It's a social new day: Where to connect with "New Day" on social media
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May 24th, 2013
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It's a social new day: Where to connect with "New Day" on social media

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  1. Cheryl Lowe

    Love the new John King segment on New Day! It's so refreshing to have guests and commentator having thoughtful political discussions, not just provide a forum for political strategists to hammer party sound bites at the public! Thank you CNN and, please, try more of this real news throughout your programming.

    April 1, 2014 at 7:59 am | Reply
  2. ANNGELL jones

    Chris is so inappropriate in some of his comments. He isn't a newscaster at all. He is passing judgement immediately in his commentaries and this to me is so biased. I think the news should be neutral or at least pretend to be. He also said the presidents speech about income inequality is going to be about' BS'. How is it a proffessional speaks in this manner. His female counterpart does the same thing. Maybe they are afraid to be replaced and they feel pressured to be outrageous.

    January 27, 2014 at 8:32 am | Reply
  3. Tim Brown

    On CNN New Day, at about 6:25 AM ET today (1/17/14), in a routy discussion about the upcoming NFL playoff games, Chris referred to Kate as a "nasty, little person". WHY IS "LITTLE" A NEGATIVE?? If Chris isn't aware of it, perhaps he should look up the term "heightism".

    January 17, 2014 at 6:33 am | Reply
  4. Fran Jones

    In a recent post by CNN's Brian Todd, Dugald McConnell and Dana Ford concerning photos of Marines burning bodies in Faluga after fighting there. The comment by the Military spokesman that they train the solders better than to do something like this is a crock of cow manure. In Vietnam, it was a common occurance to pile bodies of VC or NVA regulars using dozers and then pour JP4 (jet fuel) on them and light the pile off. It would burn for 2-3 days and then the dozers would come back in, dig a hole and push the remains into the hole. War is hell. Just leave the combat solders alone, it's hard enough without the media blowing up something that is a non issue.

    January 16, 2014 at 8:51 am | Reply
  5. Rob Neal

    You folks are doing a terrific job – you cover a nice, broad array of topics, drill deeply enough to see what's underneath (and I'd love to see more of that) and stay with stories after the 'flash' has passed. I would ask you to make a fuss over stories that have serious impact and outcomes and fuss less about those that don't. Distributing proper weight in this way maintains the legitimacy you're earning. You're doing a wonderful job.

    That aside, pollution has of course been a concern since industrialization began but with the rise of oil’s broad application and so many bi-products we have created an unimaginably precarious condition...if you look around, and not even too hard, I honestly believe disaster is around the corner; Love Canal will look like summer camp.

    Fracking chemicals already in dozens of wells is just the start with fail dates still 20 years away. The report this morning about that leaking coal distillate is just one of thousands of current water pollution cases – it took them 4 hours to find what should have set off alarms after 4 seconds and we all know that. It might have taken 4 weeks had their not been a pungent odor. Why is that facility even next to a stream that's a water source anyway?

    We're slipping back into a white-washed perception I’m afraid which is a, no doubt, well-deserved respite from the tumultuous economy. It's fun to focus on technology, sports, weather, stories of the day-to-day getting caught up in the mundane. And there’s nothing wrong with some escape. But, folks, come on, seriously, water just isn’t renewable and most of the rot being leaked into it can’t even be filtered. Not to mention that most countries don't have enough of it already. Most populations survive on how much? A cup a day? Dan you imagine it? Yet, look at the West Virginians – what are they surviving on? What would we do? Put yourself in their shoes and start digging into the topic more. If you don’t already know, I assure you, you’ll be dumbfounded and horrified.

    Sadly, problems like this one are just examples of the unfortunate pattern into which we allow ourselves so easily to slip; that of passing power to people with wealth, and thus authority, who possess skewed ethics based on service-to-self, who are intellectually vacuous, and happily take the opportunity of crucial decisions. I’m sure, in this case, they could be heard to say in the boardroom on Monday, perhaps even chuckling a little, 'oh, what’s the big deal? It's West Virginia for God’s sake'.
    I have some shocking personal stories on the subject of water pollution in fact and I assure you with confidence there are those charged with responsibility who let far more than we can imagine slip by, swept under-the-rug. Instead of enjoying commercials about the dog who wakes the wife, who brews the coffee for the late husband, who pushes a button to save the world we're instead going to find boarded up communities where 'this kind of thing doesn’t happen'.

