Eliot Spitzer Canceled

July 7, 2011 by Post Team 

Eliot Spitzer CanceledEliot Spitzer Canceled, Show, Eliot Spitzer, was canceled by CNN today. His hour-long “in the sand,” aired at 8 pm “Anderson Cooper 360″ was moved to that space of time from August 8 and Cooper will be broadcast program at 10 pm

An internal memo from Ken Jautz, executive vice president of CNN / US, and reported by CBS News, said the new movement program, “underscores our focus on quality journalism and hosts, journalists are shown, as well as programs that successfully combine the original information with newsanlysis, civil debate and a wide range of inclusive and different opinions. ”

“Parker Spitzer,” a political talk show, debuted on CNN in October 2010. Spitzer and Kathleen Parker, a conservative columnist, hosted the show. Parker left the program in February 2011. At the end of Parker, the program was renamed “in the sand.”

In a statement to the television through its Public News, Spitzer said: “We are serious people engaged in discussions on national and global issues in a way that was informative and challenging. I think we have provided different perspectives and valuable during the term of the series. I enjoyed my time at CNN. ”

Politico reported that “in the sand”, there were fewer than 100,000 viewers in the target age group 25-54.

CNN’s new line includes a new show with former Erin Burnett CNBC Anchor. In late September, the schedule will be complete.

“The Situation Room,” will air at 4 pm “JKUSA” airs at 6 pm Erin Burnett will host a new show airing at 7 pm and 11 pm “Anderson Cooper 360″ has the groove of the 8 pm and 10 pm slot. “Piers Morgan Tonight”, hosted by Piers Morgan, remains unchanged at 9 pm

Eliot Spitzer, former governor is a Democrat from New York. He resigned in 2008 amid a sex scandal involving a prostitution ring.

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