NewsNet is an American news-oriented free-to-air television network that is owned by NewsNet LLC. The network is structured to broadcast a tightly-formatted 30-minute newswheel 24 hours a day (with a 90-minute breakaway on weekend mornings), incorporating freshly-updated information that covers various areas of interest (such as national news, sports, entertainment, weather and business). Breaking news stories are updated constantly as they develop and new information becomes available.

In addition to being carried on digital subchannels of affiliated television stations, NewsNet also distributes its programming through a livestream that is available on its website (, as well as mobile apps in areas where it does not have a terrestrial TV affiliate. NewsNet's operations are based out of the studios of WMNN-LD on West 13th Street and 3rd Avenue in Cadillac, Michigan.

TypeTerrestrial television network
United States
AvailabilityNationwide, via terrestrial TV and OTT streaming
(estimated coverage [as of May 1, 2019], 24.28%)[1] and Worldwide
FoundedFebruary 28, 2018
SloganMore news. More often.
HeadquartersCadillac, Michigan
ParentNewsNet LLC
Key people
  • Eric Wotila
  • (President/CEO, NewsNet LLC)
Launch date
January 1, 2019
Picture format
720p (HDTV, widescreen)
AffiliatesSee section
Official website

Background and history

On September 28, 2017, Eric Wotila – who founded low-powered all-news station WMNN-LD in Cadillac, Michigan, and oversaw the studio design and construction for News Channel Nebraska, a Norfolk, Nebraska-based quasi-state network of five low-powered stations that also maintained an all-news programming format – started a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to fund the launch of a 24-hour national news channel – under the working title, the Local News Network (LNN) – intended for broadcast, online and mobile distribution.[2][3][4][5]

Citing favorable opinions from viewers about the "straight-to-the-facts, no-nonsense and commentary-free" coverage provided by WMNN-LD, the Local News Network proposed to offer a news wheel format (similar in structure to the 1982–2005 format of HLN, and the formats of defunct all-news networks such as All News Channel and Satellite News Channel) that would eschew the often-politically focused panel discussion programs that have populated the afternoon, nighttime and weekend schedules of cable news channels (particularly CNN, MSNBC and Fox News Channel) since the early 2000s. The project called for LNN to be based out of WMNN's Cadillac studio facility, with the hope of eventually opening bureaus elsewhere around the United States. The project failed to reach its funding goal of $100,000 needed to develop LNN – which would have been used to pay for equipment and staffing necessary to handle the national broadcasts – by the closure of the 50-day campaign on November 17, 2017, raising only $8,012 from 78 public backers. Wotilla subsequently sought to obtain backing from investors to fund the venture.[2][3][4][5]

On March 15, 2018, Wotilla and other partners involved in the Local News Network project announced the launch of NewsNet, which would maintain the concept originally developed prior to the commencement of the Kickstarter campaign.[6][7][8]

NewsNet was officially launched on January 1, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time, with the Evening Edition serving as the network's inaugural program. On May 8, 2019, ground was broken on new studios. The facility will consist of 3 studios, each with their own control rooms and a new, state-of-the-art master control room overseeing the operations of NewsNet, WMNN-LD and WXII-LP.[9]


The channel's programming is structured around a rolling news wheel format, providing up-to-date information on the top national and international stories in just 30 minutes. Each half-hour of the wheel format begins with a two-minute-long look at the leading headlines of the moment (with updated details provided when breaking news develops), followed by an eight-minute selection of additional headlines at 02 and 32 minutes past the hour. The remainder of the block features a national weather forecast summary (at 15 and 43 minutes past the hour), sports scores and headlines (at 20 and 48 minutes past the hour), and "Around America," a segment focusing on stories centering around unique attractions and people around the United States (at 24 and 54 minutes past the hour).[10]

To comply with programming guidelines imposed by the Children's Television Act, NewsNet also carries a 90-minute block of educational children's programming on Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. ET.

Current programs

Rolling news blocks
  • NewsNet Evening Edition (January 1, 2019–present)
  • NewsNet Midday Edition (January 2, 2019–present)
  • NewsNet Morning Edition (January 2, 2019–present)
  • NewsNet Nightside Edition (January 2, 2019–present)
E/I programming

On-air staff

  • Remington Hernandez – news anchor
  • Bejoy Joseph – sports anchor
  • Morris Langworthy – meteorologist
  • Vic McCarty – news anchor; also Around America segment reporter
  • Jessica Mojonnier – news anchor; also reporter
  • Dylan Rodenbaugh – weather forecaster


As of May 2019, NewsNet has current and pending affiliation agreements with 43 television stations in 39 television markets encompassing 21 states, covering 26.26% of the United States.[1]

In addition to allowing affiliates to sell local advertising (offering four minutes of local commercial time per hour to prospective stations), NewsNet provides the option for its broadcast affiliates to pre-empt the "Around America" segment at the end of each half-hour to allow to carry a five-minute-long local headline "capsule," providing news and weather information focusing on the local viewing area. NewsNet also provides an optional turnkey local news production service for stations that do not maintain their own local news departments to produce local news capsule segments or full-length newscasts.[10][11][6][7][8]

