"CNN President Jeff Zucker survived plenty of corporate intrigue since telecom giant AT&T swallowed up the cable network’s parent company two years ago," reports The Wall Street Journal. "Now that is changing, leaving Mr. Zucker frustrated and his future at the cable news network in doubt. Mr. Zucker, who has overseen CNN for seven years, felt blindsided by a recent restructuring carried out by parent WarnerMedia, and has had friction with its chief executive, Jason Kilar, according to people familiar with the situation. The 55-year-old’s contract expires next year and he hasn’t committed to extending his deal in meetings with WarnerMedia brass and communications with CNN employees, the people say. Asked about his future in a town hall video chat on Wednesday, Mr. Zucker said he loves his job, but added, 'The industry is changing, our company is changing, so I have a lot to think about,' according to a recording of his remarks. He added, 'I’ll do that at the right time.'" Zucker says he won't make a decision until after the election. Zucker is one of the most influential TV executives in history, making Donald Trump the star of The Apprentice on NBC and providing Trump plenty of free airtime showing his rallies on CNN during the 2016 presidential campaign.