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Colonial # 103 ~ CT/Springfield, MA Mary Jo Logan, RN, CNN
Maddox added that the establishment of a permanent broadcast and production centre in the Middle East by CNN is a significant and unique move by a western news broadcaster.
The expanded CNN Wire provides an opportunity for a new platform to make CNN Wire stories easily accessible, and for the first time, on a per-story basis to any publisher, anywhere on their own timetable.
They definitely need to tone down their histrionic promos - CNN touted ``A new enemy: a special coalition led by Saddam's son'' like the villain of a James Bond movie, while MSNBC fatuously hyped former TV wrestler Jesse Ventura as ``one of America's most respected independent voices.
The new agreement will give Netscape Netcenter users full access to CNN.
CNN Mobile launched in February and already is offered by 15 operators in 12 countries and will be available to more than 30 million customers by the end of the year," said Scott Woelfel, CNN senior vice president, general manager and editor in chief, CNN Interactive.
A number of links will also take users to other related Internet news locations both within and outside the CNN area.
CNN is part of the news division of Ted Turner's Atlanta-based Turner Broadcasting System.
Turner Broadcasting launched CNN as the world's first 24-hour per day news network in 1980.
CNN producers told Chapman that the segment had been pulled in the wake of more pressing news stories but assured him that it would air shortly.
A principal goal for CNN is to make more of our content available to more people on more platforms, and CNN's participation in the TV Everywhere initiative is another step forward in that effort," said Jim Walton, President of CNN Worldwide.