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CNN Announces Its Weekday, Weekly Schedule for CNN+

CNN+ contains live, on-demand, and interactive programming, offering their subscribers a whole new way to engage with CNN’s journalism and storytelling. 

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CNN’s streaming service, CNN+, will launch next week. The cable news channel revealed details about the live, daily, and weekly original programming schedule that is available to subscribers in the first month. 

“Our lineup of live daily news and dynamic weekly shows set CNN+ apart from anything else in the marketplace,” Rebecca Kutler, Senior Vice President and Head of Programming for CNN+, said. 

“Our world-class storytellers will inform and entertain our subscribers, and we will continue to grow and evolve in the months and years to come.”

CNN+ contains live, on-demand, and interactive programming, offering their subscribers a whole new way to engage with CNN’s journalism and storytelling. 

The schedule of shows covers news, exclusive interviews, and in-depth topical dives from several new faces that will join some of CNN’s most recognizable talent that will see them take on a new project.

“CNN is known for the strength of its original and investigative reporting, and at CNN+, we are building on this legacy with exclusive and in-depth access for our subscribers,” Jennifer Suozzo, Vice President of Daily Programming for CNN+, said. 

“Breaking news is crucial at CNN+, especially in a time such as this, and we’ll give subscribers a fresh and deeper understanding as stories develop and quickly change.”

Here’s the Weekday, Live Daily Programming Schedule on CNN+:

  • 7:00 AM EST: “5 Things with Kate Bolduan”
  • 8:00 AM EST: “Go There”
  • 9:00 AM EST: “Big Picture with Sara Sidner”
  • 11:00 AM EST: “Reliable Sources Daily”
  • 4:00 PM EST: “The Source with Kasie Hunt”
  • 5:00 PM EST: “The Global Brief with Bianca Nobilo”
  • 6:00 PM EST: “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?”
  • 7:30 PM EST: “The Newscast with Wolf Blitzer”

Weekly Programming Schedule:

March 29:

  • “Anderson Cooper Full Circle” – *New episodes Tuesdays and Saturdays
  • “Boss Files with Poppy Harlow” – *New episodes Mondays for first season
  • “Jake Tapper’s Book Club” – *New episodes Sundays
  • “Parental Guidance with Anderson Cooper” – *New episodes Wednesdays
  • “No Mercy No Malice with Scott Galloway” – *New episodes Tuesdays

April:

  • The Don Lemon Show – *New episodes Fridays
  • Rex Chapman – *New episodes Mondays

May:

  • “20 Questions with Audie Cornish”
  • “Cari & Jemele: Speak.Easy”

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Median Age of Podcast Users Nearly 30 Years Younger Than Cable TV

“The ascent of podcasting signals a shift towards on-demand content consumption that aligns with the lifestyles and preferences of younger generations.”

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It is no secret that cable TV has seen the age of its viewers continue to rise. But the entire picture is coming into view when juxtaposed against other mediums like radio and podcast users.

A new report from Amplifi Media shows that the median age of cable news viewers is 70. MSNBC is 70, Fox News is 69, and CNN is 67. That median age means that more than half the viewers are actually older than 70 years old.

Network television isn’t a much brighter picture. In primetime, the median age is 64. FOX has the youngest number at 49.5.

However, the median age of podcast consumers comes in at 34.

Steve Goldstein, Founder and CEO of Amplifi Media, believes the drastically younger demographics of the medium make it an ideal platform for advertisers.

“The ascent of podcasting signals a shift towards on-demand content consumption that aligns with the lifestyles and preferences of younger generations,” wrote Goldstein. “We live in an on-demand world, and while other media are adjusting (think streaming apps and YouTube), podcasting has three not-so-secret ingredients that traditional media struggle to match: intimacy, flexibility, and loyalty, which makes podcasting an ideal platform for engaging storytelling, niche topics, and fresh takes.”

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Majority of Media Advertising Projected to Be AI-Aided By End of Decade

Forecasts show that 69.5% of all advertising revenue will be AI-aided, while that number is expected to grow to over 90% by 2029.

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The rise of artificial intelligence in media has been a focus for several years. But the use of AI in advertising is just getting started, and a new study suggests it will influence the space in the years to come.

GroupM has released its This Year Next Year forecast. In its projections, it believes that AI will be a prominent tool in advertising optimization. By the end of 2024, it forecasts that 69.5% of all advertising revenue will be AI-aided, while that number is expected to grow to over 90% by 2029.

The company also projects that AI-generated content in advertisements will account for 1.6% of all commercials in 2024. GroupM believes that figure is likely to grow to 10.7% by the end of the decade.

While the organization forecasts an increase of $365.9 billion, up 5.8% compared to previous projections, it shows a 1.5% drop in revenue for terrestrial radio, according to RadioInk.

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Broadcasters Foundation of America Set for Annual Giving Day Thursday

More than 1,000 broadcasters have been aided by the organization.

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The Broadcasters Foundation of America is set to hold its annual Giving Day on Thursday, June 13th.

For more than 70 years, the organization has supported broadcast radio and television professionals during challenging financial times. More than $20 million in grants have been funded by the foundation since its inception.

More than 1,000 broadcasters have been aided by the organization.

To donate to the fund, click here.

In addition to its Giving Day, the organization will hold a mixer at the iHeartMedia studios in New York from 5:30-7:30 PM on Thursday.

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