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(The Hollywood Reporter)   CNN will begin selling NFTs of its historic coverage. No word if they'll sell the NFT of Wolf Blitzer getting his ass handed to him by Andy Richter on Jeopardy   (hollywoodreporter.com) divider line
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2021-06-17 8:44:57 AM  
Or Anderson Cooper on the worst episode of Jeopardy ever made in which "power players" couldn't answer a single question correctly in the Reagan category and in which all failed to identify Afghanistan based on its two ethnic groups.
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2021-06-17 8:49:20 AM  
In a FAQ about the service, CNN explains the rationale to launch the "Vault": "Until now, there has been no way to 'collect' these moments. Users can often find old footage online, or packaged up in documentaries, but they cannot 'own' them or display them in the way they can with a print newspaper or magazine."

Good that they put the word own in to quotes.
 
2021-06-17 9:13:19 AM  
Ethereum blockchain:  you called??
 
2021-06-17 9:24:06 AM  
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2021-06-17 10:48:35 AM  
How much just to have Jack Cafferty read my emails for me?
 
2021-06-18 11:19:52 AM  
Please don't, CNN. That's just irresponsible.
 
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