    Where people in vast amounts will be sitting in shelters, in motels, at relative's homes, musing 'how has no one done anything about this'? Sure, it's up to us to take charge but unless people are reminded week-by-week they’ll defer to escapist activities, getting the laundry done, the kids off to school, and through the next work day.

    Many thanks for this platform. We watch your show daily.

    January 11, 2014 at 11:20 am | Reply
    • Gary

      Right you are! Chris, Kate and Mikalea are the best morning news show on TV. So in-depth and you all get along so well and are high energy every morning. I don't know how you do it.

      January 16, 2014 at 7:50 am | Reply
      • linda

        you really think they doing great job reporting?? kate was a b to atlanta govenor last night broadcast you ever live in snow weather man not so accurate!!! blame the weather not the people that have to live in it!!!! too many law suits set up by CNN by their ignorence!! and yours thinking they are great!!!

        January 30, 2014 at 7:27 am |
  6. mad as hell

    The republican and democratic parties have to go ( I used to call myself a democrat ) they are nothing but a bunch of thugs.
    All they are interested in is seeing who is the biggest asshole. The AMERICAN voters need to remember them at election
    time , I know I will for dam sure . GET RID OF THE DAM BUMS !!!!!!!!!! They work for US we are boss not them.

    October 14, 2013 at 8:16 am | Reply
    • Richard

      Amen !

      October 25, 2013 at 8:30 am | Reply
  7. pete g

    Since you all are left leaning, and purveyors of doom and gloom over the shutdown, even after you were told only 15% is shutdown, My question is who decides what gets shutdown?
    I am not a tea party person, but I think it's disgraceful to portray conservatives as the problem when they are doing what this government was designed to do, which is to provide checks and balances to an over spending administration.
    This is the second time in a few years that this president, insisted we give him what he wants, then he'll negotiate... lol
    the last time he negotiated us into sequestration

    October 3, 2013 at 8:57 am | Reply
  8. Mike From NJ

    After watching your show for the last few nights I can't believe that no one has brought up the fact that the Republicans are actually breaking the Law...They are holding the country hostage and no one on your show really has enough nerve to ask the tough questions...For example, When Obama and the republican Head Speaker had that one hr, meeting the other evening and they were willing to give the Republicans what they wanted as far as the budget ,they still refused, and yet no one on your show is willing to ask the republicans why they refused and why are they letting the tea party destroy the country that is just finding it's way back from what President Bush did...All I see on your show is 4 commentators laughing and joking about something so serious..In my view you are no better then the republicans as far as side stepping all the important questions just to get people on your show..I and many other Americans will no longer be tuning in to your show..If I wished to be entertained I would simply put on The Bugs Bunny Show..

    October 3, 2013 at 8:54 am | Reply
    • Richard

      Idiot !

      October 14, 2013 at 8:47 am | Reply
  9. Stephen A. Sweet

    The shutdown of the federal government is unconscionable. The affect on American's in need of medical treatment who will not be able to receive it because the funding is cut off, the families who can't put food on the table because their salaries are frozen and many, many others is clear evidence that those members of Congress who voted for the shutdown, whether Republicans or Democrats are no longer looking out for the best interests of the American people. I suggest that for every member of Congress who voted to shutdown the federal government a recall movement be started in their respective districts with the goal of having them replaced with representatives that care more about the people they represent than with poltical brinkmanship.

    October 3, 2013 at 8:24 am | Reply
  10. Paul Caldwell

    I am amazed that this morning show along with the rest of CNN has missed the fact that there are a lot more than 800K federal workers involved with the SHUTDOWN. Please consider all the state workers that are funded by federal dollars as each state has laid off thousands of workers. In Arkansas where I live I would consider this number to be as larger as 20,000. The Dept. of Human services alone has laid off at least 15% of their total workforce. The total number of people involved nationally is much more than 800K

    October 3, 2013 at 8:20 am | Reply
    • TeamCNNCNN

      Good morning, Paul,

      Thanks for your comments. CNN is very aware of the 800K+ employees affected by the shutdown, but your point about state workers is greatly appreciated. Are you one of those who has been furloughed?

