A Briefing with Neelix was the title of daily news program onboard the USS Voyager that was hosted by Neelix in 2372. He felt as part of his duties as morale officer, he would make a program presenting the most uplifting and optimistic views on everything that happens on Voyager "to make his viewers feel good".
The initial concept for the program featured news of general interest, interviews with the crew, musical performances, recommendations for new holodeck programs and previews of upcoming meals. Additional features were to include updates on the ship's progress from Captain Janeway and crew commendations from Commander Chakotay.
During the production of this program, Neelix learned that Tom Paris had asked to be put off the ship. He later reported his discovery that Paris had been sending messages over the ship's power grid to the Kazon-Nistrim. He soon discovered that this was part of an elaborate plan to discover the identity of the Voyager crewmember that had been providing information to the Kazon-Nistrim, later revealed to be Michael Jonas. (VOY: "Investigations")
By 2373, the name was changed to Good Morning, Voyager. When the crew of Voyager was incapacitated by a macroviral infection, Samantha Wildman, one of the shows most loyal viewers, had left the most recent edition of the program running in her quarters, where it was discovered by Neelix and Captain Janeway. In that particular episode, Neelix had a special segment that featured Ensign Kaplan. (VOY: "Macrocosm")