Things That Lasted Longer Than CNN+: New Coke, Tom Brady’s Retirement!
Lasting just 32 days, CNN+ has been put out of its misery. The far-left streaming channel flopped on a massive level, lasting from just March 29 through April 30, 2022. So, we wondered, just what lasted longer than CNN+?
Total Failure CNN+ Is Being Killed Off Only a Month After Launch
CNN+, launched March 29 as a flaming heap of failure and narcissism, is set to be killed off come April 30. CNN and parent company Warner Bros. Discovery confirmed the death late Thursday morning. The move came a month after its birth and reportedly went off despite objections from Discovery. Its cause of death was due to public disinterest with liberal punditry and paying money to hear more…
WOW: Wallace Confronts Psaki on Trans Agenda & Biden Hiding From Press
On Wednesday’s episode of Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace on the failed streaming service CNN+, the eponymous host interviewed White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki. Instead of it being a softball interview as you might expect, Wallace actually challenged Psaki on a number of topics.
CBS, CNN+ Tee Up Far-Left Klepper to Tie ‘Authoritarian’ Hungary to FL
Wednesday’s CBS Mornings and Reliable Sources Daily on CNN+ flashed the profession’s virulent hatred for conservatives by giving cushy interviews to Daily Show correspondent and failed Comedy Central host Jordan Klepper ahead of his new special trashing Hungary as a bastion of authoritarianism reminiscent of what Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) has done with Florida.
Start Spreading the News: CNN+ Is ‘Doomed,’ Loses Its Marketing Budget
When it rains, it pours for the most poisonous name in news as CNN’s streaming platform CNN+ as Axios media reporter Sara Fischer said Tuesday that “CNN+ looks doomed” as parent company “Warner Bros. Discovery has suspended” its entire “external marketing spend” amid “frustrat[ion] that the service launched” to begin with.
Stelter: Allowing Free Speech on Twitter Is Playing in the 'Gutter'
During Monday’s Reliable Sources Daily on CNN+, host and media janitor Brian Stelter praised the Twitter board for putting a “poison pill” in place to temporarily slow down billionaire Elon Musk’s bid to buy the company in a hostile takeover. Despite other market actions, he and New York Times business reporter Lauren Hirsch suggested investors loved the move, adding that if…
Stelter Calls for 'Diversity in Media,' But Not Conservative Thinkers
On Friday’s edition of Reliable Sources Daily on CNN+, Brian Stelter wanted to talk about the “subject that affects every other subject: diversity in media.” But what he meant by “diversity” didn’t immediately include a diversity of ideology or thought, to include more conservative-minded people in the newsroom, but rather it was about race and alleged racial disparity in newsroom pay…
Apple HELP! Stelter Desperately Wants to Keep Musk from Buying Twitter
With Elon Musk making his formal offer to out-right buy Twitter, liberal media defender and CNN+ host Brian Stelter appeared desperate on Thursday’s Reliable Sources Daily as he looked for other “tech players” to step in and make their own offers. He even suggested that Musk would turn Twitter into a less-successful social media site such as “Parlor or Rumble.”
Eight Things More Popular Than Epic Failure CNN+
It was revealed on Tuesday that, according to CNBC, CNN+ has fewer than 10,000 active users on the streaming service a scant two weeks since its launch. Add in a report of looming budget cuts and layoffs and CNN and its executives found a way to make the brand even more pathetic and launch something even more of a failure than the parent cable network. To put it in perspective, NewsBusters…
You Hate to See It: HUGE Cuts Are Reportedly on the Way for CNN+
Axios media reporter Sara Fischer published a scoop Tuesday morning that fell in the category of unsurprising as she cited “two sources” as having told her that massive cuts are expected at CNN+ in the near future after a spectacularly poor rollout. Sources told her that the projection is expected to be in the “hundreds of millions of dollars.”
Stelter on Edge By Possible Hostile Takeover of Twitter By Elon Musk
After he shared his “fear” last week regarding billionaire Elon Musk buying almost 10 percent of Twitter and how he was offered a seat on the board of directors, CNN+ host Brian Stelter began Monday’s Reliable Sources Daily a bit relieved that Musk had turned down the board seat but he seemed on edge over “what will Elon Musk do now?”
Editor’s Pick: Daily Wire on Chris Wallace Calling Out Hannah-Jones
On Thursday, The Daily Wire’s Virginia Kruta reported on how “Former ‘Fox News Sunday’ anchor Chris Wallace got into a heated debate with ‘The 1619 Project’ creator Nikole Hannah-Jones during her appearance on his new CNN+ interview show, ‘Who’s Talking To Chris Wallace?’”
Blind Spot: Stelter 'Surprised' By NBC Outrage at MSNBC/Psaki Deal
Overnight, CNN media reporter Oliver Darcy reported that there’s a contingent of NBC News staff that are “troubled by and have expressed dismay” at MSNBC hiring Biden Press Secretary Jen Psaki to host a show before she even left her post. And during Thursday’s Reliable Sources Daily on CNN+, host Brian Stelter expressed his honest surprise that the folks at NBC would have an issue…
Covering Up Hunter Scandals, Stelter 'Exploring the Roots of Disinfo'
With the liberal media still largely ignoring the disgustingly late Washington Post revelations that the Hunter Biden scandals involving his laptop and shady financial ties in China are real, after the media lied and claimed they were “Russian disinformation,” CNN+ host Brian Stelter had the gall to run a segment during Reliable Sources Daily on Wednesday about a conference (…