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Dr. Sanjay Gupta is the multiple Emmy®-award winning chief medical correspondent for CNN. Gupta, a practicing neurosurgeon, plays an integral role in CNN’s reporting on health and medical news for Starting Point with Soledad OBrien, Anderson Cooper 360°, CNN documentaries, and anchors the weekend medical affairs program Sanjay Gupta, MD. Gupta also contributes to CNN.com and CNNHealth.com.
Ivan Cabrera is a meteorologist and weather anchor for CNN International. He is based at CNNs world headquarters in Atlanta. Cabrera began working for CNNI in August 2009 as a freelancer and was hired full-time in February of 2010. He presents weather segments regularly on World Report and can occasionally be seen on CNN en Español reporting on severe weather.
Jennifer Delgado is a meteorologist and weather anchor for CNN International. She is based in CNNs world headquarters in Atlanta. Prior to joining CNN in October of 2008, Delgado worked at WTVR in Richmond, Virginia, where she served as the meteorologist for their morning and noon programs for more than two years. While there she was able to gain experience with several systems including Baron Doppler radar, Baron FastTrac, Skytracker and WSI TRuview.
John King, CNN chief national correspondent, is an award-winning journalist whose career spans more than three decades, while reporting from all 50 states and from international locations. The 2012 presidential campaign is the seventh presidential election that King has covered and most recently he moderated three presidential debates during the 2012 election cycle.
Robyn Curnow is an anchor and correspondent for CNN based at the network¹s bureau in Johannesburg, South Africa. She is host of CNN Marketplace Africa, a programme that offers a weekly insight into African business. Curnow has interviewed newsmakers such as former South African President Nelson Mandela, US First Lady Michelle Obama, UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, former US President Bill Clinton and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Anna Coren is an award-winning international correspondent for CNN International, based at the network’s Asia Pacific regional headquarters in Hong Kong. Coren has been a journalist for more than a decade and has reported on location from some of the biggest news events in Asia Pacific over the last couple of years, including the death of Kim Jung Il, the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Thailand’s worst floods in 50 years, and the tourist bus hostage standoff in the Philippines.
Fionnuala Sweeney is an anchor and correspondent for CNN International, based at the networks headquarters in Atlanta. Sweeney, who was previously based in London, has reported on major news events from around Europe and the Middle East. This year shes reported from Cairo, Jerusalem and Abu Dhabi as part of the networks coverage of the unrest in Egypt and the Middle East.
Christiane Amanpour is CNN’s chief international correspondent and anchor of Amanpour, a nightly foreign affairs program on CNN International, starting in April 2012. In addition, she is the global affairs anchor for ABC News, providing international analysis of important issues of the day for ABC News programs and platforms, and anchoring primetime documentaries on international subjects. Previously, she also anchored the ABC News program This Week. She is based in New York.
Maggie Lake is a business anchor and correspondent for CNN International. She is based out of the networks New York bureau. Having joined CNN in January 2001, Lake anchors World Business Today and provides daily in-depth market coverage for Quest Means Business and many other CNN International programs.
Michael Holmes is an award-winning anchor and correspondent for CNN International, based at the network’s headquarters in Atlanta. Holmes, who has been in journalism for more than three decades, anchors the 1000ET/1600CET edition of ‘International Desk’, the weekday news program that covers the major stories of the day with an emphasis on live, up-to-the-minute reports from CNN correspondents all over the world.
Hala Gorani is an anchor and correspondent for CNN International and is based at the networks headquarters in Atlanta. She anchors the 1300ET/1900CET edition of International Desk, the weekday program that brings viewers into the heart of CNN’s newsgathering operation and immerses them in the latest stories of the day.
Emmy award winning anchor Suzanne Malveaux co-anchors CNNs Around the World from 12pm to 1pm ET daily and anchors CNN Newsroom from 1pm to 2pm ET daily. Malveaux covered The White House for 10 years as a White House correspondent---covering Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama traveling to Europe, Africa, The Balkans, Latin America, Southeast Asia, Australia and the Middle East. She has interviewed all 5 living Presidents, and several First Ladies.