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TNT News
Tntnews

Type

Commercial Television Network and News Divison of The National Television

Country

United States

Founded

February 14th, 2017

Slogan

America's Home for News (primary)
The National Television's 24-hour news channel (secondary)

Headquarters

New York City, NY

Owner

WTNYCorporation

Parent

None

Launch date

March 1st, 2017

Picture format

720p (HDTV)
480i (4:3 SDTV)

Callsign meaning

None

Website

news.wtny.com

TNT News is an 24-Hour News channel owned by WTNYCorporation. It started broadcasting on March 1st 2017 as Worldnet. Firstly channel broadcasted International newscasts from major international TV stations, reduced to 30-60 minutes. SInce June 4th, the channel focuses on Rolling news and current affairs programming and broadcasts 24 hours a day live programming from New York, Washington and Los Angeles studios. The channel features a 2-band on-screen ticker, with S&P 500 stocks on the upper band and news headlines as well as sports scores and weather forecasts on the lower band.

On June 12th, the channel was renamed to TNT News and introduced new programming

Current programming

  • News NOW AM (Daily 6-7am ET)
  • First Look Americas (Daily 7-9am ET)
  • Business America (Weekdays 9-10am ET and 4-5pm ET; business news)
  • Sunday Politics with Ryan Sorba (sundays 9am-10am ET; weekly political talk show simulcasted with The National Television)
  • Brooke Alexander Reports (Weekdays 10-11am ET)
  • News NOW (Weekdays 11am-12pm ET, 1:30pm-4pm ET, 5pm-6pm ET, Saturdays 9am-5pm ET, Sundays 10am-5pm ET; rolling news)
  • Agenda with Josh Elliott (Weekdays 12pm-1pm ET)
  • The Lunchtime NEWS (Weekdays 1pm-1:30pm ET)
  • 9th Floor with Lauren Lyster (Saturdays 5pm-6pm ET)
  • Behind the Facts: Robb Hanrahan (Sundays 5pm-6pm ET)
  • SportScene (Daily 7:30pm ET; sports news)
  • From Washington with Steve Bartelstein (Weekdays 6pm-6:30pm ET; political news)
  • From Washington with Larry Kane (Weekends 6pm-6:30pm ET)
  • TEN: The Evening News (Daily 6:30pm ET; Simulcast from The National Television)
  • News NOW Prime with Dana King (Weekdays 7pm-7:30pm ET; Newscast which includes stories that weren't mentioned on TEN: The Evening News)
  • News NOW Weekend with Ameera David (Weekends 7pm-7:30pm)
  • The World Tonight: EARLY EDITION (Daily 8pm ET; News)
  • 24 Minutes with Paula Zahn (Weekdays 8:30pm ET; nightly interview with newsmaker)
  • The Firth Factor with Charles Firth (Saturdays 8:30pm ET)
  • Spotlight with Rick Amato (Sundays 8:30pm ET; roundtable discussion show)
  • Political Link with David Shuster (Weekdays 9pm-10pm ET; political talk show)
  • Bill Dod LIVE (Weekends 9pm-10m ET; political talk show)
  • The World Tonight (Daily 10pm-10:45pm ET; channel's flagship show)
  • The Lights (Daily 10:45pm-11pm ET; Nightly sports highlights show)
  • Late Edition (Daily 11pm ET-1am ET; News)
  • Overnight Edition (Daily 1am ET-5am ET; rolling news)

Anchors

  • Robert Santos - Weekdays on News Now AM
  • Richard Ransom - Chief anchor, weekdays on The World Tonight; TEN: The Evening News fill-in anchor
  • Scott Thompson - Anchor and Managing editor of TEN: The Evening News (Weekdays)
  • Lauren Lyster - Weekdays on Business America (9am ET)
  • Brenda Blackmon - Weekend anchor of TEN: The Evening News
  • Maggie Poteau - Weekdays on First Look Americas
  • Mark McEwen - Weekdays on First Look Americas
  • Steve Bartelstein - Weekdays on From Washington
  • Larry Kane - Weekends on From Washington
  • Laura Evans - Weekends on News Now AM and First Look Americas
  • Michele Marsh - News NOW (11am-12pm ET) Weekday anchor and TLN: The Lunchtime News anchor
  • Thalia Assuras - News NOW (2pm-4pm ET, 5pm-6pm ET) Weekday anchor
  • Erin Ade - Business America (4pm ET) anchor
  • Dana King - News NOW Prime weekday anchor; TEN: The Evening News fill-in anchor
  • Giselle Fernández - News NOW weekend anchor (9am-1pm Saturdays; 10am-1pm Sundays); TEN: The Evening News fill-in anchor
  • E. D. Hill - News NOW weekend anchor (1pm-5pm Saturdays and Sundays)
  • Tim Lewis - Sportscene and The Lights weekday anchor
  • Brett Haber - Sportscene and The Lights weekend anchor
  • Brooke Alexander - weekdays on Brooke Alexander Reports
  • Lindsay France - weekdays on Late Edition
  • Ben Swann - weekends on Late Edition
  • Melissa McDermot - weekdays on Overnight Edition
  • Gigi Stone - weekends on Overnight Edition

Other staff (Also used on NOW)

