CNN, in its first year under chief Jeff Zucker, has brought in new talent and made programming changes but still hasn't been able to move the ratings needle much among the key 25-to-54 group to catch up to rivals Fox News and MSNBC. Analyst Andrew Tyndall blames the network's middle-of-the-road approach for its failure to connect with viewers. "In trying not to be partisan, it's opting for no voice at all," Tyndall said. "It's lacking an interesting voice and lacking in coherence. What does Wolf Blitzer have in common with Piers Morgan?"

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