It was bound to fail, not because CNN didn’t try hard enough but because they’re CNN. Fake news doesn’t pay. At least it shouldn’t.
The premium streaming service for the news network, named CNN+, barely survived a month before crashing and burning. This is likely due to the fact that it was a complete and miserable failure from birth to death. According to Todd Starnes:
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.
In this terrible Biden economy, it’s never a good thing when people lose their jobs. Unfortunately, there’s no telling how many will suffer because they thought CNN+ was a good enough idea that they should work there. Has anyone checked on Chris Wallace?