      We're looking at all aspects of the issue, and thank you for sharing information about the impact in Arkansas.

      Happy New Day!
      CNN Viewer Communications

      October 3, 2013 at 8:29 am | Reply
      • Paul Caldwell

        Actually I am not one of the State workers who has been affected, but my neighbor, was and filed for unemployment benefits today. Throughout Arkansas, there are hundreds of State workers who's jobs are funded by Federal funds or matching funds. Arkansas like many states has been forced to furlough these employees. The Dept. of Human Services alone has furloughed as many as 10% of all child maltreatment investigators.
        My point of this morning is that there are a lot more people involved with this, think of all the people involved with dealing with the Federal Government, in a sales or support role, many of those jobs have been furloughed also.
        Thank you for taking the time to respond to my note, as I am sure your group has been very busy responding to all of these emails.
        Paul Caldwell

        October 3, 2013 at 11:18 pm |
      • TeamCNNCNN

        Thank you, Paul.

        We have forwarded your story and your contact information to the producers for further review.

        We all hope this shutdown will end very soon, as so many people are adversely affected by it.

        Thanks so much for watching New Day.

        Have a lovely weekend!
        CNN Viewer Communications

        October 4, 2013 at 7:08 am |
  11. Judy McCollum

    Why isn't Department of children and family service with their social services agencies closed in this Federal Shutdown?

    October 3, 2013 at 6:09 am | Reply
    • Judy McCollum

      This question is for the State Of Illinois DCFS and CFYAFS, these are Federal Agencies

      October 3, 2013 at 6:40 am | Reply
    • Lori Tickhill

      Everyone should be aware that the shutdown is all about the Keystone Pipeline, they will do any thing to get it passed.

      October 3, 2013 at 7:42 am | Reply
  12. diane

    Why does the Senate need until 2:00pm to vote? Why don't they get to work by 9:00 and get on with it like everyone else?

    September 30, 2013 at 8:30 am | Reply
    • TeamCNNCNN

      LOVE your question, Diane. They should have our anchors' hours (many here by 3am each day).

      Happy #NewDay from CNN!

      CNN Viewer Communications

      September 30, 2013 at 9:06 am | Reply
    • Richard

      Amen !

      October 14, 2013 at 8:48 am | Reply
  13. queen for the day

    Chris Cuomo confuses his editorializing opinion with actual fact based news. His lead off line every morning is peppered with his opinion and commentary. His opinion is not fact or news and I really don't care what his opinion is. I have an opinion and his personal view will not effect mine. Facts however, may change my opinion, but I rarely hear those from him.

    I watch Berman and Zorida every them - and then I switch to local news because their coverage of national events is more indepth an insightful than Cuomo's

    September 30, 2013 at 8:16 am | Reply
  14. Hessie L. Harris

    Chris Cuomo's so-called interview of Newt Gingrich this morning, 9/20/2013, cannot really be called an interview. It was an inquisition. He did not ask questions, he made statements loudly and aggressively. He talked over Mr. Gingrich who displayed remarkable professionalism in contrast to Mr. Cuomo antics. When it comes to Obama and his ilk Cuomo asks soft ball questions and falls all over himself self in wonder and awe. If Cuomo wants to be a commentator, he is on the wrong show. That is supposed to be a news program.

    September 20, 2013 at 9:57 am | Reply
  15. TL Wright

    I just turned on CNN and saw an interview with Bill Donahue, president of the Catholic League. The interviewer could not follow Mr. Donahue's logic because, it seemed, the interviewer's own biases were getting in the way. It was so frustrating to watch. When Mr. Donahue said that a high percentage of pedophiles were homosexual, what the interviewer heard was that a high percentage of homosexuals are pedophiles (it would be like saying that a high percentage of 911 terrorists were Muslim and it being understood as saying that a high percentage of Muslims are terrorists). The interviewer could not see the difference. Or was he being obtuse for reasons of his own? Because of the lack of understanding, entire interview went no where. Very disappointing.

