Brown to Anchor ‘Wide Angle’

Apr 28, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Former CNN anchor Aaron Brown will occupy a prime-time national anchor chair once again this summer as the host of “Wide Angle.” The public broadcasting series, focused on international issues and foreign policy, is produced by New York station WNET-TV.
The seventh season of the weekly series will run July 1-Aug. 19.
Among the topics to be covered: the humanitarian crisis in Darfur, the younger generation that will take the reins of power in China, midwives in Mozambique, the re-emergence of Japan’s military and Venezuela’s attempt to convert its oil boom into modern socialism.
Mr. Brown left CNN in late 2005 after a little more than four years as the news channel’s flagship anchor.
He will succeed Daljit Dhaliwal as “Wide Angle” host.


  1. Aaron Brown…Go for it! You have been missed.
    Peter Bright

  2. I have found no one who made watching the news as enjoyable as he.I want him back.

  3. We’re excited about having Aaron Brown back again.

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