Christiane Amanpour was introduced as ABC’s “new global affairs correspondent” this morning on “Good Morning America” as she reported on the death of Kim Jong-il. Last night, Amanpour also called into her old-new network CNNI to discuss the direction of the country under Kim’s son, Kim Jong-un. As part of a deal announced last week, Amanpour will host a daily show on CNNI while also still working for ABC News. Here’s her report on CNNI last night, which was simulcast on CNN/U.S:
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