NewsNet and The Weather Channel have openings for a news reporter/anchor and finance manager at their respective locations in Michigan and Georgia.
Broadcasters including Scripps, Tegna, CBS, Sinclair, Ion and Gray have been laying bigger bets in the multicasting business, acquiring some of the more popular diginets and partnering to develop new ones in a market showing signs of further expansion. CBS’s new diginet DABL, for instance, is bringing back the classic lifestyle programming of Martha Stewart and others in the fall.
The 24/7 multicast news channel adds 23 affiliates in its first five months.
NewsNet, the 24-hour news network focused on delivering headlines without talk and opinion-based programming, has broken ground on an expansion to their studios in Cadillac, Mich. The 3,500 square-foot addition will consist of three studios, each with their own control rooms, as well as a new, state-of-the-art master control room overseeing the operations of both […]
NewsNet is a new 24/7 news channel delivering national and international news, weather and sports headlines. And viewers are liking it. “NewsNet is unbiased news, period. I have yet to see a story with any slant or opinions, just straight facts. Basically, it’s news how news is supposed to be. I highly recommend these guys,” wrote one viewer.
NewsNet follows a traditional “news wheel” format, with headlines at the top of each half hour, followed by a national weather overview, sports, and feature stories from across America. It’s distributed over-the-air by a network of affiliates, streams to mobile apps available for iPhone and Android, and will be launching OTT apps for Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV later this month.
NewsNet is a news channel without pundits, panels or shout shows, built from the ground up with over-the-air broadcasters in mind.