    September 20, 2013 at 7:57 am | Reply
  16. ktigweid

    I am tired of hearing anything about George Zimmerman. He makes the news because he gets pulled over for speeding (who cares?!), then he gets pulled over for speeding again (again...WHO CARES?!), now he has a dispute with his wife whom he is getting a divorce from (AGAIN>>>WHO CARES??!!). This is not journalism, in my opinion, it is nothing but time filling. Give the public REAL NEWS!! I am tired of ALL the national news media giving us stories that the majority of us do not truly care about. These stories I just mentioned about Mr Zimmerman might make good "local" news stories, but keep this kind of mindless information out of the national media circuit. Here's a thought...maybe more important stories about how we are going to fix unemployment, the welfare system, our incompetent government, and immigration. Now, if these were covered honestly and completely, maybe something could actually change. Many of your news stories deal with nothing but a "Reality TV" mentality.

    September 11, 2013 at 8:40 am | Reply
  17. paul scott

    The original movie is called Solomon Northups Odyssey, done by Gorden Parks then called Half Slave Half Free, ,the book is called 12 years a slave , anyone can get it on Netflix movie done in 1984 ,starring Avery Brooks , john Saxon , Joe Seneca and other good actors , yes a powerful movie for those who did not know!

    September 9, 2013 at 8:17 am | Reply
  18. john C

    I wish Kate would please shut her mouth after asking a question so I could hear the answer, More and more news people are using this approach trying to confuse the person they are interviewing. Instead you confuse the viewer. If it is for time constraints then don't ask the questions. So disrespectful!

    September 6, 2013 at 8:26 am | Reply
  19. JD

    Mr. Cuomo was very callous in dismissing the bully story this morning and for a newsperson, it was somewhat irresponsible. His comment of "how bad can it get" or something to that effect was really shallow and it is apparent that he is unaware of the statistics of how bad it can get and how much it can cost a business to have a bully. I would not be surprised if CNN wasn't paying for a few in their organization. The cost to the firm is in elevated health care, employee turnover and productivity. Targets are usually people who need their jobs and are stuck and bullies are people who live to be bullies. If Mr. Cuomo wants to write a responsible news story, he should do some research and then contact a target. This morning, Mr. Cuomo made a lot of targets feel pretty worthless and that makes him well, a bully.

    September 4, 2013 at 8:24 am | Reply
  20. Denice brink

    I have watched & admired the staff of CNN for years. What a mistake to add Newt Gingrich to CNN. I have been thinking of cancelling my cable subscription for some time as there is very little that interests me on television. Now I am quite sure I will. BIG mistake to add someone as stodgy as Newt Gingrich to such a quality program.

    September 4, 2013 at 7:56 am | Reply
    • Walter

      Simply because one show has someone on there for one hour that you don't like, you "threaten" to cancel your subscription. What a joke.

      September 9, 2013 at 7:46 am | Reply
  21. JoeBC

    This is now Obama's opportunity to lay blame on someone else again rather than take responsibility for a decision he made. Now by saying he will consult congress he can say 'well it was their decision.' Same ole' games different topic. Sad leadership.

    September 2, 2013 at 8:41 am | Reply
  22. Clayton

    As a great leader Winston Churchill once said "small nations must not tie our hands when we are fighting for their rights and freedoms. The Letter of the Law must not in supreme emergence obstruct those who are charged with its protection and enforcement. Humanity, rather than legality, must be our guide".

    September 2, 2013 at 8:19 am | Reply
  23. TJ in VA Beach

    Chris was right on target and the look on Kate's face was!! Chris Cuomo, "The case needs to be made to the American public and Congress needs to come back and do their damn job and vote on it!" True and I love that is was said in that tone...Just my .02 cents, from someone who has served this country all over the world for 16 years.

    August 30, 2013 at 6:46 am | Reply
  24. Joe Riedle

    Maybe you should keep your opinions about war with syria to yourselves. You are just 'pretty people' who have no idea what your talking about. We DO NOT have to bomb Syria. There is NO vital American interest at stake. You are typical new media stooges and will say anything your boss's want. People in Syria will die. I'm sick of being part of a country that bombs, kills, and you people are dupes.

