Newsy debuts OTT evening news program, “In the Loop with Christian Bryant”
Newsy, the leading cable and over-the-top television news network, is launching a new nightly news show for its audience on OTT platforms, “In the Loop with Christian Bryant.”
Continuing Newsy’s mission of delivering opinion-free news coverage, the show gives a fresh take on the headlines, showcases award-winning journalism and delivers unique original segments every Monday through Thursday night.
“With ‘In The Loop’ Newsy is offering a new kind of news show, giving our audience both the headlines they need and the unique storytelling they want — all with a style and voice you won’t find anywhere else in the TV news landscape,” said Zach Toombs, executive producer for “In The Loop.” “Along with covering top stories, original segments will feature internet sleuthing, reporter interviews in the form of trivia game shows, and breakdowns of the latest bizarre trends driving social media buzz.”
Bryant is a Newsy veteran, previously leading Newsy’s culture reporting team as senior culture editor. He also has been a frequent on-air talent and reporter for Newsy focusing on gun violence in America.
“In the Loop” will premiere across Newsy’s free streaming news app for Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Vizio on Monday, May 25. The show also will be available on the streaming apps of more than 30 local Scripps TV stations. New episodes air weeknights starting at 7 p.m. Eastern and can be accessed in full on the Newsy app any time before 1 a.m. Eastern.
Newsy, rated by Ad Fontes Media as the most neutral and reliable cable news network, has distribution agreements covering nearly 40 million pay TV subscribers and is a leader in over-the- top television, available on nearly every streaming platform.
Newsy is a wholly owned subsidiary of The E.W. Scripps Company (NASDAQ: SSP).
Newsy is the leading cross-platform television news network that provides straightforward, opinion-free news to inform and engage by delivering the top stories across every platform. Its content is available on cable; on over-the-top services including Hulu, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Sling TV, Pluto TV, and Google Chromecast; and on connected television including Xumo. Newsy is also available via its mobile apps and at newsy.com.