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Introducing AirlineGeeks TV for 24/7 Rolling Aviation News Coverage

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Online commercial aviation news website AirlineGeeks.com has announced today that it is launching AirlineGeeks TV.

The move comes weeks after CNN announced it would be withdrawing its airport offer.

AirlineGeeks TV would offer viewers around-the-clock video broadcasting of the latest airline news. Additionally, it will also feature in-depth industry analysis and topical reporting.

Ryan Ewing, the Founder and President of AirlineGeeks.com, said: “We’re excited to announce our new unique service, which will allow us to reach more aviation enthusiasts and professionals than ever before on an additional platform.”

“AirlineGeeks TV will offer a new unrivaled experience to consume the latest from the industry. It will also allow us to explore more ways to report on stories – especially breaking headlines – and provide high-level multimedia analysis.”

“We’re working hard on this exciting project and will provide updates in due course,” continued Ewing.

AirlineGeeks looks to start streaming its audio-visual broadcast on its website before hopefully branching out to televisions at homes and even in airports.

To AirlineGeeks’ knowledge, no other aviation-specific TV channel exists. AirlineGeeks TV would be an industry first to break out onto the television platform, giving the news outlet a dominant market position.

Live coverage of events as well as pre-recorded news pieces and reports can be expected for viewers.

It’s rare for outlets with such a niche to break into such a large platform. But if the idea sounds like music to your ears, don’t forget to also check out The AirlineGeeks Podcast.

Editor’s Note: This is an interesting idea indeed, and one that many of our readers would surely support. But nevertheless, this was a hearty April Fools joke. 

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  • Connor Sadler

    Connor has been in love with flying since the first time he boarded a plane when he was 5 years old. He loves all things aviation, and he hopes to make that his full time career in the future.

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