CNN International announced its new schedule, effective September 10: at 9am ET, new CNN hire Julia Chatterley will front First Move. The network touts it as a ast-moving show, presented live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, that will cover the latest market moves in the U.S and around the world, and look ahead to the key business stories of the day.
The International Desk and Connect the World will continue to air at 10am and 11am, respectively.
At noon ET, CNN International will be re-focusing on business news with The Express — a rebranding of Richard Quest’s Quest Express. At the New York Stock Exchange, Chatterley will join Quest to keep viewers up to date with the latest developments on the world’s markets, according to the network’s release.
At 1pm, CNN will air the new Amanpour & Company — Christiane Amanpour’s new hour-long CNN/PBS partnership simulcast, featuring journalists Walter Isaacson, Michel Martin, Alicia Menendez and Hari Sreenivasan as contributors.
Moving forward an hour each, Hala Gorani Tonight will air at 2pm ET and Quest Means Business will air at 3pm, making way for the 4pm international simulcast of The Lead with Jake Tapper.
5pm will continue with CNN Today with Michael Holmes and Amara Walker.
Mike McCarthy, SVP of Programming and General Manager, CNN International, said: “With new shows and expanded programming, these changes will benefit our audiences enormously. Across business, current affairs, politics, culture and sport, CNN International viewers will get the complete picture, from around the world, in one place.”