CNN is pulling Anderson Cooper’s show off Facebook, will launch ‘Go There’ on social platform this summer
After a year on Facebook Watch, Anderson Cooper's Full Circle will end its run on July 17. The show will be moving to CNN's owned and operated platforms. It proved its mass appeal on Facebook, and has built an audience that's sustainable enough for CNN to bring it to its own platforms, where it has much more control over economics and ad inventory.
This is not a trial. It’s the beginning of something. We waited for the right program to come along to stream on our owned platforms, and now we’ve found it.
Burger King will sell upside-down Whoppers to celebrate 'Stranger Things'
Retro 80's packaging, an upside-down Whopper and the infamous but short-lived New Coke.
Burger King and Netflix have partnered up to create a limited edition meal inspired by Netflix's smash hit Stranger Things.
Expertly capitalizing on our nostalgia once again. And no pesky ads to watch during the show on Netflix...
For Netflix, the partnership is a way to advertise in new spaces. Netflix is an internet company, so associating its brand and shows with physical products helps customers think about its shows even when they're offline, Barry Smyth, head of global partner marketing at Netflix, previously told CNN Business.