The Washington Times - September 2, 2008, 09:50PM

Pajamas Media, the conservative new media outlet founded by Roger L. Simon, yesterday launched an online television news channel. This week they’re having an hour and a half of programming and will have continuous programming starting next Monday.

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The Los Angeles-based channel was designed to serve as an alternative to mainstream media.

“We believe the major networks, most of the national and large regional newspapers, and the weekly news magazines all face a crisis of collapsing credibility — a crisis that began decades ago and is now too far advanced to be reversed,” Simon said in a release.

Among regular contributors to the online channel will be bloggers Michelle Malkin of Hot Air, Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit, John Hinderaker of Powerline, Hugh Hewitt of Salem Radio and Townhall.com.

The channel will also feature scholars from think tanks like the Manhattan Institute, the Heritage Foundation and the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.