1980 – Happy birthday, CNN! The world's first 24-hour news network came to life on June 1, 1980. Husband-and-wife duo Lois Hart and Dave Walker anchored the first broadcast. Click through this gallery to see how the sets and graphics have changed. The following images are from around June of each year.
1981 – Kathleen Sullivan anchors a 1981 broadcast. The graphics were rather basic compared to what you see today.
1982 – "CNN Prime News" was a staple program in the '80s and '90s. Here, Lou Dobbs and Kathleen Sullivan prepare for a 1982 broadcast. The sunken area behind them, fondly known as "the pit," is the control room.
1983 – Lou Dobbs reports on the 1983 hurricane season. Note the corded phone.
1984 – Sandi Freeman interviews actor Anthony Quinn in a 1984 episode of "Freeman Reports." "Freeman Reports" aired for five years.
1985 – Larry King hosts the inaugural episode of "Larry King Live" on June 3, 1985. His first guest was then-New York Gov. Mario Cuomo.
1986 – Here, Larry King conducts a 1986 interview with Jane Fonda.
1987 – "Crossfire" was another signature show that ran from 1982 to 2005 and again from 2013 to 2014. This 1987 edition was hosted by journalist Tom Braden and columnist Robert Novak.
1989 – Ralph Wenge reports on international news in 1989. CNN International launched in 1985.
1990 – Mary Anne Loughlin and Ralph Wenge anchor "CNN Day Watch" in 1990.
1992 – Bernard Shaw anchors "Prime News" from the Washington newsroom. Shaw worked at CNN for 21 years. In an interview ahead of CNN's 35th birthday, he called himself a "journalist who happened to anchor."
1993 – "Prime News" examined world events, issues and newsmakers. Here, a 1993 broadcast gets underway.
1994 – In one of the most memorable broadcasts of all time, Larry King anchors during O.J. Simpson's 1994 slow-speed chase.
1995 – Donna Kelley and Leon Harris anchor a special broadcast marking 15 years of CNN.
1996 – In this 1996 segment, Candy Crowley reports on then-Sen. Bob Dole's departure from Capitol Hill after 35 years. Crowley spent 27 years with CNN.
1997 – Susan Candiotti reports on June 2, 1997, as the world awaited the verdict in the case against Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh. Candiotti joined CNN in 1994 and most recently covered the trial of Aaron Hernandez.
1998 – Joie Chen and Greta Van Susteren report from Atlanta and Washington in a 1998 broadcast of "The World Today."
1999 – Karen Maginnis provides an update on the weather in this 1999 newscast.
2000 – Anchors Daryn Kagan and Bill Hemmer report on the Elian Gonzalez case on June 1, 2000.
2001 – Martin Savidge anchors an 8 p.m. newscast from CNN's Atlanta headquarters on June 2, 2001.
2002 – This 2002 broadcast of "NewsNight" included reports from Andrea Koppel at the State Department, Kelli Arena in Washington and Jamie McIntyre at the Pentagon.
2003 – All monitors are fired up in the control room during a 2003 broadcast.
2004 – This 2004 episode of "NewsNight" included reports from Harris Whitbeck in Baghdad, Iraq, Suzanne Malveaux at the White House, Jamie McIntyre at the Pentagon and Miguel Marquez in Los Angeles. The big headline was the election of a new Iraqi government.
2005 – In 2005, Paula Zahn hosted a special program looking back at 25 years of CNN.
2006 – Anderson Cooper reports on the arrival of the 2006 hurricane season. Cooper joined CNN late in 2001, and his show "Anderson Cooper 360˚" launched in 2003.
2007 – Wolf Blitzer comes out of a commercial break in a 2007 broadcast of "The Situation Room." "The Situation Room" first aired in 2005.
2008 – Wolf Blitzer reports from the CNN Election Center in New York in 2008.
2009 – Anderson Cooper reports on Air France Flight 447, which crashed into the Atlantic Ocean in June 2009.
2010 – John King hosts a 2010 episode of "John King USA." King is CNN's chief national correspondent and anchor of "Inside Politics." He's reported from every state and more than 70 countries.
2011 – Randi Kaye and Alison Kosik appear in a CNN broadcast on June 1, 2011.
2012 – Kate Bolduan anchors from Atlanta on June 1, 2012. The big news in this broadcast was that a judge had revoked George Zimmerman's bond.
2013 – Alison Kosik and Victor Blackwell host the weekend edition of "Early Start" on June 1, 2013.
2014 – Dana Bash reports for "CNN Newsroom" on June 1, 2014.
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