Haystack News Launches Dedicated Streaming News Channels

Haystack News, an ad-supported streaming service that connects viewers with hyper-relevant local, national and world TV news, launched today the first of several dedicated news streaming channels for the month of June on its curated on-demand and live news platform.
Haystack News offers a collection of curated and personalized on-demand streaming news and live 24/7 channels. Dedicated news streaming channels, including ongoing coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic, offer viewers a deep-dive on trending and timely topics.

Pop-up channels on Haystack News in June include:

Tulsa Race Massacre 100-Year Anniversary (June 1-4) — It’s been 100 years since one of the deadliest and most horrific acts of anti-Black violence in the nation’s history. Commemorate the centennial of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre with stories from the Tulsa community and live specials from national news partners.

Pride Month 2021 (June 7-30) — The LGBTQ community will mark Pride Month both in-person and virtually. See news coverage of how communities are celebrating inclusion and diversity in 2021.

Juneteenth (June 15-21) — Follow news coverage of Juneteenth, celebrating emancipation and the end of slavery in the United States.

Derek Chauvin Sentencing (June 23-26) — Derek Chauvin is expected to be sentenced for the murder of George Floyd on June 25. Haystack News will carry the sentencing live, plus coverage and analysis both before and after Chauvin receives sentence for his convictions on two counts of murder and one count of manslaughter.

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“Dedicated Haystack News streaming channels are a popular way our users consume news and get multiple perspectives on the Haystack platform,” said Daniel Barreto, co-founder and CEO of Haystack TV. “Our curated channels on trending topics surface high-quality journalism to more of our viewers and allow them a deep-dive experience bringing together news from hundreds of partners.”

The Haystack News on-demand channels draw upon news coverage from hundreds of local broadcast channels, in addition to ABC News, the Associated Press, Bloomberg, CBS News, Cheddar, Euronews and Newsy.


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