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Sh1ruba143 posts since 13 Jan 2019 Recently warned
Central (West) Midlands Today
As usual at this time of year, NHK News has updated their news programmes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_32qy_B8wY4

Ohayou Nippon: New intro, new studio, updated graphics and music
Midday News: No change
Shibu Goji: New intro, new studio, new graphics and music
News 7: New intro, updated studio, new graphics and music
News Check 11: Axed, replaced by News Kyou Ichinichi

News 7 also airs at the weekend with three hosts instead of two, including Aoi Minoru, who used to host News Check 11:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-rtfKMHVnU

I really like the new look News 7. Looks very classy with the new indigo blue colour.

Also here's a collection of previous intros since 2000
Last edited by Sh1ruba on 22 April 2019 7:18pm
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WW Update4,624 posts since 6 Feb 2007
As usual at this time of year, NHK News has updated their news programmes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_32qy_B8wY4

Ohayou Nippon: New intro, new studio, updated graphics and music
Midday News: No change
Shibu Goji: New intro, new studio, new graphics and music
News 7: New intro, updated studio, new graphics and music
News Check 11: Axed, replaced by News Kyou Ichinichi

News 7 also airs at the weekend with three hosts instead of two, including Aoi Minoru, who used to host News Check 11:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-rtfKMHVnU

I really like the new look News 7. Looks very classy with the new indigo blue colour.

Also here's a collection of previous intros since 2000
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o9SXodSn18



Speaking of NHK, here's a 1988 feature with several old NewsCenter 9 intros (starts at 1:25). NC9 was NHK's first American-style newscast:

Last edited by WW Update on 22 April 2019 11:52pm
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WW Update4,624 posts since 6 Feb 2007
The ITA/IBA system in the UK saw numerous franchise changes with one station replacing another. Such occurrences were rare in the United States, but there were a few exceptions. In 1982, Boston's CBS affiliate WNAC lost its license because of financial wrongdoings by its parent company. It was replaced by a brand-new station, WNEV, also a CBS affiliate and also on channel 7, but owned by a different company and with an entirely new on-air team.

WNEV began its transmissions on its first day on the air with an introduction to the new station:



And this is what its first newscast looked like:

Mouseboy332,604 posts since 10 Feb 2014
They had nicely branded news product and the anchor team was really good. Authoritative but easy-going style without being too casual. Really nice combination for 1982. Of course WNEV was the precursor to WHDH the sister station to WSVN Miami.
The videos shows how the influence of WSVN was slowly bought in over the years after it was bought by Sunbeam the owner of WSVN.
I'm here to give you something to talk about!
https://youtu.be/JSy2SVdtd0U
NYTV (previously asnycBBC) 604 posts since 9 Apr 2009
BBC World
WXTV Univision 41 New York unveiled a new set on April 24th, debuting during their 6 o'clock news (Noticias 41 A Las Seis) as well as being the station to debut the new Univision O&O Station Graphics.
Here is the 11pm newscast, Sólo a las Once open with the new look
Here is the former look, which ran from 2012-2019, as seen in 2018 used for the 6pm newscast A Las Seis

Here's Newscast Studio's write up on the new digs
https://www.newscaststudio.com/2019/04/24/wxtv-univision-41-new-set/
Last edited by NYTV on 25 April 2019 9:38am
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WW Update4,624 posts since 6 Feb 2007
The ITA/IBA system in the UK saw numerous franchise changes with one station replacing another. Such occurrences were rare in the United States, but there were a few exceptions. In 1982, Boston's CBS affiliate WNAC lost its license because of financial wrongdoings by its parent company. It was replaced by a brand-new station, WNEV, also a CBS affiliate and also on channel 7, but owned by a different company and with an entirely new on-air team.

WNEV began its transmissions on its first day on the air with an introduction to the new station:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cO-rHMo4tTw

And this is what its first newscast looked like:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHi9OD0kiAc


Interestingly, another Boston station, WCVB, was awarded its license in 1972 after its predecessor was denied renewal by the FCC. Here is a video from 1982 about WCVB's first years on the air (with an emphasis on its local news):

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Closedown95 posts since 23 Nov 2014
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
The ITA/IBA system in the UK saw numerous franchise changes with one station replacing another. Such occurrences were rare in the United States, but there were a few exceptions. In 1982, Boston's CBS affiliate WNAC lost its license because of financial wrongdoings by its parent company. It was replaced by a brand-new station, WNEV, also a CBS affiliate and also on channel 7, but owned by a different company and with an entirely new on-air team.

WNEV began its transmissions on its first day on the air with an introduction to the new station:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cO-rHMo4tTw

And this is what its first newscast looked like:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHi9OD0kiAc


Interestingly, another Boston station, WCVB, was awarded its license in 1972 after its predecessor was denied renewal by the FCC. Here is a video from 1982 about WCVB's first years on the air (with an emphasis on its local news):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_zsgWkNHr0


If you can unearth a book by Peggy Lamson called 'Stay Tuned' , it's a very readable history of the first fifteen years or so of WCVB - call letters picked as they were easy to type, it's been suggested;-)
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