> David Bauder’s AP lead: “For a network that has built its reputation on predictability, CNN Headline News is undergoing some dramatic changes on Monday.”
> NY Post: “At the end of February, CNN will launch an advertising campaign in newspapers, magazines and other cable networks to tout the changes.” Ken Jautz says “it’s the first time we’ve had a major marketing campaign for Headline News.”
> TV Week’s roundup is a must-read: “The more established CNN, which is carrying much of the promotion for the new Headline News lineup, now could face real competition from its younger sibling.”
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