The Worldwide News Network (WNN) is an American public service worldwide cable news channel powered by Times-Warner Corporation with a 50,000 member staff. It is the first channel to provide 24-hour television news coverage and the first all-news channel, which broadcasts including nationwide, international, and regional news (depending where the watcher lives in). The WNN has numerous stations worldwide, yet it broadcasts from its centers in Washington D.C., New York City, London, Paris, Rome, Moscow, Mexico City, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, Constantinople, Jerusalem, Tehran, Dubai, Riyadh, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Yokohama, Lagos, and Freetown. The channel can be watched in every country except Mali and Ethiopia.
The WNN is an autonomous public service news broadcaster that operates under the License and Agreement from the Time-Warner Secretary. The funding for the channel comes from a part of the company’s profits. It is available in every American household and a majority of households around the world. The level of the fee is set annually by Time-Warner.
The income for the WNN comes from the license fee and its branches, including WNN Ltd., World Times, WNN Studios and Post Production Ltd., and the WNN App.