Online-video service CNN Pipeline (www.cnn.com/pipeline) will stream CNN’s coverage of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, in real-time, just as the network showed it five years ago, from 8:30 a.m.-midnight Sept. 11, AP reported.
Subscribers to CNN Pipeline normally pay $2.95 per month or $24.95 per year for four separate video feeds, but the service will be available free-of-charge Sept. 11 to mark the fifth anniversary of the attacks, according to AP.
Online viewers will also be able to watch live reports of memorial services through one of the feeds, and the replay feed will be covered with a notice instructing users to click only if they want to watch, AP reported.
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