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NewsNation, Nexstar Media Inc.’s wholly-owned news and entertainment cable network reaching 75 million U.S. television households, will expand its live, national morning news programming with the premiere of Early Morning, a new one-hour cable newscast debuting Monday, June 27, at 6 a.m. ET.
Mitch Carr will anchor the broadcast and Emmy-nominated cable news veteran James Holm will serve as executive producer. Following the addition of Early Morning, NewsNation will offer a total of 86 hours of live national news, analysis, and talk every week — more than double the number of news hours on the network at its launch in September 2020.
“We are excited to have Mitch Carr kick-off our mornings with a fast-paced and informative news hour,” said Michael Corn, NewsNation’s president of news. “With James Holm leading the team, I’m confident Early Morning will resonate with viewers, as NewsNation continues its expansion to become a 24/7 cable news network.”
Following the Early Morning broadcast each day, Carr will join host Adrienne Bankert and team for Morning in America, NewsNation’s live national morning newscast airing weekdays from 7 to 10 a.m. ET.
Holm said: “Given Mitch’s passion for breaking news, Early Morning will bring viewers the stories they may have missed overnight and update them on the latest developments in ongoing stories from the previous day.”
Holm most recently led news programming at the Black News Channel and previously was an executive producer at MSNBC. He began his career in