CNN Receives 14 News And Documemtary Emmy Nominations
July 22nd, 2015
03:59 PM ET

CNN Receives 14 News And Documemtary Emmy Nominations

CNN received 14 nominations for the 36th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards, it was announced today. CNN’s diverse nominations encompass television programming, newsgathering, digital, and Spanish-language, and include:

Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

Ÿ Rescue from Mt. Sinjar, reported by Elise Labott, Barbara Starr, Ivan Watson, anchor Wolf Blitzer

Outstanding Investigative Journalism in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast

Anderson Cooper 360

Ÿ Crisis At The VA, Veterans Dying While Waiting For Care, reported by Drew Griffin

Ÿ Theme Parks Investigation, reported by Kyra Phillips

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February 13th, 2015
11:01 AM ET

Poppy Harlow Named Anchor of CNN Newsroom Weekend

Poppy Harlow has been named anchor of CNN Newsroom Weekend on Saturdays from 3-6pm ET and 7-8pm ET, and Sundays from 5-8pm ET.

Poppy Harlow headshot

Based in New York City, Harlow will continue to cover breaking news and deliver feature reporting and investigative stories in addition to her new anchor role.

The announcement comes on the heels of a successful year for the correspondent whose long-form investigative pieces, including in-depth reporting on the General Motors recall crisis – specifically the story of one woman wrongly convicted in a deadly crash  – aired across CNN prime time programming and CNNMoney.com.

Previously, Harlow was a New York based correspondent for CNN and an anchor/correspondent for CNNMoney.com.  She also served as a business correspondent on CNN, CNN International and HLN, covering business and economic news and how it impacts policy and people around the globe.

Harlow, who has been with the network since 2008, has won the Gracie Award for Best Online Investigative Feature and SABEW's Best in Business award.


Topics: CNN • Poppy Harlow
October 9th, 2014
03:21 PM ET

Recalls, the NFL, driverless cars: Poppy Harlow sits down with first female CEO of Big 3 automaker, GM's Mary Barra

After 10 months at the helm of General Motors, CNN’s Poppy Harlow sits down with the first female head of a Big 3 automaker, Mary Barra. Among the topics discussed were GM’s recalls, the NFL and driverless cars.

In the in-depth interview, Poppy asked Barra if the NFL and Roger Goodell took the right steps when responding to the recent crisis. Barra said that it was "completely unacceptable," adding “I think they have an opportunity to not only make very important changes that will set the tone for the NFL, but also to do something that has more far reaching implications."

When asked if she would consider pulling advertising dollars from the NFL sponsorship if she doesn’t see changes, Barra tells Poppy that she believes “they will do the right thing,” without giving specifics.


Topics: CNN • CNNMoney • Poppy Harlow
March 12th, 2014
11:13 AM ET

CNN Coverage: NY Building 5-Alarm Fire

Chris Cuomo, Michaela Periera and Brooke Baldwin anchor CNN’s live simulcast coverage of the 5-Alarm building fire in New York City.  CNN.com continues with live updates and video.

Reporting on scene:

Poppy Harlow @poppyharlowCNN

John Berman @johnberman

Don Lemon @donlemon

Ashleigh Banfield @CNNAshleigh

Maria Santana @MariaSantanaCNN (CNN en Espanol)

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January 30th, 2014
07:41 PM ET
October 16th, 2013
11:52 AM ET

Warren Buffett tells CNN debt ceiling is a 'political weapon of mass destruction'

Investor Warren Buffett tells CNN's Poppy Harlow (@PoppyHarlowCNN) if there is no deal today it's one of the "most stupid things" ever.


Topics: CNN • Poppy Harlow
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