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Job: HK-based CNN Wire News Editor

Apr 13, 2011

Job: HK-based CNN Wire News Editor

CNN International is currently seeking high caliber candidates to join the busy team at our Asia news production center in Hong Kong. CNN Wire News Editor The CNN Wire is on the frontline of distilling and distributing CNN’s editorial content. Working within the Hong Kong Bureau, the Hong-Kong based CNN Wire news editor will harvest

Lee Brenner

Jun 6, 2009

Lee Brenner

From his base in Washington D.C Lee Brenner is executive producer of IMPACT, the Myspace political initiative. As his first project with MySpace, Brenner spearheaded a partnership with MTV, leading to the online interactive political engagement forums of the 2008 Presidential election. He was formerly a senior editorial producer at CNN. Brenner has a B.A.

Steve Marcopoto

Oct 29, 2008

Steve Marcopoto

As the Hong Kong-based president and managing director of TBS Asia-Pacific, Steve Marcopoto oversees all programming, network development, advertising and distribution sales, marketing and promotion for Turner Broadcasting and its networks and internet services, including the CNN news group, Cartoon Network, Pogo, Boomerang, TCM, and CETV in the Asia Pacific region His CV includes serving

CNN seeks freelance reporters on Digital China

Jun 6, 2008

CNN seeks freelance reporters on Digital China

Kevin Drew, supervising editor Asia Pacific for CNN International’s website, is looking for good freelancers out of China to report for the CNN Olympics microsite. He is particularly keen for stories about how new technologies are being used to cover the Olympics, but is also interested in great stories on other Olympic-related topics. Contact Kevin

CNN, now a four-letter word in China

Apr 27, 2008

CNN, now a four-letter word in China

In continuing fallout from the travails of the Olympic torch, CNN now appears to be entering the Chinese vocabulary in a less than complimentary manner. A university teacher here in Hong Kong reports that his Chinese students now use the expression “so CNN” to mean something that is subjective, lying and deceitful. One student admonished

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