The cable channel is currently in the process of relaunching its site after the shutdown of its old News and Features section, which went down on Nov. 15.
The channel will rebrand the section as “MTV Live” and introduce a new feature called “Live News,” which will offer live news coverage.
The move comes after MTV announced last week that it will shutter its own newsroom in 2018, but it has since reopened it with the intention of eventually relaunched.
MTV will be the first network to relaunch after the cable channel’s acquisition by CBS in May 2018.
In addition to the News and Videos section, MTV will also introduce an “Movies” section, and the channel will also be the only one to offer a subscription service.
The news site will still feature content from MTV News and MTV News Now, which was a separate division of MTV.
The new service will launch in January.
MTV News’ parent company, Media Rights Capital, will continue to manage the news site for MTV and the new service.