Current affiliates

City of license/market Station Virtual
(on main channel)
(Management Company)
Date of affiliation Notes


Cusseta (Columbus, Georgia) WQMK-LD 18.3 18 Retro Television Network Ben Jordan Communications Corporation February 19, 2019 Launched on new subchannel
Dothan WJJN-LD 49.3 49 Religious Wilson Broadcasting Company, Inc. TBA Launches on new subchannel
Florence (HuntsvilleDecatur) WXFL-LD 10.1 10 Benny Carle January 1, 2019 Replaced Youtoo America


Barstow (Los Angeles) K36JH-D 36.3 36 NASA TV Brent Gaddis February 14, 2019 Launched on new subchannel
Cathedral City (Palm Springs) KAKZ-LD 4.4 4 Free Speech TV Tara Broadcasting LLC January 1, 2019 Replaced QVC
Los Angeles KFLA-LD 8.1 8 KFLA Television (Roy William Mayhugh) April 8, 2019 Replaced Corner Store TV, which moved to 8.3
Reedley (FresnoVisalia) KVBC-LP 13.9 26 MeTV Cocola Broadcasting
(operated by Ventura Broadcasting Company)
January 7, 2019 Replaced My Life TV
Ridgecrest (Bakersfield) KZGN-LD 21.2 42 Heartland Wiknich Broadcasting Corporation May 20, 2019 Replaced Classic Shows
Santa Cruz (San FranciscoOaklandSan Jose) KAAP-LD 24.7 11 Diya TV Major Market Broadcasting January 1, 2019 Launched on new subchannel


Sterling (Denver) KCDO-TV 3.1 23 Independent Newsweb Corporation February 25, 2019 Part-time basis only


Orlando WSWF-LD 10.5 45 Rev'n Major Market Broadcasting January 22, 2019 Replaced Lifehacks DRTV
St. Augustine (Jacksonville) WQXT-CD 22.7 28 Retro Television Network A1A TV, Inc. January 10, 2019 Replaced The Walk TV
Vero Beach (West Palm BeachBoca RatonFort Pierce) WWCI-CD 10.1 10 HC2 Holdings May 20, 2019


Baxley (Savannah) WSCG-TV TBA 35 Heroes & Icons Winemiller Television, LLC TBA
Cumming (Atlanta) WLVO-LD 21.6 21 Diya TV United Media Network, LLC March 15, 2019 Launched on new subchannel
Dalton (Chattanooga, Tennessee) WDNN-CD 49.3 49 Independent North Georgia Television January 1, 2019 Replaced Retro Television Network
Valdosta (Albany) WSWG 44.5 31 CBS Marquee Broadcasting TBA Launches on new subchannel


Arlington Heights (Chicago) WRJK-LP 22.6 24 Diya TV Major Market Broadcasting January 1, 2019 Replaced Charge!


Kansas City KCKS-LD 25.2 25 Buzzr Heartland Broadcasting, LLC January 1, 2019 Replaced Justice Network
Sublette (WichitaHutchinson) KDGL-LD 23.5 23 Cozi TV High Plains Broadcasting, LLC January 1, 2019 Replaced Retro Television Network
Topeka WROB-LD 25.2 26 Buzzr Heartland Broadcasting, LLC January 1, 2019 Replaced Justice Network
Wichita KCTU-LD 5.2 23 This TV (primary)/
AMGTV (secondary)
River City Broadcasters, Inc. January 1, 2019 Replaced Estrella TV


Louisville W50CI-D 8.6 50 Buzzr Word Broadcasting Network, Inc.
(operated by South Central Communications)
January 1, 2019 Launched on new subchannel


Baton Rouge WLFT-CD 30.3 30 MeTV Touch Family Broadcasting January 1, 2019 Replaced HSN


Detroit WHNE-LD 14.9 20 Light TV Tait Broadcasting LLC January 1, 2019


Holly Springs (Memphis, Tennessee) WBII-CD 20.4 20 Sonlife Broadcasting Network Mid-South Broadcasting January 11, 2019 Replaced Heartland


Joplin KJPX-LP 35.1 35 Gary and Deborah Kenny February 21, 2019 Replaced Retro Television Network

North Carolina

Lumberton (Myrtle BeachFlorence, South Carolina) WTNG-CD 33.11 14 The Family Channel Mercy's Bridge Media, LLC May 20, 2019 Replaced HSN
Manteo (NorfolkPortsmouthNewport NewsVirginia Beach, Virginia) W22EN-D 22.5 22 Classic Shows Lawrence F. Loesch January 31, 2019 Launched on new subchannel
Tarboro (RaleighDurhamFayetteville) WNCR-LD 41.2 21 Youtoo America WNCR Media Group, Inc. April 28, 2019

