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whoiam989873 posts since 22 Dec 2007
BBC World News
... today was a busy day for Brazilian TV news: just one year after Record TV renovated their news set, they've dismantled it, eliminated the working newsroom set (during the evening, it was very empty on-air) and built a completely new set, which made its debut moments ago, on their flagship newscast, Jornal da Record , which is also launching short bulletins throughout the day, as Jornal da Record 24 Horas , with ten-minute editions at 11:40 am, 4:45 pm and 5:45pm and a fifteen-minute edition at 0:30 am.
(Now I'm not sure if the plans for a completely new studio for their news operation where shelved at this point.)

Here's how the new JR looks like (and sounds like, with a completely new theme, retiring the one used, in its many versions, between the late 1990s and 2004 or so, and between 2006 and last Saturday):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3IvVQzCbCo

UPDATE:
The opening to the first-ever Jornal da Record 24 Horas bulletin, at 0:30am, with Sergio Aguiar (previously with the GloboNews channel):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fph_xZSpabw


I miss the previous Jornal da Record theme music already.

By the way, do the Brazilians pronounce the network's name "Re-cor"? I thought the Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation of "Record" was "Re-cor-dji"?
Viakenny322 posts since 6 Oct 2005
BBC World News


By the way, do the Brazilians pronounce the network's name "Re-cor"? I thought the Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation of "Record" was "Re-cor-dji"?


When referring to Record TV, yes, it's "Re-COR". When using the word "recorde", either "REH-cor-dji" and "re-COR-dji" work (though Record TV and its parent, Grupo Record, when using that word, they use the latter form, for consistent branding).
Also, Grupo Editorial Record, an unrelated book publishing group (among the largest in Brazil) , has its name pronounced "REH-cord".

Back to the television topic, Jornal da Record 24 Horas -branded bulletins also air on their 24-hour FTA news channel (or at least, that's their intention, as the channel is currently very all over the place), Record News, much more often, but five minutes long, with the channel's own talent and from a green screen studio (with a picture of the JR 24H set in the background) at these times on weekdays (all BRT):
5am, 6:25am, 7am, 7:35am, 8:10am, 10am, 11:05am, 1pm, 1:35pm, 2pm, 3:05pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm, 11pm, 0:20am, 0:55am, 2am, 3am and 4am (the late night bulletins are pre-recorded).
On the rest of the day, they mostly air repeats of Record TV news and documentary programs, a few dedicated longform news programs and fillers in general.

EDIT: Here is the first Record News edition of Jornal da Record 24 Horas (0:55am BRT edition, pre-recorded), in its entirety:
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whoiam989873 posts since 22 Dec 2007
BBC World News


By the way, do the Brazilians pronounce the network's name "Re-cor"? I thought the Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation of "Record" was "Re-cor-dji"?


When referring to Record TV, yes, it's "Re-COR". When using the word "recorde", either "REH-cor-dji" and "re-COR-dji" work (though Record TV and its parent, Grupo Record, when using that word, they use the latter form, for consistent branding).
Also, Grupo Editorial Record, an unrelated book publishing group (among the largest in Brazil) , has its name pronounced "REH-cord".

Back to the television topic, Jornal da Record 24 Horas -branded bulletins also air on their 24-hour FTA news channel (or at least, that's their intention, as the channel is currently very all over the place), Record News, much more often, but five minutes long, with the channel's own talent and from a green screen studio (with a picture of the JR 24H set in the background) at these times on weekdays (all BRT):
5am, 6:25am, 7am, 7:35am, 8:10am, 10am, 11:05am, 1pm, 1:35pm, 2pm, 3:05pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm, 11pm, 0:20am, 0:55am, 2am, 3am and 4am (the late night bulletins are pre-recorded).
On the rest of the day, they mostly air repeats of Record TV news and documentary programs, a few dedicated longform news programs and fillers in general.

EDIT: Here is the first Record News edition of Jornal da Record 24 Horas (0:55am BRT edition, pre-recorded), in its entirety:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCkeF_IlOm4


Knowing that "Band" is pronounced "Ban-dji" there, I thought Brazilians would pronounce "Record" the same way they pronounce a "d" at the end.

Anyway, do the Record News TV network have a regional opt-out?
WW Update4,779 posts since 6 Feb 2007
Rai 3's news programme, TG3 has today ditched the blue of old and gone back to Rai 3's familiar green colour, ushering in a new look, new intro and graphics, new logo and a fresh new set.
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http://www.rai.it/dl/RaiTV/programmi/media/ContentItem-9ae6efca-4ca9-44db-8aa7-1df5edbb9e81-tg3.html
First edition with the new look is available to watch here


And here's a YouTube clip of the new look:



The new look makes the headline images in the background look even more ARD Tagesschau -like than before!
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NYTV (previously asnycBBC) 653 posts since 9 Apr 2009
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By the way, do the Brazilians pronounce the network's name "Re-cor"? I thought the Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation of "Record" was "Re-cor-dji"?


When referring to Record TV, yes, it's "Re-COR". When using the word "recorde", either "REH-cor-dji" and "re-COR-dji" work (though Record TV and its parent, Grupo Record, when using that word, they use the latter form, for consistent branding).
Also, Grupo Editorial Record, an unrelated book publishing group (among the largest in Brazil) , has its name pronounced "REH-cord".

Back to the television topic, Jornal da Record 24 Horas -branded bulletins also air on their 24-hour FTA news channel (or at least, that's their intention, as the channel is currently very all over the place), Record News, much more often, but five minutes long, with the channel's own talent and from a green screen studio (with a picture of the JR 24H set in the background) at these times on weekdays (all BRT):
5am, 6:25am, 7am, 7:35am, 8:10am, 10am, 11:05am, 1pm, 1:35pm, 2pm, 3:05pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm, 11pm, 0:20am, 0:55am, 2am, 3am and 4am (the late night bulletins are pre-recorded).
On the rest of the day, they mostly air repeats of Record TV news and documentary programs, a few dedicated longform news programs and fillers in general.

EDIT: Here is the first Record News edition of Jornal da Record 24 Horas (0:55am BRT edition, pre-recorded), in its entirety:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCkeF_IlOm4

Does this mean that all other bulletins on Record News will be renamed Jornal da Record 24 Horas as well?
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Viakenny322 posts since 6 Oct 2005
BBC World News

Does this mean that all other bulletins on Record News will be renamed Jornal da Record 24 Horas as well?


No, all other bulletins retain their formats and names, such as Hora News , Link Record News and their main bulletin, Jornal da Record News (or JR News ).


Anyway, do the Record News TV network have a regional opt-out?


They do, in some regions. In Santa Catarina, for example, the local affiliate, owned by Grupo RIC (also the parent company of RICTV, the brand used by their Record TV affiliates in their home state of Paraná and also in Santa Catarina) has two local programs: BG News Santa Catarina , a round-up of stories aired on the Balanço Geral editions across the state...


...and Jornal do Continente , the station's main bulletin.
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WW Update4,779 posts since 6 Feb 2007
More newly-uploaded CNN goodness; a 1994 promo for weekend feature programming on CNN International:

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NYTV (previously asnycBBC) 653 posts since 9 Apr 2009
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WABC-TV New York, U.S.A., An end of an era as longtime Eyewitness News anchor / reporter Diana Williams retired after 29 years with the station on September 12th. The station looked back at her run.

WABC also uploaded her first report, an AT&T phone outage, 1991
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