AP Photo/Ron Harris The latest news, while not surprising, reveals the problems are far from over at CNN.
The ongoing telenovela taking place behind the scenes at CNN had a new episode drop last evening, and it appears a resolution to the internal drama is far from over . In the wake of President Jeffrey Zucker being compelled to resign there have been numerous reactions from staffers and on-air talent, most in the form of tear-filled epilogues.
The delivery from much of the talent implied an unfair decision had been handed down, but all signs point to an incoming management team looking to clean house and restore character to a sense of waning respectability at the network. Upheaval appears to be the condition of things in the meantime, and the recent government approval of the Warner Media- Discovery merger – as well as the impending rollout of the new CNN streaming service – means a state of flux will be ongoing.
The announcement came down last night that Zucker’s paramour, Allison Gollust, was stepping down from her post at CNN, two weeks following her lover’s departure. The way the news was delivered, and the explanation for her dismissal-retirement indicate that all is not well in the executive suites in Atlanta. Warner Media CEO Jason Kilar released a memo announcing the news. Brand new memo from Jason Kilar: “The investigation found violations of Company policies, including CNN’s News Standards and Practices, by Jeff Zucker, Allison Gollust, and Chris Cuomo.” pic.twitter.com/Xu1HQJw9cT — Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) February 16, 2022 Gollust has come out with her own statement on the matter, and she seems a bit perturbed that the announcement came out in this fashion. She indicates that it was supposed to have been announced by her, not Kilar, and she implies that this was […]
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