CNN’s Christine Romans announced that she would be leaving the news network after 24 years to begin a new professional chapter.
Christine joined CNN in 1999, and over the course of her 24 years there, she has held a variety of positions. These include being a correspondent on Lou Dobbs’ evening, dealing with the now-outdated CNNfN. In 2014, she began anchoring the dawn program titled “Early Start.”
Known as ‘stalwart’ because of her expertise and incredible skill, Christine Romans decision to leave CNN following 24 years.
“It has been a pleasure waking up early for you for so many years to get your morning started. I love CNN dearly. I have loved my 24-year run here … I am full of gratitude for my CNN family. It is a family. Everybody here are my friends. And I am excited for the challenges ahead. I’ve decided it’s time for a new chapter”, she said.
In another interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Christine said,
“I’ve climbed the mountain and it’s time for me to climb a new one, but I’m forever grateful to have worked alongside some of the most talented journalists in the business.”
Unsubstantiated sources says the previous CNN anchor may be before long joining NBC.
Nonetheless, the sources have affirmed that Christine Romans leaving CNN was not a direct result of the cost cutting measures at Warner Brothers Discovery. Rather, Christine’s own decisions are not impacted by these changes.
Other than her screen career, Christine Romans has also authored three books. These include- Smart Is the New Rich Money Guide for Millennials, Smart Is the New Rich: If You Can’t Afford It—Put It Down, and How to Speak Money.