The 9/11 anchors

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Here are three CNN anchors that started their on-air careers on Sept. 11, 2001. Any others I should add to this list?

All need to be asked ASAP if they think it’s fate or coincidence that they premiered on this pivotal day.

Although Brown’s first day at CNN was July 1, 2001, his first on-air broadcast was September 11, 2001. He received international recognition as well as winning the Edward R. Murrow Award for his reporting of the attacks from CNN’s rooftop in Manhattan, as well as the World Trade Center site and the areas surrounding the remains of the Twin Towers in New York City.

via Aaron Brown – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

She then joined HLN (then known as CNN Headline News), where she works now. Among many other stories, Meade anchored the network’s coverage of Operation Enduring Freedom as well as that from Operation Iraqi Freedom in spring of 2003. She is based in CNN’s world headquarters
in Atlanta. Her first day on-air at HLN was September 11, 2001.[1
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via Robin Meade   Wikipedia  the free encyclopediaen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_Me…

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paula_Za…

Zahn began her work at CNN on September 11, 2001, joining anchor Aaron Brown in the coverage of that day’s terrorist attacks as her reaction to the events she witnessed. Although not scheduled to appear on a CNN program, which was still in development, she began a regular morning news shift the next day. By January, she launched her CNN morning news program, American Morning with Paula Zahn.

Simon’s thread: cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?…

 

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