CNN Preparing To Drop The Axe Again

( Rumors are spreading in the media industry that CNN is set to fire another prominent personality.
Throughout the summer, Don Lemon was demoted from primetime, John Harwood quit the network, and Brian Stelter was fired.
Who’s next?
Since new CEO Chris Licht took over, there have been a lot of changes at CNN, but much of it has been for the better. He is supposedly working to restore the network to its former status as a news outlet before it became a propaganda tool for the Democratic party.
John Harwood, Brian Stelter, and Zucker have all been fired. After losing his nightly program, Don Lemon has been relegated to a co-hosting role on the morning show alongside Poppy Harlow and Kaitlan Collins. He said goodbye to his nightly program in a petulant manner on Friday.
Despite concerns that he would be fired amid a current shakeup by the struggling cable network, CNN anchor Jim Acosta’s position is secure for the time being.
After News Cycle Media CEO Jon Nicosia tweeted that Acosta was the next “big person” to leave the network, his employment security at CNN was doubted last week.
Chris Licht, president of CNN, who has pushed the network toward unbiased news coverage in recent months, is in the middle of an overhaul.

According to Nicosia, Acosta “does not have a place in the new CNN,” according to an anonymous official at CNN’s parent company Warner Bros. Discovery. After repeatedly sparring with former President Donald Trump and other officials in his administration, Acosta, a weekend anchor, earned a reputation as a left-leaning journalist.
In two different publications, the speculations about Acosta’s situation were categorically refuted.
But Nicosia dismissed the reports in a tweet Monday morning, making a salient and accurate point-
“The PR folks at CNN will defend to the end as they did Brian Stelter,” Nicosia said.
Rumors of Stelter’s demise were rebuffed by people “more in the know” than the “rumor-mongers.” But as the ink was drying on those refutations, Stelter filled a cardboard box with the contents of his desk and showed the door.
Acosta might have one foot in the grave and the other on a banana peel as of this writing.