“Frank Sesno, an Emmy Award-winning journalist and former Washington D.C. bureau chief for CNN, will rejoin the network as a special correspondent,” the network has announced. Sesno’s work will premiere on Paula Zahn Now and appear across the network, including CNN Presents. “I want to connect the public to the people and issues that matter — that define us — through stories that have texture and impact,” Sesno says in the P.R. “Long-form television can capture the complexity and humanity of a story. It can cut through the noise and the clutter. It can tell a powerful story and make a difference.” We’ll see if it can bring in ratings. Sesno will continue his work at George Mason University…
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