CNN, as part of new president Jeff Zucker's push to attract younger viewers, is emphasizing entertainment-style journalism and giving more air time to newer faces, Maura McGowan writes. CNN has shuttered its Baghdad bureau and instead will rely on stringers and roving correspondents for Iraq coverage. The news network also is said to be reducing the on-air presence of Wolf Blitzer, who is 65, in favor of newer anchors, such as Chris Cuomo and Jake Tapper, McGowan writes.

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