The Advantages of CNN’s Late Streaming Entry
Streaming

By the time CNN’s new streaming service CNN+ debuts in early 2022, Fox News will have launched its third streaming service. MSNBC, meanwhile, has been creating content for NBCUniversal’s Peacock. ...

Hollywood Reporter
August 6, 2021

Inside CNN Plus: A First Look at the New Streaming Service
Streaming - Television

CNN disclosed the first details of its long-awaited new subscription streaming service Monday, which will launch in the first quarter of 2022 with 8-12 hours of original live content each day. CNN Wo...

Variety
July 19, 2021

CNN to Cover July 4th From Coast-to-Coast
Television

As the nation continues to move toward a return to normal, CNN will celebrate the reopening of the country with a special, live July 4th prime-time program featuring fireworks displays from coast-to-c...

CNN
June 24, 2021

Cable News Preps For Streaming Future
Streaming - Television

Cable news channels are at a tipping point. Fox News, CNN and MSNBC are coming off a record-smashing news year, propelled by a wild 2020 election (and its aftermath), not to mention an ongoing pandemi...

Hollywood Reporter
June 9, 2021

Disney, Netflix and Tech Titans Team Up to Fight the Climate C...
Streaming - Tech - Television

Some of the world's largest companies are joining forces to accelerate efforts to fight the climate crisis. Amazon, Disney, Google, Microsoft, Netflix, Salesforce, Unilever and Workday launched an al...

CNN
June 4, 2021

Where Does a Discovery Merger Leave CNN?
Streaming - Television

In 1988, Ted Turner had a vision: CNN should merge with Discovery Channel. It was still early days for cable television (Discovery debuted an experiment called “Shark Week” that year), but the ou...

Hollywood Reporter
May 18, 2021

CNN Overhauls Daytime, With New Anchors in Morning, Afternoon ...
Streaming - Television

CNN shook up its daytime schedule, unveiling a series of changes that will affect both its “New Day” morning program as well as its afternoon programming — the latest in a series of change at th...

Variety
February 17, 2021

CNN at a Crossroads: What Will AT&T Do Next?
Television

News chief Jeff Zucker is sticking around for 10 months following a ratings boom, but as parent WarnerMedia embraces a streaming future, is a sale or spinoff in the works? Ending speculation about his...

Hollywood Reporter
February 10, 2021

Jeff Zucker Says He’ll Stay at CNN Through End of Year
Television

Jeff Zucker told employees on Thursday that he will remain in his post overseeing CNN, ending speculation for now that he will exit. “I am going to stay and finish my current contract, which, as I ...

Deadline
February 4, 2021

CNN Primetime Ratings Fall Back to Earth in First Post-trump W...
Television

While January 2021 will go down in the ratings record books for CNN, the last week of the month may offer a portent of what the post-Trump era will be like for the network. In the first week of the B...

Variety
February 2, 2021

Kia to haul Times Square’s ‘2021’ across the U.S. in...
Automotive

When the New Year hits in 31 days, it won’t magically wipe away the virus or erase the political strife and other factors that made 2020 an historically bad year. But the mere changing of a numeral ...

Automotive News
December 1, 2020

Two major mall owners file for bankruptcy
Retail

CBL Properties (CBLPRD) and PREIT (PEI) filed for Chapter 11 on Sunday. For the full story, visit CNN  -  https://www.cnn.com/2020/11/02/investing/mall-bankruptcies-cbl-properties-preit/index.htm...

CNN
November 2, 2020

How the networks plan to cover the finale to campaign
Television

Networks are grappling with a potentially complicated, long-drawn out Election Night. For the full story, visit Deadline  -  https://deadline.com/2020/11/networks-election-night-2020-donald-trump...

Deadline
November 2, 2020

‘Dreamland: The Rise and Fall of Black Wall Street’
Television

The SpringHill Company and CNN Films will produce “Dreamland: The Rise and Fall of Black Wall Street,” a documentary examining the violent events of late May and June 1921 in Tulsa. For the ful...

Variety
October 26, 2020

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