South Dakota Station to Launch Market’s First Online Afternoon Newscast

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By Kevin Eck Comment

KELOYou can’t watch the newest newscast from Sioux Falls, SD, station KELO on your old-fashioned TV set.

This afternoon, the Sioux Falls CBS affiliate is launching a newscast airing weekdays at 4:00 p.m. available only online, meaning you can only see it on your computer, tablet or mobile device.

“We think the time is right for an online newscast,” Jay Huizenga, vice president and general manager for KELO, said in a statement. “It’s designed for busy people who want the news, but might not have access to a TV.  Anyone who has an Internet connection or mobile connection can watch wherever they are.”

What the station said is the market’s first online newscast is called KELOLAND News First@4 and will be anchored by Ben Dunsmoor.

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