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CNN chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour will be replacing Charlie Rose’s interim replaces on PBS, the network announced. The new program will be 30 minutes on Monday night starting Dec. 11.
Global affairs program “Amanpour on PBS,” led by award-winning @CNN Chief International Correspondent @camanpour to air on @PBS stations nationwide beginning December 11 #AmanpourPBS More: https://t.co/k1qJN5Mskn pic.twitter.com/kdvQmSSR0X
— PBS PressRoom (@PBSPressRoom) December 4, 2017
Neal Shapiro, president and CEO of WNET said that she is a “fearless and uncompromising journalist.” Charlie Rose had aired on PBS since 1991, but he was fired last month after multiple allegations of sexual harassment.Read the full story at The Hill