It seems that there just about aren't any "old timers" left at CNN anymore. FTVLive told you last week that CNN original Candy Crowley was leaving the one time cable news network, now reality channel.
Now word comes that Parisa Khosravi, Senior Vice President for CNN Worldwide, in charge of Global Relations is hitting the bricks.
Khosravi, is the first ever CNN ambassador, responsible for leading CNN's key international editorial relationships, coverage and securing access for CNN journalists around the world. She believed in CNN Founder Ted Turner, but now she's ready to move on.
Here is the internal email she sent to her co-workers at CNN:
To my dear CNN family in every corner of the world, we have covered and made history together. I will cherish it all.
I joined CNN because of Ted's commitment to international news and have had the honor of being part of helping build CNN to a global news power house.
The front row seat to every major news event for nearly three decades has been awesome and humbling.
I now want to change gears and go after some new opportunities and will be retiring from CNN in the weeks ahead.
My deepest appreciation to Ted Turner for creating our amazing CNN and allowing us, present and past CNNers to have such an incredible journey covering our world.
Wherever you are and whatever story you are covering, be safe!
Notice she made no mention of Jeff Zucker in her goodbye memo. Sometimes it's words that are NOT written that tell you the story.