I’m a news junkie, and when I recently cancelled my Sky subscription I found that the one channel that I really missed was CNN. So I was pleased to find that there’s a free CNN app that is available in versions for both iPhone and iPad. CNN iOS app iPad screenshot The iPad version opens in 'front page' mode There are actually …
Sounds quite good
but after seeing this ( http://twitpic.com/8dykcj ) recently, I'm not sure that I want to be trusting CNN for my news reporting.
Nice app, shame about the content.
These are not the "News" you are looking for.
Don't need $ky to get CNN
You don't need a subscription to Sky to get CNN. It's free to air and on Freesat so you should be able to still get it using your existing sky box or get a Freesat box.
Why would anyone miss CNN?
They lost me, a long time ago, at the time of the OJ Simpson trial - "Trial of the Century!" Trail of the Century? I thought that was the Nuremburg Trials.
And it drives me crazy that they seem to set the agenda on the CBC News. Aaargh!
Now, when I need news, I reach for Al-Jazeera.
CNN and News in the same sentence. Wow.
Ted Turner is either laughing... or crying
CNN : "News" :: MTV : Music Videos
Used to be. A long time ago. Haven't been for quite some time.
Only Paris would trust CNN for her news
I wouldn't even use CNN as a secondary news source, the app can have all the glitz and functionality it wants but in the end content is king.
It's on Freesat too
So no need for a Sky sub.
As other posters have said though I'd not trust it as a source on its , I get my news from a range of sources on satellite TV.
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