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.
On June 1, 1980, Cable News Network launched, making it the first 24-hour cable news network in the world. CNN, based in Atlanta, Georgia, began officially at 6 p.m. that evening, and the first story it covered was about the assassination attempt on civil rights leader Vernon Jordan. Less than 2 mil
Science for kids, specifically elementary aged kids, is a general introduction to basic scientific concepts. It is the foundation for further scientific development and experimentation.
Science facts for kids include the speed of a cheetah, the hunting habits of the chameleon, communication among wolves in a pack and the physical impossibility of pigs looking up in the sky. Additional facts are a scallop possessing 100 simple eyes and a shrimp having its heart in its head.
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.
The contact phone number for CNN is (404) 827-1500. This number can be used to call in news tips and story ideas. The phone number for issues involving copyright infringement is (404) 878-2276.
Some of the reporters featured on CNN are Nick Valencia, Stephen Collinson, Nia-Malika Henderson, Athena Jones and MJ Lee, as of November 2015. Other CNN reporters are Sara Murray, Evan Perez and Maeve Reston.
Good science websites for kids include Askdruniverse.wsu.edu, ColorMatters.com and Popsci.com. Another popular option is BillNye.com, which is the website for the popular broadcaster "Bill Nye the Science Guy."
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.
CNN employees work in a variety of jobs, such as jobs in TV production, TV programming, project management, marketing and sales. They also work in public relations, news, research, editing and operations, as well as in the information technology, sports production and corporate sectors.