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The channel’s program audio was also simulcast on AM radio stations across the country via Westwood One; all of CNN’s U.S. radio operations (including the HLN simulcast) were discontinued on April 1, 2012 as part of Westwood One’s dissolution into Dial Global. The audio feed is also carried on XM Satellite Radio channel 123 and Sirius Satellite Radio channel 116.
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Beginning in the mid-2000s, the channel has been available in certain countries outside the United States, particularly in Asia, Latin America, Middle East and North Africa.
While the international feed’s program lineup is exactly the same as that seen in the U.S., weather forecasts for Asian and Latin American, Middle East and North African Cities in the cities are used as break fillers in lieu of commercials.
Anchors and reporters
Ashleigh Banfield (HLN & CNN)
Jean Casarez (HLN & CNN)
Carol Costello (HLN)
Mike Galanos (HLN)
Susan Hendricks (HLN)
Erica Hill (HLN & CNN)
Robin Meade (HLN)
Christi Paul (HLN & CNN)
Michaela Pereira (HLN)
Lynn Smith (HLN)
Bob Van Dillen (HLN)
Jennifer Westhoven (HLN)
Coy Wire (HLN)
HLN’s weekday lineup:
Morning Express, a morning news program hosted by Robin Meade, joined by Bob Van Dillen, Jennifer Westhoven and Coy Wire, followed by MichaeLA, broadcast from Los Angeles and hosted by Michaela Pereira, and afternoon program On the Story, a news program hosted by Erica Hill. During the evenings, HLN broadcasts Primetime Justice, a news program hosted by Ashleigh Banfield which focuses on legal and social issues.
HLN’s remaining dayparts primarily feature reruns of the former CourtTV series Forensic Files. As of April 2016, the program took up about 58% of the channel’s weekly schedule. In March 2017, HLN executive Ken Jautz stated that the network was making an effort to produce more original series; some of the new series that will premiere later in the year, including Beyond Reasonable Doubt, Something’s Killing Me, Inside Secret Places with Chris Cuomo, and the second season of How it Really Happened.