NBC targets millennials with launch of a new streaming news service

| May 30, 2019

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NBC’s new digital streaming news network, NBC News Now, has officially launched. The service offers viewers eight hours of continuous daily programming from 3 PM to 11 PM on weekdays. Its goal is to capture the attention of younger news consumers — those who don’t necessarily subscribe to pay TV or watch television in a more traditional manner, and who instead often get their news from apps and various streaming channels.

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