snn news 6 | snn news 6 nik wallenda | snn news 6 tbohiphop .nik wallenda, tbohiphop.SNN Local News 6 (formerly known as SNN 6, SNN Channel 6, and Six News Now; which were often used interchangeably) is a Comcast cable 24/7 news station operating in Sarasota, Florida. The station operates in conjunction with the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, which houses the station in its downtown Sarasota building. The station reports in Sarasota, Manatee, and Charlotte counties.
The broadcasts are only available on Comcast systems served by headends in Sarasota and Charlotte county. The station broadcasts local news 24/7, and reports live during breaking news stories and community events.
Quite a bit of content is recorded, but they are quick to break in live with important and breaking news. SNN Local News 6 is live @ 5, 5:30, & 6 PM Monday-Friday. The station also does live weather in the mornings and evenings, especially when the weather is bad. The station occasionally broadcasts high school football games and parades in the area.
SNN dropped their previous slogan of "Around The Corner, Around The Clock" and were using the slogan "Get More Local News 24/7". In addition, SNN changed the logo for their station and went by SNN Local News 6, instead of the original SNN6.
The station was the first all digital-disk based television station by use of the Avid non-linear editing systems. SNN was one of the first news operations to have a joined print and broadcast newsroom taking the theory of media convergence to another level.
SNN has a special content use agreement with WFLA-TV and NBC Newschannel. While they are not considered an official affiliate, this agreement helped NBC bridge the gap in terms of news coverage between the Tampa Bay and Fort Myers television markets and allowed SNN to use stories from NBC News and its affiliates. That agreement replaced an earlier agreement between then SNN6, WTVT, and the now defunct CONUS Communications in 2002. That agreement also allowed for cooperation between the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and the Tampa Tribune, which operates as multimedia news organization.