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Quatorzine Neko (previously Le Neko) 241 posts since 29 Aug 2016
Here is a complete edition of La 2 Noticias, broadcast on TVE 2 (Spain) in February of this year.

Other than the intro, some interesting bits of design at 4:28, 5:13, 5:50, 7:44, 10:04, 12:03, 13:04, 14:00, 17:04, and 24:26.

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Woodpecker430 posts since 19 Jan 2018
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And here's the first edition of ZiB 18, which airs immediately before Magazin 1:



I must say, I'm a bit surprised that they're using the same titles and music as before, especially considering that both have been in use since 2013; I was hoping the music would be replaced with something a bit stronger and punchier. Saying that, the new set looks absolutely fantastic on air, and I especially like the use of the screens on the wooden blocks (the 'french fries', as they are reportedly known) to display various bits of information.
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WW Update4,704 posts since 6 Feb 2007
Speaking of which, here's a compilation of ORF's late-night (midnight or thereabouts) newscasts since the 1970s. Before the launch of ZiB 3 in 1997, these editions were essentially short news updates:

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WW Update4,704 posts since 6 Feb 2007
We've seen the evolution of Zeit im Bild 1 intros and ZiB 3 / ZiB 24 / ZiB Nacht intros, so for completeness' sake, here's Intro Collector's compilation of Zeit in Bild 2 intros since the 1970s. Zeit im Bild 2 is a more in-depth look at the day's news; it airs at around 10 p.m. on ORF 2:

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Woodpecker430 posts since 19 Jan 2018
Central (West) Midlands Today
Today, ZDF marked the 20th anniversary of their news programme heute in Europa. Airing at 4pm weekdays, it appropriately enough focuses on news from the continent. There is a little compilation of sets and intros from 0:25 below, with what looks like a (HD?) recreation of the programme's very first intro at 0:34:



Indeed, I wonder whether there might be a place for a similar programme on British screens?
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