Donna Brazile, Roland Martin Could Be Next To Leave CNN

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January 31, 2013 ‐ By
AP Photo/Alex Brandon

AP Photo/Alex Brandon

The cuts at CNN could get deeper very quickly.

Just yesterday, we reported that Soledad O’Brien has been removed from her morning anchor position, among other changes. Now, Fishbowl DC is reporting that Roland Martin and Donna Brazile could be the next two on the chopping block. The website notes that three new faces — civil rights activist Van Jones, The New York Times’ Charles Blow, and Democratic strategist Cornell Belcher — have appeared regularly on the network as of late. And both Martin and Brazile were excluded from the network’s coverage of the inauguration.

Charles Blow. via Twitter

Charles Blow. via Twitter

Brazile is also an ABC correspondent; Martin has a program on TV One and serves as an analyst on Tom Joyner’s program.

In other media news, Long anticipated cuts are going to be made at Time Inc., which, like many media companies, is suffering at the hands of dropping newsstand readership and advertising sales. According to Bloomberg, 500 positions are being eliminated, about six percent of the company’s workforce. Essence, Real Simple, and People are among the magazine titles at Time. Cuts are expected across all divisions.

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  • fuskiegirl21

    I guess CNN didn’t like her asking “Why are my healthcare premiums going up?” on twitter. I can’t believe anyone would hire Donna Brazile, she is brain damaged.

  • http://www.lorrikey.com/ Lorri M. Key

    I liked Soledad’s show and appreciated Donna Brazile as well. Is this because of the new ceo?

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