ITV News Cymru Wales is launching its new programme Newsweek Wales this Sunday.
Newsweek Wales will feature special guests offering a fresh perspective on the week's biggest stories.
There will also be a regular 'week ahead' feature, a look at the most popular news online, plus a weekly archive item recalling key events from Wales’ past.
The first guest will be Wales' First Minister, Carwyn Jones AM, who will be reviewing the main stories of the week and looking ahead to the Labour Party Conference.
Also appearing will be journalist and observer of Welsh rugby, Carolyn Hitt.
The programme launch follows the announcement in July by media regulator Ofcom that it has accepted the majority of ITV's proposals for new terms for a 10-year licence.
Under the proposals, ITV News Cymru Wales will continue to provide four hours of news per week, with some reconfiguration in the duration of weekday lunchtime and weekend bulletins
The 6pm news programme will continue to provide 30 minutes of Wales news every weekday, with the late bulletin after News at Ten also remaining unchanged.
Our website will provide up-to-the-minute news about Wales straight to smartphones or tablets.
ITV Cymru Wales will also continue to broadcast 90 minutes per week of non-news programmes, including current affairs programme Wales This Week and political show Sharp End, as well as producing programmes including Y Byd Ar Bedwar and Cefn Gwlad on a commercial basis for S4C.
Newsweek Wales starts this Sunday 22 September at 12.30pm.