Prominent CNN Figure Leaves Network After Over Two Decades: Time ‘to Move On’

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CNN Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr will be leaving the network, according to a new report.

Oliver Darcy, CNN’s senior media reporter, posted the news on Twitter.

He wrote that Starr “has announced to colleagues that she will be leaving CNN in the coming days after her contract expires: ‘I have made the decision to move on.’”

According to her CNN biography, Starr joined CNN in 2001 after working with ABC News since 1998. Starr had also been the  Washington, D.C., bureau chief for Jane’s Defense Weekly, which reports on national security issues.

“To my many colleagues and friends, With the expiration of my contract in the coming days I have made the decision to move on. Let me say this… you never say goodbye to your friends, so I won’t,” she wrote in a memo to colleagues, according to Deadline.

Jon Adler, senior vice president of program development for CNN Originals, is also departing according to Deadline.

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