Monday, October 31, 2005

'NBC Nightly News' to Be Shown on Internet

Source: Associated Press NBC News said Monday said that it would begin making its "NBC Nightly News" broadcast available for free on the Internet starting next week.

Past broadcasts will also be archived at the Web site, the network said.

It's not necessarily news on demand, though. The newscast, aired at 6:30 p.m. on many NBC stations on the East Coast, won't be available on the Web until after 10 p.m. ET.

"Many of our viewers tell me they often miss the broadcast because they're not at home or tending to their busy lives and families," anchor Brian Williams said. "This new service reflects the fact that the pace of our lives has changed."

The first newscast available on the Internet will be on Nov. 7.


At 11:31 AM, November 01, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The people that are too busy to watch the newscast at 6:30/5:30c are ready for bed by the time the internet webcast will be posted! Sounds like a KATV idea to me!

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