Most large, reputable news agencies do this through an older technology - radio. NPR and BBC World Service still do top-of-the-hour news summaries, less than 5 minutes in length, and available on-demand on their web sites. This used to be a standard feature of any new radio service in the US. You got a summary of the news at the top and bottom of every hour. NPR (US), BBC World Service, PBS (US), and many newspapers do these still today,. Some post them on their web sites, some publish as podcasts. All use professional journalists with high editorial standards. What is it about those that you find inadequate? The New York Times calls theirs "the Daily". NPR does a four and a half minute summary of news every hour, available in their website.