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Huffington Post launches live internet channel

Online newspaper the Huffington Post has launched a new live-streaming channel, HuffPost Live.

The Huffington Post has reportedly hired about 100 staff to work on the channel, which will air live for 12 hours a day, with content repeated overnight and at weekends. Content from the channel will also be made available on-demand. The venture is to be headed by Roy Sekoff, who presented the first live segment alongside Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington.

HuffPost Live operates from studios in New York and Los Angeles, with a satellite studio based at its Washington DC facility.

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