The news giant to launch its own streaming service

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According to the first reports, CNN Plus will have between 8-12 hours of daily live programming, as well as new series and movies.

Due to its popularity the platforms of streaming content continue to rise, it was recently announced that there could be a new addition with CNN Plus.

WarnerMedia, owned by AT&T, would be thinking of launching its own platform that would have the news aspect as its main advantage.

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The first reports indicate that it could offer between 8-12 hours of daily live programming, as well as a library of new series and original films.

Rumor has it that it will be available on the app CNN, which will also include television broadcasts from CNN and related cable channels for pay-TV subscribers.

CNN Plus It will exist separately from the cable channels CNN, CNN International, CNN in Spanish, and the real news and crimes channel HLN.

“With the most trusted and recognized name in news. CNN has an unmatched global reach, world-class talent, and a vast library of existing content. That includes award-winning series and films, ”said Jeff Zucker, president of CNN Worldwide.

This channel will be aimed at fans of the network, “addicted to news and fans of quality non-fiction programming.”

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It should be remembered that CNN It is not the only news network that is thinking of having its own platform, as Fox News would also be planning to have new income with subscription streaming services.

CNN Plus It could be launched in the first quarter of 2022 in the United States. So far no more details about prices are known.

“We will offer consumers a broadcast product that increases the reach of the CNN brand. In a way that no one else is doing. There is nothing like this “

AT&T Y Discovery They also announced that they will launch their service to compete with large platforms such as Netflix Y Disney +.

Although the union has already been announced, the agreement is expected to close in mid-2022, as it is pending approval from Discovery shareholders and regulators.

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