Zakaria's CNN Program to Debut Sunday
Fareed Zakaria -- GPS to Be an Interview-Discussion Program
By Marisa Guthrie -- Broadcasting & Cable, 5/27/2008 11:39:00 AM
Fareed Zakaria -- GPS will air Sundays at 1 p.m. (GPS is an acronym for Global Public Square.) The program will be an interview-discussion program in the mold of the Sunday-morning broadcast talk shows.
Mumbai-born Zakaria, editor of Newsweek International, is no stranger to the Sunday roundtable, having been a regular guest on ABC News' This Week. He also hosted his own international-affairs show for several years on PBS.
Zakaria's executive producer is Liza McGuirk. A CBS News veteran who produced Ed Bradley on 60 Minutes, McGuirk worked at CNN in the 1980s when the channel was a nascent cable presence.
Also a BRAVO for airing opinions about Gorgia. But I would disagree with you that the present financial situation is much less dangerous because of only 7% drop. You probably ignore the hedge funds involvement in the swindle (we canâ€™t call it economy), which extend is not known even to the brightest financersâ€¦ Letâ€™s look for the end of the year when the redemptions are due, and we may start to see a better picture. In 1929 the â€œtoxic instrumentsâ€ did not existâ€¦
Mark Kmicikiewicz - 10/5/2008 2:20:00 PM EDT
I can''t believe you found the intestinal fortitude to finally show an adult program for all of us, instead of progams that are geared toward fluff and filtered news.
I''m planning to continue watching as long as you(CNN) continue airing this program. We need more substance from you. Please give us more!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
mary oneal - 6/1/2008 2:39:00 PM EDT
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