The BBC has launched a new channel, the BBC News Channel, which will allow users to access news on demand from a range of platforms.
The new service, called News Now, is part of a broader strategy to streamline the BBC as the BBC looks to attract younger audiences, especially on mobile devices.
BBC News Today and the BBC World Service, as well as BBC Sport, will now all be available via a single app.
The service is free to use and there will be a monthly subscription.
BBC TV will also now be available to watch live and on-demand through the News Now app, and BBC News UK will be made available on its own on the app.
News Now will have a similar feature to BBC Sport.
The News Channel is an all-new channel which has been launched by the BBC in an effort to provide an easy way for users to follow and follow the news on a variety of platforms, including the BBC iPlayer and the Apple News app.
BBC World News is an expanded version of BBC World, with the BBC saying the new channel will be more accessible for people who are looking for news on the go.
News Today will be available from the News app on desktop and tablet devices, and the News channel will also be available on the Apple App Store.
The BBC News app is available in all 50 UK regions, with News Now also available in the US and Ireland.
BBC Worldwide News will also have a separate app for its news coverage.
News today is already available on BBC iplayer, while the BBC Sport app will be coming to the BBC App Store soon.
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