The Bunker Web hosting site, which will be a “free and open source” site, is about to get some new content.
The site is currently offline, but it’s getting new content and will be updated soon, the company announced Tuesday.
The announcement comes after the company said it would be opening up its website for free hosting in late March.
The company’s new content will be hosted on a private server.
“Bunker hosting has been a way of life for us, and we are proud to be hosting a wide range of content, including news and entertainment, from major news organizations, local and national broadcasters, and entertainment platforms,” said the company in a blog post Tuesday.
“The Bunker Web has a long history of serving the needs of the news media and the world at large.”
Bunker hosts include NPR, CNN, ABC News, Fox News, PBS, NBC News, CNBC, CNN International, Fox Business, CNN and The Blaze.
The blog post also said Bunker’s content is also available for free on the Internet Archive, Google and Yahoo.
“We will be making the Bunker Web available as a free, open source website in late April,” Bunker said in the post.
“Please follow the instructions to make sure that you have a working site, or we will be unable to continue to provide you with the content that you are entitled to receive.”