CNN Launches ‘CNN For The Shuttle Bus From The Airport To The Hotel’ News Channel

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CNN Launches ‘CNN For The Shuttle Bus From The Airport To The Hotel’ News Channel

ATLANTA—In its ongoing quest to provide the American business traveler with the most convenient access to up-to-the-minute news, sports, weather and financial information possible, CNN unveiled Monday its new "CNN For The Shuttle Bus From The Airport To The Hotel" channel. "No longer will this nation’s on-the-go executives be cruelly cut off from the latest stock quotes and golf scores during the five-minute ride from the airport, where CNN Airport News is available, to the hotel, where regular CNN is available," CNN’s Ed Gilkey said. "Such inconvenience is finally a thing of the past."