In an arena crowded with television newsmagazines, the year old CNN & TIME is rapidly making its mark. CNN & TIME showed the world the first images of atrocities in Kosovo--video-taped evidence of a massacre in the town of Izbica which the U.S. State Department later said corroborated government satellite photos of mass graves. CNN & TIME aired this footage, and the massacre became part of the War Crimes Tribunal's indictment of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.
CNN & TIME's emmy-nominated investigation "Code Name: Teacup" exposed a top-secret intelligence operation that caught Iraq trying to buy illegal weapons parts; CNN & TIME was the only news program to have an interview with King Hussein shortly before his death; and in the wake of the Columbine High School tragedy, CNN & TIME gained exclusive access to a video game which had been modified by Eric Harris and appeared to be a blueprint for the shootings.
Hosted by Jeff Greenfield and
Bernard Shaw, CNN & TIME airs Sundays from 9-10 p.m. (ET) on CNN/U.S.
CNN & TIME combines the traditional detailed storytelling of TIME with the global reach of CNN. Nothing showcases this collaboration more than the weekly signature feature "Dispatches" - in which correspondents from CNN or TIME open their notebooks to bring viewers the story behind the week's top story. Frequently, CNN & TIME and TIME magazine will jointly cover the same stories and share resources on major breaking news stories.
From a documentary on a week in the life of the Dalai Lama to an investigation of tainted blood purchased from an Arkansas prison, CNN & TIME draws upon the world-wide newsgathering resources of CNN and TIME magazine to bring viewers a diverse array of investigations, documentary features and profiles. Civia Tamarkin is the executive producer of CNN & TIME.
Sundays, 9 p.m. ET