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We know the BINGHistory channel has been around for a while, but have no idea how long it has been running.
The channel has not been available since March 2017.
But the news came in early Tuesday morning, when the channel announced it would be shutting down in the next few months.
The BINGNews site says the channel’s Twitter account has been suspended.
“Due to a change in the business model, we have decided to suspend BINGhistory channel for the next several months,” the channel wrote.
“It is a sad time for the channel, but not an end for it.
We will always be here to bring you the most important BING news from around the world.”
The channel is owned by the company, which has been struggling with subscriber numbers.
Its main source of revenue is advertising, but it’s also been struggling to keep up with a growing list of social media platforms.
The company had announced plans to buy Twitch, but later announced the deal would be scrapped.
That deal was for $1.2 billion.
The news comes just a day after the company reported a $6.7 million loss.
The network had previously said it planned to shutter its YouTube channel in February.
In an update on Tuesday, the company said it was shutting down the channel and that it would stop working with the YouTube video service.