CNN is letting go two on-air personalities, TVNewser.com reports. The cable news channel, which is struggling to regain ratings after losing ground to Fox News Channel and MSNBC, has cut meteorologists Reynolds Wolf and Jacqui Jeras, the story reports.
Wolf has worked at the network since 2006, while Jeras has been on board since 1999, the report notes.
"It appears as though Wolf and Jeras are the only cuts in CNN’s weather unit, but we will update if we hear more," the story notes. CNN still has Chad Myers and Rob Marciano in its weather unit, as well as additional meteorologists at CNN International and CNN en Espanol.
Wolf was one of CNN’s most visible correspondents during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster in 2010, while Jeras spent 84 hours on the air covering Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, the story notes.