CNN is about to launch their new streaming service CNN+ but the network is in rough shape.
Two different producers from CNN are currently being investigated for disgusting sex scandals and the network’s ratings are in the gutter.
It also remains to be seen who is willing to pay a monthly fee to watch CNN’s streaming service, when they can barely give away their TV programming.
Breitbart News reports:
Sex Scandals, Sinking Ratings: CNN Imploding on Eve of Streaming Launch
CNN is betting big on its new digital streaming service CNN+ that will debut in early 2022, calling it the most important launch since Ted Turner introduced the cable network more than four decades ago. But a string of shocking internal scandals is threatening to steal the spotlight on the eve of the big reveal.
With ratings continuing to plummet to embarrassing levels, the Jeff Zucker-led network is facing what could be its biggest crisis in years. A looming merger of parent company WarnerMedia with Discovery only adds more uncertainty, with Discovery CEO David Zaslav set to run the combined media giant.
Two high-ranking CNN producers recently resigned following scandals that both involved pedophilia. Rick Saleeby, who was a senior producer for CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Tapper,” is under criminal investigation following a Project Veritas investigation alleging Saleeby solicited sexually explicit photos of an underage girl…
The scandals come shortly after Cuomo himself departed CNN in disgrace after it was revealed that he used his position at the network to help his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), to fight sexual harassment accusations.
The ‘sinking ship’ metaphors write themselves.
If this list of pedophiles, sexual harrassers, cover-uppers, and public wankers had come out of any other news organization in the world, CNN would be calling the problem "institutional".
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— Raheem J. Kassam (@RaheemKassam) December 31, 2021
It’s amazing that Chris Wallace chose to leave FOX News for CNN’s streaming service.
How long do you think that will last?