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BREAKING: New CEO of CNN Chris Licht has BIG PLANS for the Future as he is Looking to Fire Their Ultra Liberal Primetime Hosts to Regain Lost Viewership

Christ Licht, the new CNN CEO is reportedly looking to get rid of some of the hyper-partisan personalities on the network after reports show CNN shows consistently struggling to acquire quality viewership.

As soon as Licht took over for Jeff Zucker, he vowed to make some major changes to the network. Among these changes, the first potential one to be implemented as reported by Axios on Tuesday.

“If talent cannot adjust to a less partisan tone and strategy, they could be ousted, three sources familiar with the matter tell Axios.” Reads the Axios report.

Instead of directly firing these personalities, Licht is hoping to give them a chance to adopt a less partisan approach to their shows. This approach would be a complete contrast to what it used to be under the former CEO, Jeff Zucker.

Under Zucker’s leadership, the CNN personalities took a hyper-partisan approach to report and almost all of the CNN shows were aggressively targeting President Trump in the most biased way possible. Organizations like Project Veritas have uncovered through multiple investigative reports, the bias inside CNN.

In one of these recordings, CNN Technical Director, Charlie Chester revealed that there was a “red phone” that Jeff Zucker would use to call the control room to order producers to play up the Covid death count on screen.

In another one of Veritas reports, audio recordings of CNN’s morning editorial calls reveal, Zucker criticizing President Donald Trump’s behavior, directing CNN’s editorial team to be critical of Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), and to show CNN general counsel David Vigilante call Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s program “the white supremacy hour.”

According to Axios, the new fix would involve “engaging in respectful interviews that don’t feel like PR stunts,” and “making programming decisions that are focused on nuance, not noise.”

CNN was a part of a massive merger with its parent company WarnerMedia which is bringing changes in the company’s leadership and potential reform to the network. One of the parent company board members, John Malone recently said, “[we] would like to see CNN evolve back to the kind of journalism that it started with, and actually have journalists, which would be unique and refreshing.”

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