Channel3000 enters new decade with new look, 24/7 ‘Watch Now’ livestream
Channel3000.com introduced a new design on Saturday, along with a new platform.
Channel3000 visitors will notice a streamlined navigation bar that expands with a robust drop-down menu of comprehensive content throughout Channel3000.com.
Viewers will also see a more video- and image-rich top story display on the homepage and throughout the site. The clean, modernized design offers more white space and less clutter.
Clicking the now-prominent “Watch Now” button at the top of the page throughout the site will deliver viewers to live newscasts or breaking news coverage as it airs. When News 3 Now newscasts are not live, the stream will showcase the most-recently aired newscast, so viewers can stay up-to-date, anytime.
“For more than two decades, viewers have come to Channel3000 to find breaking news and weather as it happens,” said Colin Benedict, news director at News 3 Now/Channel3000. “This new platform is the foundation for enhanced live video coverage and unique video storytelling to, once again, innovatively lead the market. We are excited about the future.”
Breaking news will continue to be at the heart of what users can expect from Channel3000.com, along with coverage of all the important state, local and political, weather and sports stories of the day.
The News 3 Now/Channel3000 newsroom provides 40 hours of TV news each week and updates our digital platforms at all hours of the day. Viewers tuning in to any News 3 Now shows seven days a week find the most up-to-date information and stories that impact their lives. The new look on the website means our team of digital journalists in the Channel 3000 Alert Center will better deliver real-time updates across all devices and showcase our tradition of providing award-winning, meaningful, enterprise reporting.
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