Tomorrow on the mediabistro.com Morning Media Menu we’re joined by former CNN correspondent Miles O’Brien.
O’Brien had been with CNN for 16 years, and was CNN’s chief technology and environment correspondent when he let go in December as the entire department was shut down. Then, a plane landed in the Hudson, and a plane crashed in Buffalo — and O’Brien blogged and tweeted it all.
O’Brien tells us what’s next for him, including an upcoming PBS documentary special, looks back at his time with CNN and discuss the future of media.
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