The cable news network CNN offers viewers live and breaking news stories from around the United States and the world. CNN was the first 24-hour live news channel when it was created by Ted Turner in 1980.
CNN, or the Cable News Network, is a 24-hour news channel broadcast on cable and satellite TV. Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, owns CNN.
CNN does offer live online streaming through select television service providers. This option through CNN is called CNNgo and users do have to create an account through CNN to gain access to the live streaming feeds online.
Although CNN's main feed broadcasts in English, CNN also broadcasts news programming in Spanish 24 hours a day through its CNN en Español network. The network is available in the United States on DirecTV, Dish Network and most cable systems.
CNN employs female news reporters. Jenny Harrison, Hala Gorani, Isha Sesay and Becky Anderson are just a few of the female reporters working for CNN as of September 2014.
The annual earnings of a CNN anchor range from $40,000 for a freelance worker to a multimillion-dollar salary, as of 2015. The earnings for a CNN anchor varies based on experience and whether the anchor has received tenure.
TV viewers can watch CNN news in Spanish on the CNN website. If consumers search for CNN Español, they can find a direct link to the site.
The salary of a CNN news anchor ranges from $40,000 a year for freelancers to several million dollars yearly, according to CNN. Factors that determine how much a CNN news anchor earns include the person's experience and length of time on the job.
ABC offers free live TV through its nationwide network of local affiliates. As of 2015, ABC owns, operates or has broadcast agreements with 242 stations. ABC also extends its reach internationally with stations in Puerto Rico, Bermuda, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The easiest way to watch live television shows on the Internet is to visit the official website on which the show airs. The channel may offer live streaming of the show for viewers who do not have access to it on television.