Greta Van Susteren has landed a show on Voice of America, a government-funded news outlet that airs around the world. Van Susteren’s show airs for half an hour every week and can be viewed in the United States via live stream.
The Hollywood Reporter was the first outlet to report this.
The new show is called Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren and its first episode airs Wednesday at 10:30 AM.
TKNN was the first to report that Van Susteren joined Voice of America as a contributor and she has done several interviews for the outlet since then. Van Susteren has done this work as a volunteer and also anchored their State of the Union coverage.
Daytime news coverage is a much different timeslot than Van Susteren is used to. While at CNN, Fox News, and then MSNBC, Van Susteren’s shows aired during the evening or primetime.
The YouTube stream for the show describes Plugged In as “Plugged in with Greta Van Susteren examines various aspects of United Sates policy by interviewing policy makers and discussions with opinion shapers. After hosting news programs for CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC, Greta Van Susteren brings her interviewing skills and curiosity to VOA for a weekly 30 minute dive into America’s relationships with the world.”
Following Van Susteren’s firing from MSNBC, Van Susteren published a guide to social media. Van Susteren has posted pictures of her preparing for Plugged In on Facebook and Instagram.