information
  • Sophia Choi—Now at KVBC in Las Vegas
  • Stephen Cole—Now with Al Jazeera English
  • Stephen Frazier – left someday in 2007
  • Sumi Das—Now at KTVU in San Francisco
  • Taylor Henry—Now Information Director, KNOE-TV, Monroe, Louisiana
  • Tom Braden
  • Tom Cassidy
  • Tony Campion—Now with BBC
  • Tucker Carlson—Now with Fox Information Channel, previously with MSNBC
  • Veronica De La Cruz
  • Tony Harris
  • Atia Abawi Now with NBC Information
  • Kate O’Beirne
  • Vince Cellini—Now with the Golf Channel
  • Gerri Willis-Now with Fox Enterprise
  • Jamie McIntyre
  • Shakuntala Santhiran
  • Susan Roesgen
  • Rafer Weigel
  • John Roberts (tv reporter)-Fox Information Channel
  • Octavia Nasr – Left the community in July 2010

References

  1. ^ mediabistro.com: TVNewser

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