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NBC News NOW begins streaming Sky News Today with Wilfred Frost


NBC News NOW begins streaming Sky News Today with Wilfred Frost

NBC News NOW begins streaming Sky News Today with Wilfred Frost from today, expanding its daily weekday lineup with an internationally-based news program.

NBC News EVP of Programming Janelle Rodriguez:

“Amid unrelenting and consequential news events from around the world, we are pleased to partner with our colleagues at Sky News in bringing the most informative premium news from top journalists across the globe to our viewers,”

Sky News Today will simulcast on NBC News’ free streaming news network, NBC News NOW, at 5 a.m. ET on weekday mornings. The program features international breaking news, on-the-ground and in-depth reporting from Sky News’ award-winning correspondents and interviews with key newsmakers. Wilfred Frost is the anchor of Sky News Today, as well as a contributor for NBC News, CNBC and MSNBC.

NBC News NOW continues to be the fastest-growing streaming news network stateside, featuring more live original hours than any other streaming news network and offered at no cost to viewers. The addition of Sky News TodayNBC News NOW‘s first program originating from outside America – marks over twelve-plus live weekday hours of hard news coverage.

NBC News NOW is widely distributed, available on Peacock, the Amazon Fire News App, Freevee, FuboTV, Google TV, Hulu Live, LG, Local Now, Plex, Pluto TV, Samsung TV Plus, The Roku Channel, Tubi, Xfinity X1, Xumo, YouTube, YouTube TV, and NBC News’ apps on Roku, Fire TV and Apple TV, with additional national linear distribution on NBC and international linear distribution through Sky UK and Virgin Media.

Sky News Group Executive Chairman David Rhodes:

“We’re delighted that Sky News Today with Wilfred Frost will be NBC News NOW’s first programme originating from out of the U.S., and that more people around the world will be able to watch our award-winning journalism,”

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