Everyone’s Missing The REAL Reason Why Chris Wallace Moved To CNN

The new owners, Discovery/Time Warner and poised to take the cable news who have problems, and now they have great plans for CNN.

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A decision is about to be made, ‘’get rid of CNN, or revamp it and bring it back to the former news glory’’?

They decided – to revamp CNN.

CNBC reported:

“I would like to see CNN evolve back to the kind of journalism that it started with, and actually have journalists, which would be unique and refreshing,” said the cable TV pioneer and longtime chairman of Liberty Media, which is a major shareholder in Discovery. “I do believe good journalism could have a role in this future portfolio that Discovery-TimeWarner’s going to represent.”

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Deadline reported’’ that Discovery and WarnerMedia parent AT&T expects the $43 billion mergers to close by mid-2022. Zaslav declined to reveal specific organizational plans when asked by Auletta whether he planned to install a deputy to look after the company’s vast studio and network operations. “I’m going to be very hands-on” in running the new company, Zaslav emphasized. “For me, this deal is kind of a dream, surreal opportunity. These are brands that I have admired and loved, built by people I have admired and loved over the past 30 years.”

The most provocative comments of the session were made when Auletta asked Zaslav about the news business and the expected stewardship of CNN.

He asked if Zaslav thought Fox News did good work as a news organization. “I think Fox News is much more of an advocacy network than a news network,” Zaslav said. “That’s the business I’m in, with Food Network and HGTV. Those are advocacy networks.”

In the 90s, when MSNBC and Fox News launched, Zaslav said, “the world was in a different place. I think overall we’d probably be better off if we just had news networks in America,”

“But we don’t. Media tends to be a reflection of where the country is. Where the country was when we launched MSNBC was much more fact-based and less divided.”

“And then you have networks that emerged that look to support and nourish and reinforce those voices. I don’t think overall that’s a good thing. I think we’re better off all having a chance to see, as Carl Bernstein would say, the best version of the facts that we have.” Zaslav continued.

Logically, they nabbed Wallace. It was the big move.

Wallace represents a progressive shill, but he is associated with reputable journalism. He is more respected compared to Brian Stelter and Don Lemon.

Chris Wallace will start off on a streaming service. But, we think that the announcement was released earlier to reshuffle the news cycle.

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