  • Kathi Belich - Chief correspondent
  • Erin Logan - Chief National Correspondent
  • Lindsey Hess - Business reporter
  • Brendan Cullerton - Chief Washington Correspondent
  • Jordan Abuddayyeh - White House correspondent
  • Emily Pritchard - Los Angeles reporter
  • Larry Blunt - Philadelphia reporter
  • Tonya Foster - Cleveland reporter
  • Mike Raita - Sports correspondent
  • Linda Mays - Chicago reporter
  • Evy Ramos - Houston reporter
  • Natali Marmion - San Francisco reporter
  • Cristina Mendonsa - Los Angeles reporter
  • Dale Schornack - Los Angeles reporter
  • Kendra Conlon - Miami reporter
  • Sarah Hollenbeck - Denver reporter
  • Casey Cumley - New York reporter
  • Marcus Grayeon - New York reporter
  • Kristine Frazao - Washington reporter
  • Pilar Pedraza - Mexico City reporter
  • Lily Jamali - New York reporter
  • Chris Bury - New York reporter
  • Gayane Chickayan - Washington reporter
  • Christof Putzel - Dallas reporter
  • Jacob Ward - Science and Technology correspondent
  • Melissa Chan - San Francisco reporter
  • Alan Fisher - New York reporter
  • Lori Jane Gliha - Phoenix reporter
  • Greg Dobbs - Boston reporter
  • Lisa Fletcher - Washington reporter
  • Nerissa Knight - Minneapolis reporter
  • Amanda Roley - St. Louis reporter
  • Kelsey Bagwell - Raleigh reporter
  • Dan Shaffer - Anchorage reporter
  • Dave Roberts - Tampa reporter
  • Tim Doty - Honolulu reporter
  • Jaye Watson - San Juan reporter
  • Bianna Golodryga - Consumer correspondent
  • Christina Brown - Toronto reporter
  • Daniel Hawkins - Chief European correspondent (London)
  • Dan Rivers - London reporter
  • Nic Robertson - London reporter
  • Lisa Daniels - Hong Kong reporter
  • Lilia Luciano - Madrid reporter
  • Michael Isikoff - Chief Investigative reporter
  • Laurie Dhue - Investigative reporter
  • Mike Dinow - Abu Dhabi reporter
  • Dan Raviv - Tel Aviv reporter
  • Francine Lacqua - Paris reporter
  • Harry Fear - Brussels reporter
  • Polly Boiko - Athens reporter
  • Laura Smith - Mecca reporter
  • Alexey Yaroshevsky - Moscow reporter
  • Nikki Aaron - Chief Asia-Pacific correspondent (Hong Kong)
  • Yousef Gamal El-Din - Dubai reporter
  • Cynthia Gouw - Seoul reporter
  • Kiran Chetry - New Delhi reporter
  • Lisa Kim - Beijing reporter
  • Andrew Lee - Singapore reporter
  • Paul Hunter - Berlin reporter
  • Keith Boag - Sydney reporter
  • Ramon Galindo - Buenos Aires reporter
  • Anastasia Churkina - Warsaw reporter
  • Laura Shaddick - Cape Town reporter
  • Jonathan Mann - Chief International Correspondent

Meteorologists (Also used on NOW)

  • Sam Champion - Chief meteorologist, Weekday mornings (5am-10am ET)
  • Erin Little - Weekdays (10am-2pm ET)
  • Norm van Ness - Weekdays (2pm-6pm ET)
  • Matt Pace - Weekday evenings (6pm-11pm ET)
  • Jenny Harrison - Weekday overnights (11pm-5am ET)
  • Kyle Adams - Weekend mornings (5am-10am ET)
  • Chris Edwards - Weekends (10am-2pm ET)
  • Jon Rao - Weekend overnights (11pm-5am ET)
  • Mike Collier - Weekend evenings (6pm-11pm ET)
  • Matt Wintz - Weekends (2pm-6pm ET)

WTNYCorporation News Exchange members

  • Dubai TV (UAE)
  • M6 (France)
  • RTL (Germany)
  • ANT1 (Greece and Cyprus)
  • Alpha (Greece)
  • Puls 4 (Austria)
  • Lider TV (Azerbaijan)
  • Telecinco (Spain)
  • LA7 (Italy)
  • Sky TG24 (Italy)
  • Polsat (Poland)
  • SIC (Portugal)
  • Klan (Albania and Kosovo)
  • MetroTV (Indonesia)
  • NTV (Russia)
  • Pink (Serbia)
  • Hayat (Bosnia)
  • Pop TV (Slovenia)
  • TV4 (Sweden)
  • TV2 (Denmark)
  • TV2 (Norway)
  • MTV (Finland)
  • LNK (Lithuania)
  • TV3 (Estonia)
  • LNT (Latvia)
  • RTL KLUB (Hungary)
  • One News (Malta)
  • ITN (Sri Lanka)
  • VTV (Vietnam)
  • TV3 (Malaysia)
  • NTV (Turkey)
  • RTL NIEUWS (Holland)
  • TBS (Japan)
  • SBS (Korea)
  • TVBS (Taiwan)
  • TVB (Hong Kong)
  • RTL (Croatia)
  • Sitel (Macedonia)
  • ABS CBN (Philippines)
  • Thai News Agency MCOT (Thailand)
  • Ary News (Pakistan)
  • NDTV News (India)
  • Al Ghad (Egypt)
  • Unitel (Bolivia)
  • Noticias SIN (Domenican Republic)
  • Latina (Peru)
  • Caracol (Colombia)
  • Televen (Venezuela)
  • Azteca (Mexico)
  • Azteca Guate (Guatemala)
  • Canal 12 (El Salvador)
  • Azteca (Honduras)
  • Band (Brazil)
  • Telefe (Argentina)
  • Mega (Chile)
  • RTL TVI, VTM (Belgium)
  • KTN (Kenya)
  • ANN7 (South Africa)
  • Channels TV (Nigeria)
  • Sky News (United Kingdom)
  • CTV (Canada)
  • Seven Network (Australia)
  • Mediacorp (Singapore)
  • STV (Belarus)
  • 1+1 (Ukraine)
  • Rustavi 2 (Georgia)
  • Rudaw (Kurdistan)
  • Nova (Czech Republic)
  • Markiza (Slovakia)
  • Newshub (New Zealand)

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