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CNN “Redeploying” DC Bureau Correspondents, McIntyre Leaves Network

cnn_12-12.jpgCNN announced today it is “redeploying some of its Washington-based correspondents” today, making Ed Henry the senior White House correspondent, Dana Bash the senior congressional correspondent and Jessica Yellin the national political correspondent, among others. The full release is after the jump.

In the release, CNN announced correspondent Chris Lawrence as new Pentagon correspondent, with Jamie McIntyre, who has covered the Pentagon since 1992, leaving the network.

In an internal memo, McIntyre wrote he and CNN “were unable to reach an agreement on another assignment, so after a friendly discussion, I decided to pursue other opportunities.”

Although McIntyre wrote “CNN and I both agreed it was time for a change,” he is the latest in a series of departures at CNN since CNN/U.S. president Jon Klein told the New York Observer, “We can afford more people on our air and off our air. So, goddamn it, we’re going to have more people,” on November 18.

Since then, Miles O’Brien has left the network and the entire science, space, environment and technology unit in Atlanta dismantled, correspondent Veronica De La Cruz will be leaving the network and head of on-air hiring Henry Mauldin exited as well, among others.

> Update: Politico’s Michael Calderone has Klein’s internal memo today.

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De La Cruz and Eccleston Depart CNN

delacruz_12.8.jpgTVNewser has learned CNN correspondents Veronica De La Cruz (pictured) and Jennifer Eccleston are leaving the network.

De La Cruz reports for CNN’s American Morning from the dotcom desk on stories related to the Web. She is also a substitute anchor for CNN and CNN Headline News. She was one of the founding anchors of the disbanded CNN Pipeline, now CNN.com Live. An insider confirms her contract was not renewed and she will be leaving at the end of the year.

Eccleston, based in Rome, actually parted company with CNN in August. She joined CNN from NBC News in April 2005. Eccleston reported on the war in Iraq and was part of the CNN team covering the Death of Pope John Paul II and the election of Pope Benedict XVI.