For several years I have been able to tell my Google Home, Mini, and Nest Hub to, “Play CNN from Tunein,” and it would. Starting two days ago, it now responds that CNN is not available on Tunein. This is not the case as I have several non-Google devices that continue to play CNN from Tunein...
We're seeing a number of sports organizations jumping on the VR bandwagon and now it looks like CNN will do the same. The company just announced they will be producing 360-degree VR videos and live streams of major news events.
After a broadcast on CNN en Españolon which highlighted passport fraud at the Venezuelan embassy in Iraq, the Venezuelan government cut CNN's TV broadcast signal in the country. To get around the ban, CNN has turned to YouTube to live stream its regular programming.
Beme launched in the Play Store back in May of last year, and was acquired by CNN toward the end of November. It isn't known if CNN will relaunch this application with a different brand, but it doesn't seem likely.
Released in 2015 by famous YouTuber Casey Neistat, Beme has been acquired by CNN and will be shut down at a later point in time. Neistat and his employees will continue to work together at CNN on a new unannounced project.
Not everyone has hours to spend each day to catch up on the news and CNN knows this.
The company has just released an Android TV app called CNNgo that will let you watch short news clips without needing to log into a cable provider.
CNN just updated their Breaking US & World News application in the Play Store.
This update brings the following changes. . .
- 360 videos: Play CNN 360 video content without leaving the app--just tap on a 360 piece and rotate your phone during playback to enjoy a full 360-degree experience
The Amazon Echo has a feature called "Echo's Flash Briefing" that will give you a rundown of some of the latest news happening lately.
The company has updated the speaker and will now bring you news from CNN, Bloomberg, NPR, Discovery News, ESPN Radio, and The Economist