First on TVNewser: Longtime CNN anchor Daryn Kagan is departing the network this fall. In an internal announcement this morning, Kagan said she has been “grateful for the experience.” She will stay in her regular anchor slot until September 1, an insider says.
Kagan is launching an “online venture” at DarynKagan.com on November 13. The site says: “One woman. One radical idea: The world is a good place. Stop in for daily inspiration to improve your world. Launching in 15 weeks! November 13, 2006.”
Kagan has been at CNN for 12 years. “The conventional wisdom here is that Heidi Collins will replace her,” the insider suggests…
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