    August 30, 2013 at 6:22 am | Reply
  25. maureen rudnicki

    Chris Cuomo is one of the finest..The thing that worries me, is sooner or later he will be moved to the nightly news. Seems during his interviews, he is not afraid to "back up" the guest. He is a refreshing addition. At first I wasn't a fan, but as I watched and realized what a gem he is..even set my alarm.

    August 28, 2013 at 6:20 am | Reply
  26. Robert

    I have hesitantly considered leaving my history of CNN morning viewing since they stopped doing news and sat around with nothing of any depth to say. This morning (specifically Chris) solidified it. I will probably return but not until they return to a true news based format.

    August 27, 2013 at 8:30 am | Reply
  27. Pamela

    I am so disappointed with "New Day". The only one with any personality is Michaela. Kate is too stiff needs to be more relaxed...more like Carol Costello. I miss Soledad and Zorida...great journalists. This program needs a facelift to keep me watching. "Award of the day" is stupid and a discredit to John Bermann who is also a great journalist.

    August 26, 2013 at 8:56 am | Reply
    • Joe Driscoll

      This show is very contemporary and I enjoy watching. My only recommendation would be to replace Nischelle... it is very difficult to understand her; she is way too rash and bold in her expressions and mumbles.

      September 9, 2013 at 8:05 am | Reply
  28. Traveldog70

    Michaela Pereira is H-O-T!!!! Sure, she's smart too. It's rare to find that combination. Can she get more segments please????

    August 22, 2013 at 5:59 am | Reply
    • Jennifer Fernandez

      I like Michaela also thanks to New Day best Anchor Women!

      August 27, 2013 at 7:20 am | Reply
  29. sanda stevens

    bringing up the issue of gun violence most school shooters were either on or getting of or on psych meds at the time of the shooting WHY because psychotropic meds change the chemistry in the brain. Xanax can induce symptoms upon discontinuation that people struggle with for years.

    August 21, 2013 at 8:41 am | Reply
  30. Steward

    Chris, Kate, and Michaela, thank you for all the time and effort you put into New Day! It is a very positive and refreshing program; a perfect way to start the day! Congratulations and best wishes. I hope you all remain with CNN, and continue the light, positive format. We need the smiles, personality, and sense of humor that you add to the program content.

    August 16, 2013 at 8:32 am | Reply
  31. Gary

    I LOVE New Day!!! You are all so energetic and so with it! And, so attuned to the news. I love your humor and how well you all seem to get along. It all comes booming through. and Kate, if I was only 33 years younger, I'd be asking you out.

    August 15, 2013 at 7:48 am | Reply
  32. Ronald Smith

    Did I just hear the Sherriff of the Escambia County Police Department say that since there was no outcry when black criminals in two cases killed whites, that there should be no outcry when trained police officers employed to keep the public safe shoot an unarmed citizen on his property? And notice, he called the white victims "innocent" and never once called Mr. Middleton "innocent". And notice, he carefully parched his words about the witness. He stated that the witness' original statement agreed with the officers' account of them giving Mr. Middleton orders, but he NEVER said that the witness said Mr. Middleton refused to comply, the only change he mentioned in the witness' statement is that he is now belligerent.

    August 1, 2013 at 8:00 am | Reply
  33. lisaleev

    The story on the Pope this morning really irked me. First, you make it sound as if he's come out with some radical statement about women and gays and then it turns into, well, it was really nothing, he just said the same old thing in a different way. What's up with that? Not everything that comes out of his mouth is going to be profound, you don't have to report on ALL of it. Next time you tell me he HAS said something of import I shall be less inclined to believe you. Stick with the important stuff.

    July 29, 2013 at 8:58 am | Reply
  34. Mike

    The media are the cause of all this racial animosity and Cuomo showed what bottom dwellers the media really are by attempting to trick George Zimmerman's next door neighbor into saying that Zimmerman could handle himself well in a fight. Fortunately, Mr. Rodriguez didn't fall for Cuomo's obvious ploy.

