Linden Soles

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Linden Soles (born October 26, 1956 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian television journalist, best known to international audiences as an anchor on CNN.[1] Most famously, he was known for reporting the death of Diana, Princess of Wales on CNN.

He was let go from the network in 1998 in a management shakeup by Rick Kaplan, after Kaplan determined that the network had too many anchors for viewers to keep track of.[1]

Prior to joining CNN in 1993, Soles worked for Canadian television stations including CKND-TV in Winnipeg, and both CKVU-TV and CHAN-TV in Vancouver.