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World News Now or (WNN) is an American early weekday morning television news program.

It debuted on January 6, 1992.




Anchors[]

  • Aaron Brown and Lisa McRee - (January 6, 1992-January 1993)
  • Aaron Brown - (January 1993-May 1993)
  • Aaron Brown and Thalia Assuras - (May 1993-June 1993)
  • Thalia Assuras and Boyd Matson - (June 1993-November 1994)
  • Thalia Assuras and Kevin Newman - (November 1994-April 1996)
  • Thalia Assuras and Mark Mullen - (April 1996-January 1997)
  • Mark Mullen and Asha Blake - January 1997-December 1998)
  • Juju Chang and Anderson Cooper - (January 1999-February 2000)
  • Anderson Cooper and Alison Stewart - (February 2000-August 2000)
  • Alison Stewart and Derek McGinty - (August 2000-February 2002)
  • Derek McGinty and Liz Cho - (February 2002-June 2003)
  • Andrea Stassou and David Muir - (June 2003-December 2003
  • David Muir and Tamala Edwards - (December 2003-August 2004)
  • Tamala Edwards and Ron Corning - (August 2004-January 2005)
  • Ron Corning and Heather Cabot - (January 2005-December 2005)
  • Ron Corning and Taina Hernandez - (December 2005-August 2006)
  • Taina Hernandez and Hari Sreenivasen - (August 2006-February 2007)
  • Taina Hernandez and Ryan Owens - (February 2007-December 2007)
  • Ryan Owens (main); Gigi Stone, Christianne Klein and Tanya Rivero (alternative substitutes) - (December 2007-February 2008)
  • Tanya Rivero (main); Gigi Stone and Christianne Klein (alternative substitutes) - (February 2008-March 2008)
  • Jeremy Hubbard (main); Gigi Stone, Christianne Klein and Tanya Rivero]] (alternative substitutes) - (March 2008-May 2008)
  • Jeremy Hubbard and Vinita Nair - (May 2008-July 2010)
  • Vinita Nair and Rob Nelson - (July 2010-February 2011)
  • Rob Nelson and Peggy Bunker - (February 2011-July 2011)
  • Rob Nelson (main); Tanya Rivero, Diana Alvear and Linsey Davis (alternative substitutes) - (July 2011-October 2011)
  • Rob Nelson (main); Yunji De Nies, Cecilia Vega and Sunny Hostin (alternative substitutes) - (October 2011-January 2012)
  • Rob Nelson and Paula Faris - (January 2012-January 2013)
  • Rob Nelson (main); Sunny Holstin, Diana Perez and Brandi Hitt (alternative substitutes) - (January 2013-February 2013)
  • Rob Nelson and Diana Perez - (February 2013-March 2013)
  • Diana Perez and John Muller (main); Marci Gonzalez, Linzie Janis, Tai Hernandez, Rob Nelson and Rob Powers (substitute alternatives) - (March 2013-May 2014)
  • John Muller (main); Linzie Janis and Reena Ninan (alternative substitutes) - (May 2014-June 2014)
  • Tahman Bradley, Devin Dwyer, Michelle Franzen, Matt Gutman, Brandi Hitt, Dan Kloeffler, Muhammad Lila, Reena Ninan and Ryan Smith (all substitutes) - (June 2014-September 2014)
  • T.J. Holmes and Reena Ninan (main); Michelle Franzen, Tai Hernandez, Kayna Whitworth, Kendis Gibson and Ryan Smith (substitutes) - (October 2014-August 2015)
  • Reena Ninan (main); Kendis Gibson and Phillip Mena (substitutes) - (August 2015-April 2016)
  • Diane Macedo (main); Kendis Gibson (substitute) - (April 2016-February 2017)
  • Diane Macedo and Kendis Gibson (main) - (February 2017-November 2018)
  • Kendis Gibson and Janai Norman (main) - (November 2018-December 2018)
  • Janai Norman (main) and Kenneth Moton, Gio Benitez and Ryan Smith (substitutes) - (December 2018-present)
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