    July 15, 2013 at 8:35 am | Reply
  35. Dennis

    One thing that draws my attention in the George Zimmerman trial is this. When the forensic experts testified, there was no mention to my knowledge of any grass residue, clippings or staining on the backs of either the black hoodie or the red jacket that Zimmerman wore. Wouldn't you think that if a 180 lb. man was lying on his back fighting for his life as Zimmerman alleges, there would be some evidence of at least staining from moving around on the grass. This begs the question, were the garments even tested for this or because there was no evidence of such, there was just no mention of it. Maybe the state will bring it up in closing.

    July 8, 2013 at 8:49 am | Reply
  36. David

    Please, CNN, enough of the wall-to-wall Zimmerman. Enough already. It's below you and below what has historically been solid, important news. Blatant pandering to sensationalism for the sake of ratings should not be your forte. When it's over, let us know the verdict and then talk about the issues. The play-by-play is for those people and those "news" shows who only want to gossip. I CHANGE CHANNELS EVERY TIME I SEE ZIMMERMAN COVERAGE.

    July 8, 2013 at 6:36 am | Reply
  37. Bri

    I watch CNN since 2006 every Morning and in my office during the day. Since 3 weeks I find myself channel surfing to find other programs in the Morning. I expect News in the Morning, plain and simple, I don't need to be entertained. The New Day show is a cheap copy of CBS and I find it terrible! I noticed a dramatic change in CNN round about a year ago and I assume the goal is to attract a younger audience....Good luck on that, hope you manage without the old audience!

    July 4, 2013 at 9:06 am | Reply
  38. Jim

    Pertaining to your story about the shouting match at school board meeting you should do a story about the struggles parents of special needs children have getting the services from schools that they are entitled to. I have a sister with 2 special needs children. Her life is difficult and the schools make it more so. I have heard her stories and stories of families she knows that point to schools indifference. That included teachers and administrators. It is obvious they they want to frustrate the families in to submission or have them go elsewhere and be another schools problem. The lack of compassion is alarming.

    July 4, 2013 at 8:24 am | Reply
  39. time2eat

    MRS. MICHAELA is IMHO a very attractive person and should actually be the center piece of the show, after all it is a NEWS SHOW (hint Hint). It is distressing to see how she is pushed to the side for the other two who both in my opinion need to hurry up and get to that restroom or at least that's the look on their faces. Also Mrs. Michaela not sure who does your hair honey but tell them your hair is the best hair go back take a look at you profile picture on face book your hair looks GREAT wouldn't you agree.

    July 4, 2013 at 7:40 am | Reply
  40. MILLER

    move machala so we can see her ,look at msnbc it works over there .not happy up at (3) am

    July 2, 2013 at 8:30 am | Reply
  41. Barbara M

    New Day is such a disappointment. I've watched CNN for years and I'm rooting for them. But this is not the way to go. I miss Soledad. As others have said, Christine Romans is great. I can't stand to watch for more than a few minutes with this new format. Chris Cuomo has seemed so uncomfortable on air, sort of fake, since he joined CNN at the time of the Boston bombing. I wish I received Bloomberg TV, but since I don't I'll take Morning Joe over anything else in the morning now. So long CNN.

    July 2, 2013 at 8:14 am | Reply
  42. david sheets

    New Day should never have been born – the two women esp. a pathetic anchor and reporter as is the other woman. The male anchor should be in the field reporting and John Behrman and Zorada (sp?) who hopefully will return wer the best team made better with the addition of Christine Romaine who is the best overall reporter on CNN – Wolf is a tired old man these days. But whoever made the decision to replace the morning show even with Zorada having her BC surgery should be sent to Fox News. One other point the Black woman – Sunny .... covering the Zimmerman trial fiasco is about as biased in support of Martin as one can be – she offers no objectivity when clearly Zimmerman's attorneys have made strong cases for his innocence esp of second degree murder. Her bias is clear as the day and still you all use her which is politically incorrect. David

    July 2, 2013 at 7:09 am | Reply
  43. m sinclair

    I have watched CNN for many years and I now find I am switching channels for other news shows, especially in the morning. New Day is not good news. I have never heard so many superlatives and drama ridden biased commentary from anchors.. Cuoma is probably the worst offender on every front. I don't care for John Berman either because he too adds so much emotional expression and drama to his stories. Christine Romans does a good job and Kate and Michaela do a mediocre job. Really, people, just present the events and facts. I don't need to be entertained, just informed.

