Posted July 05, 2020 15:31:07The Hawke Media News apps for iPhone and Android will finally be rolling out on iOS and Android devices, according to the company’s chief executive.

The new media streaming app allows users to stream live local and national news in real time, with a focus on social media.

Hawke Media’s CEO, Ben Hodge, said the app was an important step towards making the company more relevant and engaging with its audience.

“Hawke has always been a place where we’re not just a broadcaster, but a platform for people to be informed,” Hodge said.

“We’re going to be the only place where you can listen to local and international news.”

Hawke announced its latest update to the app yesterday and now has over 600 apps available for download on iOS, Android and web.

It was launched in September last year and is available on Apple’s App Store and Google Play.

Hodge said the new Hawke News app will bring Hawke content into the 21st century.

We have always wanted to create the best and most engaging way to get the information you need in your inbox, so we’ve listened to your feedback and re-implemented what makes you feel at home and relevant.

Hodge told the ABC the new app was not meant to replace the app Hawke had built for ABC News before the new deal.

Hawkes news and current affairs program is based on ABC News’ morning news program, with presenter Mark Leeson taking a more traditional news-based approach.

The company is also working with a number of media outlets including The New York Times and ABC News to bring its live local news app to the news network.

There is a limited number of apps available and Hawke says it will roll out new apps for mobile phones and tablets this year.

Read moreHawke’s app is an extension of the Hawke Daily News app launched in December, and is aimed at providing more timely news and commentary.

Unlike previous Hawke apps, the new version is designed to be as simple as possible and allows users who have already installed the app to add their own content.

As part of the deal, the company will also offer users the option to subscribe to news and local news content for a flat $1 per month, with the app rolling out to other major networks.

For its part, the New York Post said it was happy to add Hawke as part of its portfolio of digital news sources.

With its new app, Hawke is aiming to be a more relevant source of news to the millions of people who are increasingly relying on news to make their lives easier and happier.

A spokeswoman for the ABC said the ABC would continue to provide news for the public and would continue working closely with Hawke to make sure its content is relevant and useful.

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