GB News will try to shake up the broadcasting landscape when the news community launches its Television channel in early June.
The news support, spearheaded by veteran broadcaster Andrew Neil, has declared designs to go live on Sunday June thirteen.
In a tweet, the channel said it would start at 8pm with a specific programme, ‘Welcome to GB News’.
The 24-hour news channel plans to battle the BBC and Sky News by targeting audiences that have turn out to be disillusioned with traditional broadcasters’ protection.
The channel, backed by the American broadcaster Discovery, has employed a raft of seasoned journalists, which include veteran ITV news anchor Alastair Stewart and former BBC News presenter Simon McCoy.
In modern days it has been ramping up the publicity around its forthcoming start, with social media movies of its new London-dependent studios in Paddington.