    July 1, 2013 at 9:22 am | Reply
  44. George G

    I wish I could say I like this morning show but I dont. In fact, for the first time in years,I flipped the station to see something else until this show was over.

    I go to CNN for REAL NEWS nothing else. I do not want to hear about how to bake a cake, feel good stories, etc.

    I want NEWS.

    World News, Political Views, etc.

    Dumbing us down with fluff is not the caliber of TV that I would have expected from CNN.

    Maybe someone can give me a tip on another Channel that can replace CNN for this hour.



    July 1, 2013 at 9:07 am | Reply
    • TG

      I agree with George 100%. I watch a few minutes in case the format has been changed but then switch channels. I want the news. I remember the first morning I watched this format. Everyone was speaking over eachother to the point I couldn't even understand what was being said.

      July 2, 2013 at 7:57 am | Reply
  45. Penny

    I miss Soledad and her news format. This is too much like GMA or the Today show. Not at all what I want to see in the morning. Looking for a new morning news channel...

    July 1, 2013 at 9:00 am | Reply
  46. Edie

    It appears to be purposeful that Michaela is excluced in the camera shots as well as the placement at the table. Why can't all members be facing the camera. Failing to set it up this way makes it pretty clear that your intention is to leave her out as a means of justifying her eventual dismissal. This is the kind of thing mean girls do in the lunchroom at high school. Aren't you better than that? Exclusion is a bullyig behavior and it is obvious that you are doing it. Cut it out. It makes those of us who "aware" very uncomfortable.

    July 1, 2013 at 8:29 am | Reply
    • MILLER

      stop blocking machala out of the shots this woman has more experperies than any one on the show she is the best thing the show has ,you say it;s a new day not for us that are watching ,i will not get up at (3) am any more .

      July 2, 2013 at 8:21 am | Reply
  47. Bob Morgan

    COME ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! were is the news!!!!!! I have been watching CNN morning shows for years and this is by far the worst!! Chris Cuomo is terrible. If I wanted to watch the "Today" show I would have turned to NBC. John Berman were are you

    July 1, 2013 at 8:24 am | Reply
  48. Jim Alder

    My God.....they get rid of Soledade to put this garbage on! wonder your ratings are in the toilet!

    July 1, 2013 at 7:41 am | Reply
  49. Cindy Keller

    I would, perhaps, be interested in the facts about outcomes of "high profile" court cases, but I certainly am not interested in turning to New Day for a "blow-by-blow" reporting of any one court cases. This is fed to us, creating a false importance and illogical focus on one story. Then, to ask us to vote on what we think about innocence or guilt based on the limited sections we were fed is dangerously like American Idol. Alright, let's hear the outcome of the trial, as it may be an indicator of a societal trend worth reporting. I am definitely not looking for a Morning "Show". I am looking for well reported news. Please stop worrying about whether we are entertained by it...we are not that lazy. I am genuinely wondering where to find a station reporting news about global and national issues.

    June 27, 2013 at 7:45 am | Reply
  50. Anonymous

    Just stick to the news. If I want morning talk, there are many other channels to choose from. This the equivalent of MTV not playing music vids anymore.

    June 27, 2013 at 7:03 am | Reply
  51. The Rock

    Hate the new morning show. too fluffy, i could watch the view and get more hard news. Bring back Ali Velshi and Christine Romans. Even Soledad was better than this crap. I go to CNN for my news, not anymore, you're just like every other morning news show now. FLUFF.

    June 25, 2013 at 9:05 am | Reply
  52. J. Davis, Knoxville, TN

    I also miss Z...very much and hope she is recovering well from surgery. Christine Romans I agree is a great, honest reporter.

