The availability of CNNgo is once again expanding with its new availability on Google’s smart TV platform, Android TV. This new collaboration offers hand-curated videos andup-to-the-minute breaking news clips of short-form CNN content to all of Android TV’s customers.
CNNgo on Android TV allows users to view trending video from the day's news, in addition to CNN's vast video archives. The CNNgo app, which can be found in the Google Play Store, provides users with the opportunity to multitask by playing a clip while simultaneously browsing the assortment of videos. Users can enjoy the collection of clips sorted by topic and category, ranging from world and politics to entertainment and technology.
“Android TV is all about a user-friendly delivery of video content and on demand viewing, making CNNgo’s latest expansion to the platform a natural fit,” said Rajin Persaud, VP of Next Generation TV for CNN. “The CNNgo offerings on Android TV range from trending news video of the day to CNN Original Series content to historical archives from the CNN vault. A truly soup to nuts experience."
CNNgo is also available on CNN.com, CNN’s iPad app and on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon FireTV and now Android TV.
Building on the success of CNN and The University of Chicago’s critically acclaimed podcast "The Axe Files,” CNN Politics announced today the debut of two new podcasts for politics enthusiasts.
CNN's Party People is looking for the soul of conservatism in America. The weekly podcast provides a new offering from Republicans Kevin Madden and Mary Katharine Ham, who represent different wings of the party. Each episode will delve into the future of the GOP with guests from across the political spectrum including lawmakers, thinkers, pollsters, party elders, activists, and many more.
CNN's The Daily DC exploits one of CNN's greatest assets – the political mind of CNN Political Director David Chalian. Chalian's morning read-ins are an important part of CNN's daily political coverage, and now you can learn from them. Chalian is the best political director in the business and every day listeners can tune in to hear what you need to know from the campaign trail and the world of politics.
You can catch The Daily DC every weekday and Party People weekly at CNN.com/podcast, as well as iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio or your favorite podcast app.
These new original podcasts add to the audio podcasts available from CNN that includes popular TV shows AC360, Fareed Zakaria GPS, State of the Union, Reliable Sources and others, also available at CNN.com/podcast.
In partnership with Instagram, Facebook and CA Technologies, CNN embarked today on a nationwide tour of key swing states, presidential debate locations and destinations around the country on the #MyVote camper and projection tour.
Making its debut stop steps from the White House in front of the Newseum in Washington, D.C., the #MyVote camper displayed the first in a series of campaign trail photos taken by the Instagram community via an immersive, one-of-a-kind virtual projection experience. These images will be exhibited at the Newseum, each debate stop and more locations to be announced as the tour unfolds.
CNN correspondents Chris Moody and Vanessa Yurkevich will travel with the #MyVote camper, report from the ground and talk to citizens to capture the faces and voices of the people.
At tour stops, members of the community are invited to enter the #MyVote camper and take a photo with either a red, blue or purple background color. They can then share that photo on Instagram, using the #MyVote hashtag. The #MyVote camper will serve as CNN’s Facebook Live HQ and the social media hub on the road-tour and at each presidential debate location stop in New York, Missouri, Virginia and Nevada.
#MyVote integrations can also be found on the CNN Politics app, available for download in the iOS app store.
The one-of-a-kind immersive projection experiences are produced by Obscura Digital and built with CA Technologies, the technology sponsor of the 2016 America’s Choice Election on CNN.
Once called the next Steve Jobs, now-embattled Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes sits down exclusively with CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta to set the record straight.