Hallie Jackson set to debut a new Streaming NBC News program Hallise to Debut New Continuity
Hallie Jackson will double the amount of time she spends weekly anchoring, while dividing her duties between the cable outlet MSNBC and the streaming hub NBC News Now.
Jackson will launch a new hour-long program on NBC News Now that will start Monday, November 15 at 5 p.m. Eastern. I'm ten years old and I am very excited to show my friends and colleagues how I do this, and to bring these stories to life, Jackson said in remark.
The program will be executive produced by Jill Billante, while Janelle Rodriguez is the NBC News senior vice president who oversees the streaming station. Jackson anchors an hour on MSNBC at 3 p.m.
NBC News staff launching new streaming efforts as the television industry works to court a generation of viewers who don't tune into linear TV, and often maintain telecast or satellite subscriptions. Tom Llamas, whose popular anchor recently joined ABC News, launched "Top Story," based on 7 p.m. counterpart to the traditional evening-news programs on linear television.
The show will start with a first-person reported story on mental health that features sex of. Those who have been known for her Washington coverage, will also present new stories on the events of the day, and then expand the show. And while the irrational figures will be eloquent in the coming months, the media will see that he is not influenced by the Internet.
The Backstory, which will show a light on what it takes to get the story ready for air.