CNN launches CNN Pipeline online service

Dec 05, 2005

CNN.com launched Monday the CNN Pipeline, an on-demand broadband video service.

CNN said the new service is "designed to revolutionize the way people view news online." The company added that the Pipeline service gives users control of multiple live video streams, CNN's video archives and on-demand news clips from CNN's newsgathering operation around the world.

"With CNN Pipeline, CNN.com stakes out entirely new territory for online news, placing the broadband consumer in the ultimate driver's seat," said Susan Grant, executive vice president of CNN News Services. "Today, the CNN.com user not only can read a story and view video on demand, but with CNN Pipeline, also can take control of daily news clips, several live streams of news and even video from CNN's extensive archives. CNN Pipeline creates an added dimension to online news, offering an experience that is even more relevant, credible and catered specifically to the user's needs."

Copyright 2005 by United Press International

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