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CNN Airport
CNN hi Network logo
CountryUnited States
Broadcast areaAvailable in select airports
HeadquartersAtlanta, Georgia, United States
Picture format480i (SDTV)
(WarnerMedia News & Sports)
Sister channelsCNN
CNN en Español
CNN International
LaunchedJune 3, 1991; 30 years ago (1991-06-03)[1]
ClosedMarch 31, 2021; 5 months ago (2021-03-31)
Former namesCNN Airport Network (1991–2010)
WebsiteOfficial website
Private VideoG-14 / 4040 H
CNN Airport logo from 1991 to 2010.
CNN Airport logo from 1991 to 2010.
CNN Airport control room at the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
CNN Airport control room at the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

CNN Airport was an American out-of-home television network owned and operated by AT&T's WarnerMedia through CNN, hence its name. The service broadcast general news, weather, stock market updates, entertainment, and travel content to airports across the United States. The founding management was led by Jon Petrovich and Scott Weiss. Deborah Cooper was the inaugural vice president/general manager.

CNN Airport's 24-hour schedule consisted of roughly 16% live news, 19% live sports, 24% lifestyle, 24% travel, and 10% for local inserts from airports if they warrant.[2]

The network discontinued operations on March 31, 2021.

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The network originally was test launched from June 3 to July 14, 1991 at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Hartsfield-Atlanta International Airport and O'Hare International Airport,[1] and officially debuted on January 20, 1992 as the CNN Airport Network.[3]

CNN Airport was available in 58 airports in the United States.[4] CNN would pay local airport authorities for the exclusive rights to run its programming on monitors throughout their terminals.[5]

Its breakfast and early fringe schedule included news programming from CNN and HLN, broadcast on a 10-second delay. The network also aired air travelers-designed weather, business and travel segments.[5] CNN Airport broadcast 24/7, with around-the-clock technical and editorial staffing, including three of its own reporters. Due to the network's prominence in public waiting areas, the network had stricter content standards than the regular CNN; for instance, stories involving commercial aviation incidents and crashes did not appear on the network, and were overlaid with automated weather conditions. Stories that involved sexual content and graphic violence are similarly overlaid. The network's digital on-screen graphics were designed larger than industry standards, to allow readability of fonts at a distance.[6]

In 2018, Iowa congressman Steve King accused CNN Airport of having a monopoly on partisan grounds, proposing an unsuccessful amendment to the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 to prohibit a single broadcaster from holding a monopoly over television programming screened at airport terminals.[5] However, most American international airports and larger train stations also have shops managed by Paradies Lagardère or other vendors which license the names of other cable networks such as CNBC and Fox News to brand those shops, and likewise screen those channels on the televisions within their premises unexclusive of the airport's deals.

On January 12, 2021, CNN's president Jeff Zucker announced that CNN Airport would cease operations on March 31; Zucker cited several factors and changes in consumer behavior, including the ubiquity of streaming video on mobile devices over Wi-Fi hotspots, as having made the network's purpose outdated.[7]


  1. ^ a b TBS to begin testing The Airport Channel, The Boston Globe (via HighBeam Research), May 12, 1991.
  2. ^ "CNN Airport Network Media Kit" (PDF).
  3. ^ "CNN Newssource". 2001. Archived from the original on March 2, 2001. Retrieved November 15, 2017.
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  5. ^ a b c de Guzman, Dianne (April 26, 2018). "Congressman proposes government keep CNN off airport televisions". SFGATE. Retrieved May 18, 2021.
  6. ^ "AirlineReporter". At the airport, they might be sitting at a distance, so Airport Network makes sure that their font is larger and easily viewable from a distance.
  7. ^ Steinberg, Brian (January 12, 2021). "CNN Grounds Its Long-Running Airport Network". Variety. Retrieved January 12, 2021.

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