CNN: Cable News Network is AT&T’s WarnerMedia station owned through its division Turner Broadcasting System and operates domestically in America. The well known television was launched in 1980 by Ted Turner as a 24×7 all-news channel. CNN today operates mainly from Washington D.C., Los Angles and Time Warner Center in New York City. Headquartered in Atlanta, the CNN Center is used only for weekend broadcasts. Available to 100 million homes in United States as per Aug 2010 data, the viewers in North America/Canada have the station via subscription. In July 2015, the channel was seen reaching 96,374,000 domestic households. CNN International; CNNI is the sibling of the channel with presence in 2012 countries.
CNN/U.S. was launched on June 1, 1980 as the husband and wife duo Lois Hart and David Walker shared the first newscast between them. The first hiring was made by Vice President, Burt Reinhardt to staff 200 employees including Bernard Shaw, the first news anchor of the station.
Since the foundation of Cable News Network, it has consistently expanded its scope to satellite TV providers, closed-circuit stations and various websites.