Nexstar’s NewsNation cable news network, will offer an audio broadcast of the network’s 5 p.m. political program, The Hill, on SiriusXM’s bipartisan P.O.T.U.S. Channel beginning Monday, Dec. 4. Each weeknight, the show will air on SiriusXM […]
Donald Trump is still very angry over the erroneous reporting about the financial losses at his Twitter clone, Truth Social, and in a new lawsuit filed Monday, the ex-president claimed that the reports were actually a vast media conspiracy involving “no less than 20 major media outlets.”
He will be responsible for managing the advertising sales team building strategies for the site as well as overseeing the growth of the business footprint across advocacy and corporate environmental, social and governance initiatives.
Nexstar’s political website The Hill today announced that Steve Krakauer will join the platform as an opinion contributor. Additionally, he will serve as an on-air contributor for Nexstar’s cable news network […]
NewsNation today announced that chief Washington correspondent Blake Burman will take over as permanent moderator of the newly launched 5 o’clock weekday political program The Hill. He will begin his new role on Tuesday, September 5. Additionally, Mr. Burman will continue to report on the latest in politics from Washington, D.C., according to a NewsNation press release.
Cherie Grzech, VP of news and managing editor of Nexstar’s NewsNation, shares the importance of the network’s recent expansion to 24 hours of news each weekday and its two new state-of-the-art studios in New York. She says while other news organizations are cutting staff, NewsNation is still hiring producers and reporters. A full transcript of the conversation is included.
Ensuring the flow of local and on-brand content is only one of the challenges FAST channels present — innovation to aid in discoverability remains critical, experts advise.
Leland Vittert will moderate the weekday panel show that will feature Chris Stirewalt, George Will, Johanna Maska, and Niall Stanage.
Nexstar is bringing together two of its prized properties this spring with the debut of a daily The Hill program on NewsNation. Chairman-CEO Perry Sook revealed that the previously discussed series based on the political news outlet, acquired by Nexstar in 2021 for $130 million, will premiere in April and run Monday-Friday.
The veteran news executive will oversee Nexstar Media’s national digital news programming.
Executives from Sinclair, NBCUniversal Local, Cox Media Group, Nexstar’s The Hill, Samsung and Frequency will explore the programming opportunities presented by the rise of FAST channels in the streaming ecosystem at TVNewsCheck’s Programming Everywhere event at the NAB Show in Las Vegas on April 16. Register here.
Available now on the Plex platform, the channel aims to build on “The Hill’s success as an essential, agenda-setting read for lawmakers, policymakers and influential digital consumers from Capitol Hill to Main Street.”
The growing broadcast group’s leader, Perry Sook, is spending $130 million on D.C.-based political news operation The Hill in his latest bid to expand into national news. I’m guessing that Sook is not done with his news-empire building. And what he needs (other than a dual revenue stream for The Hill) is a business site.
The purchase of the national political platform “complements Nexstar’s leading digital platform,” the company said.
The Hill, a D.C.-based digital and print publication, is being more aggressively shopped by its owner Jimmy Finkelstein, sources tell Axios, including holding recent talks with broadcasting giant Nexstar Media Group.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Washington publication The Hill issued a lengthy report on Wednesday finding fault with several articles by journalist John Solomon that it published last year and […]
John Solomon, the one-time investigative reporter who headed Sinclair’s Circa millinnenial-focused news service Circa, has joined the Capitol Hill paper as VP of digital video. He starts his new job July 25. According to Politico Morning Media, Solomon may be working on an OTT streaming service covering the same political ground as the paper.