Times truly have changed for CNN. As the cable network continues to report dismal ratings it seems the new CNN+ streaming service is set to follow in its footsteps.
The recently released streaming service has reported lackluster numbers so far, quickly becoming a laughing stock to competitors. However, it seems the platform is upping the stakes by announcing White House Press Sec. Jen Psaki will be interviewed by former Fox anchor Chris Wallace.
The Hill reports:
In a tweet just hours before she was set to appear on Wallace’s program, the streaming service said Psaki will offer “her time behind the briefing room podium and the current state of politics,” during the interview.
Psaki is one of the premier guests Wallace has booked since launching his new show on CNN streaming after leaving Fox News late last year.
A former analyst at CNN herself, Psaki has reportedly inked a deal with rival network MSNBC to host a show once she departs her post at The White House, according to multiple reports.
Will this provide the boost CNN+ surely needs? Unlikely.