The CNN+ experience will be fading to black sometime Thursday.
According to a Digital Trends, the company has already notified CNN+ subscribers about the streaming product ending Thursday, thus ensuring the service shuts down before the renewal date.
“CNN+ streaming will come to an end on April 28, 2022. If you purchased your subscription directly from us, we will be providing a full refund for your subscription fee back to your original CNN+ payment method by May 28, 2022,” the company said in the email, citing the Digital Trends story.
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Accounts will remain active after Thursday, but there will be no more content on the platform, according to CNN+.
CNN launched its streaming platform March 29, and invested approximately $300 million into the project, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Also, under AT&T, there were reports of $100 million in development costs and some 500 employees assigned to building out CNN+.
As part of this sizable commitment, CNN aggressively recruited high-profile talent for the new platform, such as former Fox News host Chris Wallace, noted American chef Alison Roman, and Hollywood actress Eva Longoria. Continue reading at Newsmax.