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WW Update
Another South Korean compilation, this one featuring MBC news intros since 1970:



Three (formerly TV3), New Zealand; The AM Show (radio simulcast), 2017:

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fanoftv

Three (formerly TV3), New Zealand; The AM Show (radio simulcast), 2017:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74ue4hllnzE


Very interesting idea to mix TV and radio, clearly the studio is designed around a radio studio but with TV in mind, something that Chris Moyles (on Radio X) has set up. It works very well with the presenters having earpieces in rather than wearing headphones and utilising autocue to keep eye contact with the cameras for delivery.
LL
London Lite Founding member
More changes at France 2, Laurent Bignolas succeeds William Leymergie as the presenter of breakfast show Télématin. He's the current presenter of Le 6h Info on France 2 and Franceinfo's breakfast show.
QN
Quatorzine Neko
TMC in Italian: TMC NEWS, September 1988.

There used to be two Monaco-based channels named TMC: one in French (which is now owned by the TF1 group), and one in Italian (which is now the Italian channel La 7).

The Italian-speaking channel was the property of the Brazilian media group Globo from 1985 to 1995. The logo used in the idents of the channel shows that.

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QN
Quatorzine Neko
ATV Guyane (French Guiana) : Journal de 19h00, January 2017.

ATV Guyane is a private competitor to FranceTélévisions-owned Guyane 1re.



Guyane 1re's newscast looks like this (here's a newscast from May 2017)

Last edited by Quatorzine Neko on 10 June 2017 1:43pm
HA
Hazimworks
The logo used in the idents of the channel shows that.

Even their microphone cover too. But TMC News graphics doesn't feel like Globo's Jornal Nacional. Globo has its own font, similar to Australia's WIN's logo. Even Globo didn't even had their own watermark back then, other than the live graphic at the top right (the Globo logo at the top with "vivo" at the bottom with a thick line in the middle).
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Viakenny
The logo used in the idents of the channel shows that.

Even their microphone cover too. But TMC News graphics doesn't feel like Globo's Jornal Nacional. Globo has its own font, similar to Australia's WIN's logo. Even Globo didn't even had their own watermark back then, other than the live graphic at the top right (the Globo logo at the top with "vivo" at the bottom with a thick line in the middle).


True. But that open for TMC News was basically a reworked version of the 1983 opening sequence for Fantástico , Globo's Sunday magazine show.


Meanwhile, the original opening sequence for TMC News under Globo:


And where it came from, the 1982 open for Jornal da Globo , the Brazilian network's late newscast:
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WW Update
A look at U.S. election coverage on Austria's ORF over the years:



Apparently, ZDF (Germany), ORF (Austria), and SRG (German-speaking Switzerland) used to produce joint U.S. election coverage:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v302/az2si/orf-election-1a_zpsxvj7ifou.png



Here's a long clip of ORF's U.S. election night coverage from 1968:

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Hatton Cross
More changes at France 2, Laurent Bignolas succeeds William Leymergie as the presenter of breakfast show Télématin. He's the current presenter of Le 6h Info on France 2 and Franceinfo's breakfast show.


Hmmm..

Thought they may promote from within the ranks of reporters/contributers, for 'le royal succession'.
Wonder if where Laurent is currently, means a closer relationship (to the point of coming from the Franceinfo's studio - something I've thought would suit Tele Matin very well) of the two breakfast programmes.
QN
Quatorzine Neko
ANN (Japan) March 2004: the first few minutes of the last broadcast of "News Station".

News Station (or ニュースステーション) was appearently a sort of laid-back newscast which ran from 1985 to 2004.

The last intro used for this show is particular for using U2's Where The Streets Have No Name as its musical tune.

QN
Quatorzine Neko
i>Télé (France), 2008 : switch from summer time to winter time.

Includes the end of a repeat of a stock exchange bulletin and the beginning of a repeat of the news.



The graphics were made in house; the musical themes were made by Paris-based Norbert Gilbert.
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Hazimworks
i>Télé (France), 2008 : switch from summer time to winter time.

Includes the end of a repeat of a stock exchange bulletin and the beginning of a repeat of the news.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cy0agXd754c

The graphics were made in house; the musical themes were made by Paris-based Norbert Gilbert.

I'm not a fan of French TV but I can see some inspiration from CNN (the 2006 one)on i-Tele's lower third graphics.

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