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ABC produces third hour of 'Good Morning America'

"Today" morning talk show adds a fourth hour, rival "Good Morning America" has quietly expanded to three.

ABC began producing the third hour of "GMA" on Tuesday for its "ABC News Now" service, available primarily as a subscription-only service for broadband and mobile phone customers.

Chris Cuomo and weatherman Sam Champion are hosts of the third hour.

The "ABC News Now" service is available as a traditional cable TV network in less than one percent of the United States' homes. It is also available for free as a broadband service to an estimated 28 million people; others must pay a subscription fee to see it via computer or handheld device.

NBC's "Today" already airs three hours a day and, next Monday, will begin beaming a fourth hour with Ann Curry, national correspondent Natalie Morales and correspondent Hoda Kotb as hosts.

"Good Morning America" has little ability to expand on television, since ABC's stations have a strong morning lineup of syndicated fare led with "Live with Regis and Kelly."

The containment never ended: the Red Fear has been replaced by the today's Russophic hysteria, and the dubbed feeling between Trump and Putin is an invention of the Western populist propaganda

The neverending containment of Russia

The containment never ended: the Red Fear has been replaced by the today's Russophic hysteria, and the dubbed feeling between Trump and Putin is an invention of the Western populist propaganda

The neverending containment of Russia

The containment never ended: the Red Fear has been replaced by the today's Russophic hysteria, and the dubbed feeling between Trump and Putin is an invention of the Western populist propaganda

The neverending containment of Russia