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An exciting new adventure

March 22nd, 2010
03:52 PM ET

I'm deeply touched by outpouring of support as I start an exciting new adventure: taking all that I have learned, experienced and reported about the world during nearly 27 years at CNN, to This Week. It’s a magnificent Sunday morning news program, rich in the tradition of serious journalism. I look forward to the rare... opportunity to explore important U.S. and international issues & policy, and how each vitally affects the other.

I've read all your wonderful comments and I'm truly touched, grateful & overwhelmed by your support. I've always hugely respected & appreciated CNN’s audience of caring, curious, inquiring people around the U.S. and all across the globe.

It's been my privilege to be your eyes and ears around the world. At this powerful platform for nearly 27 years, I've tried to stand for the pursuit of truth, the search for fact-based information for reporting news and without fear nor favor.

I'll continue at CNN until the end of April, and then I will take this mission to ABC This Week. Thank you and stay tuned on TV, online via Twitter and Faceboook and on the podcast as the journey continues.


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  1. abram epstein

    Congratulations on your new job. I hope you will have your husband as a frquent guest!

    March 22, 2010 at 4:27 pm | Reply
  2. Katy

    You are one of my heroes, along with Hillary Clinton, Madeleine Albright, and Gwen Ifill. I hope you agree you're in good company! I'm sorry you're leaving CNN, because I think you are one of the few solid reasons CNN stays at the forefront of (relatively) unbiased news. But of course, you'll bring your talents and your strong respectability to ABC. Good luck to you. I'll still be fan!

    March 23, 2010 at 9:12 pm | Reply
  3. Ed Henderson

    We will miss you. I hope CNN continues with the theme that Sunday will be for serious news. That add piece promoting State of the Union, Zakaria & Amanpour two months ago ("A serious Sunday line up for people who know the difference between Hamas & Hezbullah, etc.) really struck a note with me. You were a big part of that and I hope CNN continues in that tradition and not succumb to replacing you with a "news show" of Tiger Woods, Anna Nichole Smith, etc.

    March 24, 2010 at 5:46 am | Reply
  4. Annemarie Karpf

    Dear Miss Amanpour,
    with great regret I have learned that you will cease your programs at CNN, which were immensely interesting. Unfortunately, I cannot receive ABC where I am.
    All my best wishes for your new venture and your professional and private future. I am certain that it will be a big success.
    All the best,
    sincerely
    Annemarie Karpf
    (from Austria)

    March 24, 2010 at 12:37 pm | Reply

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