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BREAKING: Major Announcement Regarding CNN+… That Didn’t Take Long

The decision to pull the plug on the service after only one month comes after its much-ballyhooed launch and widely publicized disastrous implementation. Subscriptions to the service were paltry which shouldn’t have come as a surprise considering that the ratings for the free version of CNN have been plummeting.

“They Thought People Would Pay For CNN”: CNN+ Is A Hilarious Failure

And adding one smarmy guy from Fox News (Chris Wallace), who most loyal CNN viewers wrongly think is a “Republican bad guy,” isn’t going to boost your broken brand. Also, there aren’t enough Fox viewers who “love” Chris Wallace and are willing to follow him to CNN to make a dent in their subscriptions. I’d be shocked if there were 5 of those people on planet earth.

Knucklehead Of The Week: Brian Stelter Calls The Kettle Black, And The Kettle Blows Up In His Face

As the saying goes, ‘those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones,’ yet Brian Stelter was residing in the most fragile of glass houses whilst launching cinder blocks. Brian Stelter and his comrades at CNN are some of the least credible “journalists” in the industry, and for Stelter to be pointing fingers at anyone and questioning their trustworthiness makes him a knucklehead.

CNN Tanking: Six Reasons For Its Failures

During the Gulf War in 1991, CNN shined like no other news network before. Their access to official military footage, embedded reporters, and around-the-clock coverage of the conflict reset the standard for war reporting, and we all tuned into the network to watch America kick the crap out of Saddam Hussein. It was at this time that CNN’s slogan of “The most trusted name in news” might have been accurate. But not anymore.