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A number of major companies say they are pausing adverts as they review the news channel's content.
Researchers from Bentley University have been exploring how readers at partisan news sites respond to news events that challenge their worldview.
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The network, the first news channel to start up in Britain in 24 years, was watched by 164,400 people last night, beating BBC News, which attracted 133,000 and Sky, which had 57,000.
GB News, which is aiming to reach those who feel 'unheard' by the media, launched at 8pm tonight with a special programme titled Welcome To GB News.