Ticker network announces new live programming schedule

Ticker News new live program Veronica Dudo - Mike Loder - Ahron Young

Ahron Young: “We’re pioneering a brand new industry in the fast TV market.”

Streaming network Ticker has unveiled its new live programming schedule, which will stream across Australian mornings and prime-time in the United States. 

The new lineup was presented live from their studios in New York, as well as their HQ in Melbourne.

The Ticker Company‘s chief executive officer, Ahron Young, said: “Our programming is designed to reflect the times we are living in. Ticker’s audience is interested in global topics, money, tech and lifestyle stories.

“We have assembled a professional on air team that can take Ticker to an even larger audience.”

Ticker’s US bureau chief Veronica Dudo hosts In America Today, live from New York Monday – Thursday at 8am AEST. Dudo has reported from New York for the past two years, and her show In America Today will feature interviews with leaders in politics and business. Prior to joining, Dudo reported for both CNN and CBS

Ticker Today with Ahron Young is live weekdays at 9am AEST, covering the top global stories, plus interviews about news, business and tech. As the company’s founder, Young speaks one-on-one with startup founders and business leaders who are pushing the limits in their industry.

Young commented: “We’re pioneering a brand new industry in the fast TV market. Most fast channels are pre-recorded playlists, but Ticker is bringing live and breathing coverage to our syndication partners in the US, Australia and around the world.”

Ticker Now with Mike Loder is live weekdays at 10am, 11am and 12pm AEST, featuring interviews and chat about personal finance, gaming and lifestyle topics, including food and fitness. For three years, Loder has been a popular Ticker presenter who has interviewed innumerable organisational leaders.

The new lineup commences live at 8am (AEST) on September 25, 2023. 

See also: Ticker News takes an inside look at streaming industry in new documentary, Streaming Wars

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