    June 25, 2013 at 8:48 am | Reply
  53. J. Davis, Knoxville, TN

    Chris Cuomo is great; I liked Kate when she was on with Wolf. However, the hosts should stop talking over each other–it is very distracting. Michaela doesn't seem very friendly. I'm mad that CNN got rid of John Berman at the 8 p.m. hour–he is such a good reporter and kindly. Everyone that is really good CNN gets rid of!!!!! I'm opting for Good Morning America instead and the wonderful George and Robin and the rest of the GMA team–the weather guy Sam is great as is Josh and the blonde lady!

    June 25, 2013 at 8:46 am | Reply
  54. herb smith

    Im a black man ,. When i 1st heard about paula deans past use of the N – word my first thoughts were so what it's in her past you know love + forgive , however when you aired the segment with her on another talk show telling her black assitent who she said is black as this board to come out we can't see you , well she's earned all the flack that's coming at her . Im 59 yrs young she + and I are similar in age i guess , those types of comments from the larger white population are the root as to why blacks ( colored ) viewed there features as ugly unattractive in need of bleaching skin and any other black person you encountered you ( being blk ) hated them too . With mass media success everybody should get your message , I can't buy what she's selling , because my skin is black as that board . Herb Smith

    June 25, 2013 at 8:28 am | Reply
  55. Tafia

    I have watched CNN in the morning for over 10 years. This is the first time I want to turn the channel. It appears this show is striving to become more like the "Today" show and others like it. I miss the NEWS and the coverage from many angles and opinions. Plus, I have an issue with placing Michaela (the african american and slightly overweight woman) off to the right of the set. Do not get me wrong this is not s light to her weight. I am an overweight woman. It is just that the other two get more camera time and it just gives the wrong impression. She should be behind the desk with the other two.

    June 25, 2013 at 7:58 am | Reply
  56. Sue Bernardi

    Sorry New Day, but not a believable or engaging programming decision – I Get up earlier to catch Early Start with my favourites, John and Christine and looking forward to Zorida's return. New Day seems to trying to hard and somewhat staged. CNN needs to keep trying to reinvent the morning show segment with something and SOMEONE that works – had it right with Early Start and John and Zorida – disappointed to see CNN's on going struggle to keep your personalities consistent and long standing. wish New Day well but will continue to get my CNN fix from John and Christine – better chemistry and more naturally engaging. Go Early start!

    June 25, 2013 at 6:49 am | Reply
  57. Lorraine

    The best new show and combo of hosts that CNN has had in a long time. Michaela, Kate and Chris have great charisma while not being the annoying ,repetitive ,nagging hosts like Ashley or Soledad were. So far ,so good , I haven't been this happy with CNN since the days of Carol Costello and Christianne Amanpour.

    June 25, 2013 at 6:49 am | Reply
  58. arky

    Can't stand Chris Cuomo's voice! Where is the news? Seriously? What a waste of time. You folks at CNN need to watch Morning Joe to see what works and what "consistently" works. Good bye, CNN.

    June 25, 2013 at 6:23 am | Reply
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  60. Steve M

    While I like Kate Bolduan... it's clear that she got the job because she's a bit more eye candy to Zucker than Christine Romans who, in my opinion, is the most natural, brightest, well versed journalist on TV. Funny how she was there through thick and thin... all of CNN's worthless morning attempts. After Ashleigh and Soledad... CR became the go to girl...
    She deserved the shot to anchor New Day!!!

    June 16, 2013 at 4:24 pm | Reply
  61. Maggie Rodrigez

    I just wanted to wish Michaela good luck!! she is wonderful! and I'm very happy that she is going to be working with one of my favorite person, Chris Cuomo, they are going to be great! good luck!!!!

    June 16, 2013 at 2:32 pm | Reply
  62. Bigguyevan

    I am the first am I? Well congratulations of course! Carry on.

    June 16, 2013 at 1:57 pm | Reply
    • Parvin

      CNN finally has a good morning show .its a good combination of serious news and entertainment . I hope CNN can find spot for Soledad she was the best .

      June 25, 2013 at 8:51 am | Reply
  63. Hugh Perry

    You people need to research Ann Richards School for Women Leaders in Austin, Texas. It has been an incredible success story.

    June 15, 2013 at 9:24 am | Reply

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