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October 2nd, 2011
05:21 PM ET

Erin Burnett: Competing with opinions

CNN's newest anchor Erin Burnett tells Howard Kurtz why she won't look at the show's ratings.


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  5. josh

    Mrs. Burnett is one of the best tv journalist out there right now! I am so proud of her and proud of CNN for giving her a chance. I watch FOX but sometimes like to see what the others have to say. The great thing about her is you can't tell which side she leans towards. She expresses herself in ways that make you think more about the issues. I may disagree with her alot of times but I don't automatically turn her off just so I can return to my political comfort zone-I listen. CNN and Fox can learn a thing or two, MSNBC not so much. Like I read somewhere before she is the Walter Cronkite our day more or less-Give me some Eburn! Thanks Erin:)

    December 17, 2012 at 11:15 am | Reply
  6. Juanitta Mitchell

    Erin Burnett is conservitive and for the love of God, I don't know why CNN has her on their channel. She needs to work for FOX because her extream views are like those of the FOX Network. I've watched her show a few times and seen her disdain toward the left exibited too many times.

    November 4, 2012 at 12:45 pm | Reply
  7. Tom

    I typically avoid CNN because much of what I've been exposed to has been biased, but have recently been watching Erin Burnett, Outfront. What I've seen politically from her has been very objective, and truthful, a rare characteristic these days for much of the news media. I've also been impressed with her coverage of Storm Sandy, where last night she was deep in water along the Hudson River. Keep up the good work, Erin.

    October 30, 2012 at 8:23 pm | Reply
  8. john

    I find it laughable when someone calls Erin a Liberal or is Bias toward the Left. She is a conservative through and through. She could be considered left of say,,,Hannity or Limbaugh but Hitler would be left of those 2. And her voice is horribly irritating.

    October 25, 2012 at 7:42 pm | Reply
    • Harriet Meaders

      I totally agree with you, John. It has gotten to the point that when her show starts I turn to another network just to avoid having to listen to the sound of her voice and her stuttering and stammering. I also do not find her that knowledgeable either. I like Poppy Harlow but her voice grates on my nerves as well. Why do networks only hire women for looks while overlooking the fact we also have to listen to them.

      December 19, 2015 at 7:36 pm | Reply
  9. Richard

    Erin Burnett's Oufront is like FOX news on CNN. She needs to be with FOX, where shes truely belong.

    October 24, 2012 at 3:20 pm | Reply
  10. Michael

    Conservative call her a liberal...but her questions and answers sometime on the show seem conservative to me... Try watching the show a few time, but i just cant finish it.

    December 14, 2011 at 12:34 am | Reply
  11. Mike

    I too will be switching the channel when she comes on, and would be very surprised if she lasts long in this most important time slot. Am I the only one who cringes when I hear her delivery? Her voice gets an 8.5 on the harshness scale, and a full 10.0 on nasality. She's easy to look at, but impossible to listen to. Surely you guys can do better. PLEASE!

    November 3, 2011 at 8:58 pm | Reply
  12. joseelr

    I don't expect her show to last for much longer – she is awful .... simply awful and irritating.

    October 22, 2011 at 10:24 pm | Reply
  13. julie mcgoldrick-stewart

    I used to watch the news with anderson cooper because I thought he was at least fair on the issues but Erin Burnett is so conservative, I might as well be watching fox. I will no longer be tuning in to biased CNN during the news hours. She should go to fox which doesn't even try to be fair or balanced.

    October 12, 2011 at 8:37 pm | Reply
  14. Laura

    CNN, once again you have hired some conservative from a small town, who can't hide her bias. I was absolutely disgusted with her first show when she interviewed and aired a most ridiculous representation of the Wall Street protests, only worthy of a FOX news reporter. This is the second time you have wheeled -out some (reporter?? never seen her before) with obvious conservative leanings....I don't mind balanced reporting, but I won't stand for any more of these conservatives slipping into CNN and trying to look balanced. Sorry, her leanings are too obvious. Even her response to Michael Moore's dismay about her report was extremely disrespectful. I was extremely angry, but not angry enough to keep watching her show. From now on, I will stick to Anderson Cooper, John King and change my channel when her show comes on. I switched to BBC for a balanced view of the protest and they nailed it!! I never watch FOX and I will never watch Erin Burnett again.

    October 5, 2011 at 1:55 pm | Reply

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