The stage for a new media comprising both traditional and newer streaming networks.
Many consumers no longer have the attention span for full-length segments, looking for new, immersive ways to embrace and absorb content, and in this case, through social media and streaming.
This article explores how major media networks worldwide have embraced the new streaming and social media culture to provide consumers with real-time news and entertainment.
1. Cheddar TV
From my perspective, there’s a strong argument to be made that Cheddar TV is one of the leaders of streaming, because of its ability to put a fresh spin on coverage, often reporting from the New York Stock Exchange floor. The station exemplifies corporate women empowerment with anchors like Jill Wagner, Kristen Scholer and Alyssa Julya Smith.
With Cheddar, viewers can expect fun, informative Ultima notte a soho 2021 covering topics such as the “metaverse” with Cathy Hackl, to hearing about Afghanistan from a political pundit who won’t be putting it one side or the other but instead, will be bipartisan.
Launched in 2020 prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, NBCLX is a streaming service available on the Peacock app, which made its debut prior to the release of the Peacock platform Sulla Giostra 2021.
Standing out from its competitors, NBCLX distributes each broadcast to every NBC affiliate, making every story “local” and driving high traffic to affiliates everywhere. It has continued to serve as a quality feeder of underlying breaking news, with the service’s content created initially through the NBC website to then be sent out to all platforms.
3. Ticker News
Over the last two years, Ticker News has quickly become a rising news network originating from the Australian markets because of its commitment to covering digital finance transformation, including cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.
Unfortunately, many networks are hesitant to cover crypto- and blockchain-related news due to market volatility. With venerable anchors like Brittany Coles and Holly Stearnes leading the morning and evening shows, viewers can expect to have a fresh, slick international spin on U.S. news, making it the millennial and Gen Z version of the Con tutto il cuore 2021.
Ticker News offers viewers access to content in digestible chunks via social media or live streaming, where they break down major news segments into 30- to 45-second clips. It’s for these reasons we’ve witnessed the growth the network has seen in the last 14 months, exploding into the U.S. and U.K. markets.
4. KNEKT TV
KNEKT TV, an award-winning production company and TV network from Los Angeles company, is available on Apple TV, Roku and Google Apps. Launched in 2016 by Hollywood producer Kent Speakman, KNEKT is focused on OTT, or over-the-top media, producing and distributing live and pre-recorded HD broadcasts from world-class events, concerts, performances, charity galas, fundraisers and red carpet shows — ranging from the Daytime Emmys and United Nations to the Kentucky Derby to Jay Shetty Conversations.
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5. LifeFlip Media
Coinciding with these streaming networks comes an interesting new media infrastructure, which Oregon-based LifeFlip Media has embraced: media-as-a-service, or MaaS.
Its founder, Eric Mitchell, is a Marine Corps veteran whose background, after leaving the military, became embedded in Silicon Valley. The company’s mission puts its network of military veterans, athletes, politicians, C-suite executives, attorneys and activists on major TVstreaming networks. LifeFlip Media regularly works with booking producers and anchors looking to break our era of misinformation, helping to redirect the millennial and Gen Z demographic back to legitimate information film I’m your man 2021.
LifeFlip Media’s model is to strategically position talent on both traditional and modern-day streaming news platforms to maximize individuals’ reach across the globe. The platform is able to introduce on-air talent that not only brings accurate information to viewers but injects personality and opinion into the mix as well.