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Report: Kaylee Hartung is leaving ESPN for CNN
« on: March 03, 2017, 12:43:17 pm »

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Re: Report: Kaylee Hartung is leaving ESPN for CNN
« Reply #2 on: March 28, 2017, 07:52:28 am »

I'd bail on ESPN, too. They're about to be even worse with all the layoffs
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Re: Report: Kaylee Hartung is leaving ESPN for CNN
« Reply #3 on: March 28, 2017, 08:08:43 am »

liberal media to liberal media
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Re: Report: Kaylee Hartung is leaving ESPN for CNN
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Re: Report: Kaylee Hartung is leaving ESPN for CNN
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Kaylee Hartung, a Baton Rouge native and Episcopal High graduate, joined CNN on Monday as a news correspondent based in Atlanta, the network announced.

She previously worked at ESPN/SEC Network. In summer 2016, Hartung was promoted at ESPN to be the sideline reporter for SEC Network prime-time college football telecasts.

Hartung will be a news reporter and contribute features for all of CNN's television and digital platforms, CNN said.

Hartung joined ESPN in the fall of 2012 as an anchor and reporter for Longhorn Network. She hosted Longhorn Network’s flagship program Longhorn Extra, reported for Texas GameDay and crafted feature stories – two of which garnered LoneStar [Regional] Emmys.

Before crossing over to sports, Hartung spent five years in CBS News’ Washington Bureau. She produced, photographed and edited her own reports for CBSNews.com. She also worked as an associate producer for Bob Schieffer.

Hartung graduated from Washington and Lee University where she majored in broadcast journalism and politics.
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