Haystack News, an ad-supported streaming news platform, June 1 announced the launch the first of several dedicated news streaming channels for the month focusing on the Tulsa (Okla.) race massacre 100th anniversary; gay pride; Juneteenth, which celebrates emancipation and the end of slavery in the U.S.; and former Minneapolis police officer Derick Chauvin’s sentencing for the murder of George Floyd.
Haystack News offers a collection of curated and personalized on-demand streaming news and live 24/7 channels. Dedicated news streaming channels, including ongoing coverage of the pandemic, offering a deep-dive on trending and timely topics.
“Dedicated Haystack News streaming channels are a popular way our users consume news and get multiple perspectives on the Haystack platform,” Daniel Barreto, co-founder/CEO of Haystack TV, said in a statement. “Our curated channels on trending topics surface high-quality journalism to more of our viewers and allow them a deep-dive experience bringing together news from hundreds of partners.”
The Haystack News on-demand channels draw upon coverage from hundreds of local broadcast channels, in addition to ABC News, the AP, Bloomberg, CBS News, Cheddar, Euronews and Newsy.