Atlanta, GA––CNN PR director Richard Seymour apologized to viewers via twitter this afternoon after station officials realized they would not be covering the annual March for Life due to breaking footage released of a dolphin stranded in Brooklyn’s highly polluted Gowanus Canal. ”Un4tunately not gonna be covring the March on CNN,“ he wrote via his twitter page. “Luv the March but we R talking bout a life here.” Seymour later sat down with Eye of the Tiber, saying, “It seems like every year, about this time, some huge story breaks, and this year’s no exception. We deeply apologize to the half-million people at the March, as well as the millions of viewers who count on us daily to keep them abreast of important news stories as they happen.” Seymour went on to say that, with regards to the March, “There’s always next year.” At press time, Eye of the Tiber and CNN have been informed that the dolphin has passed. Seymour says that CNN will be covering the dolphin’s memorial service scheduled for tomorrow; all day.