Kim Brunhuber Joins CNN International
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has hired Kim Brunhuber as an anchor. She will host the morning editions of CNN’s Europe Newsroom on Saturdays and Sundays. She will also anchor weekday news programs. Mike McCarthy, CNN’s executive vice president and general manager, said, “Kim’s experience is a good fit for CNN International.” The CNN Newsroom is a multiplatform network with over 60 correspondents in 90 countries.
Prior to joining CNN International, Brunhuber has worked for CBC and CTV. She was a senior trainer with Journalists for Human Rights, where she worked with local journalists to report on human rights issues like female genital mutilation. She was also a freelance reporter and filed news reports from all over the world. She is a graduate of Carleton University and holds a master’s degree in journalism. Her family is from Canada, but she has never disclosed her ancestry.
Brunhuber joined CNN International from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, where she served as a senior correspondent. She covered major U.S. and international news stories, including the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. She also reported on tragedies like the Los Angeles fires and mass shootings. Her work has won her numerous awards, including the 2018 National Press Club Award. She has two children, Amari.