CNN+, the streaming service from CNN, is being shut down by Warner Bros. Discovery, the network announced Thursday.
Chris Licht, CNN’s incoming president, broke the news to CNN+ staffers Thursday. It came CNN’s former parent company, WarnerMedia, merged with Discovery to form Warner Bros. Discovery.
Andrew Morse, the executive vice president overseeing CNN+, will depart the company after a transition period, according to CNN.
The struggling digital service is officially ceasing operations on April 30, according to sources.
Chris Wallace, the registered Democrat and ex-Fox News host, went wobbly in the knees during an interview with White House press secretary Jen Psaki.
No one signed up for Jake Tapper’s book club 😭😭😭 https://t.co/Dc4H97QObZ— Jack Posobiec ☦️ (@JackPosobiec) April 21, 2022
CNN goes into FULL panic mode as they find out Americans don’t want to PAY for Fake News— CNN+ is DONE. pic.twitter.com/xY2KTLwfBM— Benny “Libs Of Tik Tok” Aficionado (@bennyjohnson) April 20, 2022
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