New Jersey

Middletown Township (New York, New York) WJLP 33.6 3 MeTV PMCM TV May 20, 2019 Launched on new subchannel

New York

Buffalo WBXZ-LP 56.11 17 Cozi TV Steven D. Ritchie January 1, 2019 Launched on new subchannel
Cobleskill (AlbanySchenectadyTroy) WYBN-LD 14.8 14 Buzzr Cable Ad Net New York January 9, 2019 Replaced The Action Channel
New York City WNWT-LD 51.1 50 PMCM TV May 1, 2019 Replaced BuenaVision
Utica WVVC-LD 40.6 33 Antenna TV Northeast Gospel Broadcasting, Inc. February 1, 2019 Launched on new subchannel


Columbus WCSN-LD 32.8 26 Movies! Columbus TV, LLC March 7, 2019 Replaced Youtoo America


Cottage Grove (Eugene) K42HK-D 36.1 18 Religious South Lane Television, Inc. TBA


State College (JohnstownAltoona) WHVL-LP 29.3 27 MyNetworkTV Channel Communications TBA Launches on new subchannel


Nashville WJDE-LD 31.4 31 Heroes & Icons Word Broadcasting Network January 1, 2019 Replaced HSN


Beaumont KUMY-LD 22.1 22 SETX Public Television Corporation May 20, 2019 Replaced Mexicanal
Houston KBPX-LD 46.12 46 NuestraVisión Word Broadcasting Network January 1, 2019 Launched on new subchannel


Logan (Salt Lake City) KUTA-LD 8.3 8 Youtoo America Airwaves, Inc. March 4, 2019 Replaced local programming
Ogden (Salt Lake City) KQTI-LD 8.2 31 Youtoo America Airwaves, Inc. March 4, 2019 Replaced Biz TV


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As the premier organization in the world dedicated to the advancement of Slavic studies, ASEEES has cultivated the field’s intellectual landscape for over fifty years through its chief publication, Slavic Review, its Annual Convention, its book prizes, and its organizational newsletter. Slavic Review is the leading scholarly journal in the field, with c.3,800 subscribers around the world. It features articles that can take any disciplinary approach, and are deemed to be original and significant to the field by peer-reviewers. The journal also features reviews and critiques of recent research within the field.

In addition to providing access to current research and scholarship in Slavic studies through Slavic Review, ASEEES has also held an Annual Convention for decades. These conventions have been established as the center of intellectual vitality in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian studies by creating the international forum wherein over 2,000 attendees (scholars, professionals, and graduate students—domestic and international) exchange new research and information face-to-face on an annual basis. The convention lasts four days and features approximately 500 panels and round-tables and 40 meetings.

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WMNN-LD is a low-powered NewsNet owned-and-operated television station licensed to Lake City, Michigan, serving the northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 14 (or virtual channel 26 via PSIP) from a transmitter east of Cadillac off M-55. Owned by Freelancer Television Broadcasting, WMNN-LD is a sister station to dual MyNetworkTV/Cozi TV affiliate WXII-LP (analog channel 12).


WNWT-LD is a low-power NewsNet-affiliated television station licensed to New York City. It broadcasts on VHF channel 3 and it is owned by PMCM TV. WNWT shares its studios located in Freehold Township, New Jersey, and its transmitter is located at the Trump World Tower in Midtown Manhattan. From January 2012 to November 2013, WNWT (as WBQM) used virtual channel 3.1. The station formerly broadcast on VHF channel 3 and was previously owned by Renard Communications Corp. As of November 2013, they now use virtual channel 51. WBQM can't use its real channel of 50 as its virtual channel because of nearby New Jersey PBS station WNJN which broadcasts on Channel 51 and uses its old analog channel 50 as its virtual channel.


WWCI-CD, virtual and UHF digital channel 10, is a NewsNet-affiliated television station licensed to Vero Beach, Florida, United States. The station is owned by HC2 Holdings. Currently, it produces five-minute local newscasts at :24 and :54 past every hour due to its affiliation with NewsNet. WWCI can be viewed on Comcast cable channel 11 in southern Indian River County and northern St. Lucie County, and on Comcast channel 10 in northern Indian River County.

WWCI's main transmitter is located near the station's studios on 12th Street, just west of Old Dixie Highway, in Vero Beach.


WXII-LP is a low-powered dual MyNetworkTV/Cozi TV-affiliated television station licensed to Cedar, Michigan, United States and serving the northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan. It broadcasts an analog signal on VHF channel 12 from a transmitter west of downtown Traverse City near Harris and Cedar Run roads. Owned by Freelancer Television Broadcasting, WXII-LP is sister to Lake City-licensed NewsNet owned-and-operated station WMNN-LD (channel 26). WXII-LP can be seen on Charter Spectrum channel 11 throughout the northern Lower Peninsula. Starting in 2010, the station was also carried on Charter in the eastern Upper Peninsula (including Sault Ste. Marie).


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