Ashleigh Banfield and Carol Costello Will Also Leave in Program Shuffle
The change in direction reflects some tough realities for the network, which executives feel has not reaped as much from the Trump news cycle as its corporate sister, or rivals like Fox News Channel and MSNBC. Like HLN, those networks have also put more resources into their daytime schedules. But executives appear to have concluded HLN’s lineup is not performing in a way that warrants some of the investment that has been placed against it.
“The current cable news landscape is dominated by politics. Our live news shows have not benefited from this trend given our story mix. However, HLN’s longform programs have been performing very well,” said Ken Jautz, the CNN executive vice president who oversees HLN, in a memo sent to staffers Tuesday.
Maybe Michaela Pereira will end up back at KTLA. Wasn’t she based out of LA anyway just down the street in Hollywood? Saskatoon born!
Three fine ladies with interesting programs & views…they made HLN a nice, gentler spot than their cousin…hope they land on their feet.
Less lefties on TV,they will all land somewhere.
I really miss Michaela Pereira on Hln. I do hope she will get on another TV station or return to HLN. The Girl was great with her news . Alot of talent.