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Watch Live: Warren, Sanders, Buttigieg Take Part in CNN’s Democratic Debate

The two-day event, moderated by CNN’s Dana Bash, Don Lemon and Jake Tapper, kicks off Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and can be viewed on CNN and CNN en Español, or streamed on CNN.com and its mobile app. – Trilby Beresford, The Hollywood Reporter » http://thr.cm/QuMWql

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Under CNN’s Wing, YouTube Star Casey Neistat Is Launching a Daily News Show

Beme is gearing up to launch an app centered around a daily news show, initially to run four days a week before expanding to seven days per week, which will be about 10 minutes long. It won’t cover breaking news per se; instead, “we want to dive into culture, we want to dive into societal issues,” said Neistat, 36, who toted a skateboard onto the stage at the Palais des Festivals. “News means different things to a lot of people.” – Todd Spangler, Variety http://ift.tt/2sH6DgM

Republican debate schedule: CNN’s GOP debate

The debate will air live exclusively on CNN, CNN International and CNN en Español. CNN will also offer a live stream of the debate on CNN.com‘s homepage and across mobile platforms from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET. All users will be able to watch live CNN TV online and on their mobile devices without logging in. – Daniella Diaz, CNN

CNN Launches ‘Great Big Story’ Streaming-Video Hub To Battle Vice and BuzzFeed

photo: CNN, Variety

CNN said Tuesday it had funded the launch of Great Big Story, billed as a “socially distributed video network” that will make available newsy video stories for a generation that seems more eager to get information streamed to mobile devices than it is from the traditional TV set. Great Big Story will distribute its content via a web site and apps for both iOS and Android devices. But its tales will also show up on Facebook, YouTube, Apple News, Snapchat and more as November gets underway. The start-up, which is not formally part of CNN, will also tap connected TV’s through Apple TV, Roku, Amazon, and Chromecast, among others. – Brian Steinberg, Variety

Watch 2015 Democratic Presidential Debate Live Online: Start Time, Free Streaming Video Link For…

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Viewers can watch the first 2015 Democratic presidential debate live online and see the first national bout between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders on the road to the presidential nomination. The two will take the stage on CNN on Tuesday night, with the debate starting at 8:30 p.m. ET and concluding at 11 p.m. ET. Viewers not able to make it to a television will be in luck, as CNN is offering free live streaming video of the event […] “All users will be able to watch live CNN TV online and on their mobile devices without logging in… The CNN live stream will be available on CNN.com’s Home Page and across its mobile platforms,” the network announced. – Nathan Francis, The Inquisitr

CNN will live stream the Democratic debates in VR

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CNN has announced that it’s going to live stream the full Democratic presidential debate in VR on October 13th. The move comes after the success of VR highlight clips that the channel made available following the recent Republican debate. […] the network has teamed up with NextVR, letting users of Samsung Gear VR to experience the hot, political action as if they were sat in the Las Vegas audience. – Daniel Cooper, Engadget

Cordcutters Rejoice! CNN’s Republican Debate on Wednesday Will Be Streaming Online

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Remember the first Republican primary debate, co-hosted by Facebook? You couldn’t watch it online unless you had a cable subscription. Which made no sense at all! It was co-hosted by Facebook for Trump’s sake! But cordcutting fans of the political circus can now rejoice! Wednesday’s debate, hosted by CNN, will be available to anybody with an internet connection. […] the debate starts on Wednesday at 8pm ET, 5pm PT and will feature eleven candidates. You can watch on CNN.com, as well as CNN’s iOS and Android apps. – Matt Novak, Gizmodo

CNN & CBC Sued For Pirating 31 Second YouTube Video

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In his complaint, Alfonzo Cutaia seeks injunctions against both CBC and CNN to stop further unlawful use of his video. He also accuses the news outlets of “intentional and willful” copyright infringement and seeks appropriate damages. Interestingly, the lawsuit also claims that both CBC and CNN violated the DMCA when the companies ‘liberated’ it from the YouTube system and offered it for viewing elsewhere. – Andy, TorrentFreak

Turner And HBO Secure Distribution Deals With Dish Network

Turner Broadcasting channels, except for TBS Network and TNT , went dark on Dish for a month beginning in late October as both sides blamed the other for the breakdown in negotiations to extend their carriage deal. Dish Network Chairman Charlie Ergen gave Turner an ultimatum that if it could not come to terms by the end of November, then Dish might “just make a long-term decision to go a different direction.” He called the loss of the channels– including CNN, Cartoon Network, and truTV — a “non-event” for Dish, specifically noting that channels such as CNN “are not quite the product that they used to be. – David Lieberman, Deadline Hollywood 
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