NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Veteran broadcaster Greta Van Susteren returns to nightly television Tuesday with her new show debuting to lead Newsmax’s evening lineup.
Van Susteren, one of the most respected names in television news, will host “The Record with Greta Van Susteren” airing at 6 p.m. every weeknight.
The signature show will be what Van Susteren describes as “a solid hour of factual, fair, and independent perspective on the news.”
“With all that is going on in the world, I am getting back to my roots — a daily live news show with real reporting from the places where things are happening,” Van Susteren said.
A lawyer by training, Van Susteren brings three decades of experience in journalism to the network.
Van Susteren’s new show will also bring a major lineup change for Newsmax’s shows.
The new schedule will be as follows:
- 4 p.m. ET “The Chris Salcedo Show” (moves from 5 p.m.)
- 5 p.m. ET “Spicer & Co.” with Sean Spicer, Lyndsay Keith (moves from 6 p.m.)
- 6 p.m. ET “The Record with Greta Van Susteren” (new show)
- 7 p.m. ET “Rob Schmitt Tonight” (moves from 10 p.m.)
- 8 p.m. ET “Eric Bolling The Balance” (moves from 4 p.m.)
- 9 p.m. ET “Prime News” with Jenn Pellegrino
- 10 p.m. ET “Greg Kelly Reports” (moves from 7 p.m.)
“This new schedule will strengthen Newsmax’s ability to deliver hard-hitting news and analysis when Americans need it the most,” said Elliot Jacobson, Executive Vice President, Programming.
Newsmax Media, Inc. operates Newsmax, the nation’s fourthhighest-rated cable news network and a top 25 cable channel, according to Nielsen. Newsmax is carried on all major cable and satellite systems and is also available in more than 100 million U.S. homes through most streaming platforms. Newsmax’s media properties reach more than 40 million Americans regularly through Newsmax TV, the Newsmax App, its popular website Newsmax.com, publications like Newsmax Magazine and more than a dozen health and financial newsletters. Forbes has called Newsmax “a news powerhouse.”
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