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WW Update5,001 posts since 6 Feb 2007
A 1975 WBBM newscast from Chicago anchored by Bill Kurtis. If you've seen the movie Anchorman, you may recognize Kurtis (his voice at least) as the narrator:

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WW Update5,001 posts since 6 Feb 2007
This has been posted on TV Forum before, but with Iran in the news, it may be interesting to revisit this English-language Iranian newscast from before the 1979 Islamic Revolution:

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Rkolsen3,034 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World News
NBC is changing what they air when they aren’t feeding network programming. This slide starts 10 seconds after programming fades to black.

Don’t let anyone treat you like you’re a VO/SOT when you’re a PKG.
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Rkolsen3,034 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World News
NBC is changing what they air when they aren’t feeding network programming. This slide starts 10 seconds after programming fades to black.



Worth noting that a day later they decided not to use this slide until further notice. Instead they’re back to feeding black/no audio.
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Quatorzine Neko (previously Le Neko) 268 posts since 29 Aug 2016
The 8 pm news on Valencian regional channel Á Punt got rebranded as "20H NTC"… and the new intro is full of computer chips…

Also, the headlines sequence is very long, even by Spanish standards: nine minutes! At this rate, it's as long as a news bulletin in itself…

(Advisory: the video starts with a few violent images from a trailer for the war movie Saving Private Ryan .)

This is the neeeewwwws!!
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Brekkie33,058 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
The 8 pm news on Valencian regional channel Á Punt got rebranded as "20H NTC"… and the new intro is full of computer chips…

Also, the headlines sequence is very long, even by Spanish standards: nine minutes! At this rate, it's as long as a news bulletin in itself…

(Advisory: the video starts with a few violent images from a trailer for the war movie Saving Private Ryan .)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jdP22nzF7k

And I thought the BBC were bad. Is the local channel government funded - they seem to have spent more money on that headline sequence than That's TV and Made have spent on all their local channels since they launched?
I preferred the internet when it had a sense of humour.