The New Daily announces broadcast partnership with Network 10

The New Daily

• The New Daily to have access to breaking news footage and 10 News First news bulletins

The New Daily has announced it has signed a broadcast partnership with Network 10.

The partnership between the Australian online newspaper and the free-to-air channel will allow the publication to expand its news offerings to its readers with access to breaking news footage and 10 News First news bulletins. 

The publication noted that effective today that The New Daily stories will feature select 10 News First footage, while the afternoon news update email will also feature the latest news from the 10 News First national bulletin.

The New Daily‘s managing director Paul Hamra said their audience was highly engaged and read breaking news and commentary from journalists such as Alan Kohler, Michael Pascoe, Paul Bongiorno, Madonna King and Kirstie Clements.

“Our readers also want video content around local, national and world events to complement their online experience. 10 News First was the perfect partner,” he said.

Meanwhile Rashell Habib, head of digital news and strategy for 10 News First, called the partnership was an exciting opportunity.

“We’re excited to partner with The New Daily and work together in delivering news as it happens, across multiple platforms,” she said.

The New Daily is ranked 16th on the Nielsen news website ratings and has an online audience which has grown to 1.9 million readers, since it was established in 2013.

It also has more than 700,000 subscribers who regularly read daily newsletters and content across the website.

10 News First has extensive access to breaking news footage from around Australia, thanks to its network of respected TV journalists.

The partnership comes after 10 ViacomCBS announced the appointment of Martin White as head of broadcast news and Habib as head of digital news and strategy in late September.

This followed the resignation of Ross Dagan as 10 Network‘s director of news content, after he took a role as the executive vice president for news operations & transformation for CBS News & Stations at CBS.

Read more: “The why behind the headlines”: What to expect from new 10 News management

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