Nick Wrenn appointed managing editor Europe, Middle East and Africa CNN International

MUMBAI: Nick Wrenn has been appointed as the managing editor of CNN's production and newsgathering operations across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. 

Prior to the new position, Wrenn was the editor of CNN's international websites.He will take up his new position immediately.


In this newly created international directorate at CNN, Wrenn will oversee the day-to-day London based news, business, and feature programming as well co-ordinate CNN's newsgathering across the EMEA region, says a company release.

CNN London's integrated television and web operation, as well as editorial oversight of CNN International's flagship news and feature programming in London, which includes 'World Business Today', 'World News Europe', 'Global Office' and 'International Correspondents' wil be a major part of his responsibilities.

According to CNN International managing director Chris Cramer, "Nick is a highly experienced journalist and talented manage. His experience and knowledge of CNN's editorial and commercial business needs will be invaluable as we continue to develop CNN International and integrate newsgathering."

Besides new responsibilities, Wrenn will continue to oversee all of CNN's English language international web operations as well as, says the release.

Nick Wrenn joined CNN in July 2000 and has been instrumental in the development of CNN's international websites and interactive properties around the world. Prior to joining CNN, he was duty editor and UK editor for BBC News Online. He has also worked at the Press Association, Reuters, UPI and BBC Ceefax, and began his career as a print journalist, with the Basingstoke and North Hampshire Gazette.

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