Holly Firfer, who has done a raft of TV and radio hosting gigs over the years, has nabbed a full-time job at CNN Airport Network.
Starting June 4, Firfer will be providing CNN with special feature travel stories that will be seen exclusively in airports around the country, including (of course) Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. She will also provide health reports for Accent Health, which provides stories for medical offices, and will help out with CNN on breaking news.
You might remember Firfer when she did anchor and correspondence work for CNN and what was then called CNN Headline News. In 2004, she joined Dave FM with Steve Barnes as a morning co-host. After Barnes was let go, she continued to host with Tim Orff until late 2007.
In 2005, she joined WXIA-TV as a co-host of “Atlanta & Company” with Tom Sullivan, a gig that lasted four years.
She has since done free-lance work for CNN and Victoria Stilwell of “It’s Me or the Dog,” as well as weekends on Star 94.
By Rodney Ho, Radio & TV Talk