Weber Shandwick Hires Former CNN Anchor
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Weber Shandwick Hires Former CNN Anchor

Former CNN Headline News anchor Renay San Miguel is joining Weber Shandwick as a senior vice president in its WCTV broadcast unit. Focusing on traditional and new media, San Miguel will provide senior strategic media services for clients including Microsoft.

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SEATTLE—Former CNN Headline News anchor Renay San Miguel is joining Weber Shandwick as a senior vice president in its WCTV broadcast unit. Focusing on traditional and new media, San Miguel will provide senior strategic media services for clients including Microsoft and will be based in Seattle, a hub for the firm’s global technology practice.

During a 22-year career as a broadcast journalist, San Miguel reported on technology, education and political issues. He has covered the Consumer Electronics Shows for CNN Headline News, CNN International and CNN.com, as well as for CNN’s sister networks, including CNN Pipeline and was also the host of The Digital Life podcast on CNN.com.

Before his time a Headline News anchor, San Miguel provided technology updates for Headline News and CNN/U.S. He was also the original anchor for [email protected], the network’s live science and technology series. He also co-anchored CNNRadio coverage of election night 2004 as well as the State of the Union address in 2005.

San Miguel joined Headline News in 2001 from CBS News and CBS Marketwatch, where he reported on technology for The Early Show, CBS affiliates and CBS Marketwatch.com.  Previously, he was CNBC’s technology correspondent and its NASDAQ reporter.

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