The Free News Channel NewsNet is Now Available in Miami






NewsNetNewsNet has partnered with WDFL to bring the free 24/7 news network to Miami. Now, South Florida can watch the cable-free news source with a focus on the headlines.

“We’re thrilled to be working with WDFL as we continue to expand our reach,” said Eric Wotila, President of NewsNet, “We’re committed to bringing viewers a no-nonsense look at news – whether or not they subscribe to cable or satellite – and through our agreement with WDFL, we’re excited to be bringing this refreshing approach to newsgathering to Miami.”
NewsNet follows a classic news wheel format, delivering national and international news, weather and sports headlines every half hour. With its newly acquired market, NewsNet is available in 45 markets nationwide – including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and now, Miami.
“It’s a great pleasure to be joining forces with NewsNet to bring 24-hour news to South Florida,” said Francois Leconte, Chairman and CEO of Paramount Broadcasting Communication, the owner of WDFL.
To find out if NewsNet is available in your area, check out the list of locations here.
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