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CNN Viewers in China Blocked From Watching Story about Chinese Dissident - Posted May 3, 2012
CNN viewers in China were blocked from seeing Anderson Cooper's report on Chen Guangcheng, the blind Chinese activist who escaped house arrest. AC360 airs on CNN International at 8am in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and other parts of the country. But three minutes into this interview, Cooper announced, "China just blocked... [TVNewser]

HLN Revamps Dayside Anchor Line-Up - Posted August 17, 2010
First on TVNewser: With the recent departures of both Chuck Roberts and Richard Lui, HLN has revamped its dayside anchor line-up with the shuffling of some talent. ... [TVNewser]

28 Years as a Cable News Anchor - Posted July 31, 2010
As we reported yesterday, one of the original HLN (formerly Headline News, and before that CNN2) anchors signed off yesterday. Chuck Roberts joined the network before it wen... [TVNewser]

Chuck Roberts Departing HLN - Posted July 30, 2010
First on TVNewser: Long-time anchor Chuck Roberts is leaving HLN after 28 years TVNewser has learned. Roberts has been anchoring for the network since Headline News launched in 1982 and is the longest-serving anchor there. H... [TVNewser]

Students Name Dorm after Chuck Roberts - Posted March 8, 2010
HLN anchor Chuck Roberts, who's been with the network since it started in 1982, recently returned to his alma mater, the University of Missouri, for the dedication ceremony of "Roberts House." The Mizzou journalism school asked first and second year students to name each floor of the residence hall after... [TVNewser]

Cablers Cover Shooting at Fort Hood - Posted November 5, 2009
In the 3pmET hour, the cable networks all covered breaking news of a shooting at Fort Hood in Texas near a soldier readiness processing center. (AP story) Early reports had casualties at 7 dead and 20 injured. One suspect was in custody and two others were at large. > Update: As of an Army... [TVNewser]