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Viakenny340 posts since 6 Oct 2005
BBC World News
On March 1st, 2020, Israel's Reshet moved its news service, News 13, from the former Eser/Channel 10 studios in Givatayim, just outside Tel Aviv (News 13 left their studios in Jerusalem last September, after Jerusalem Capital Studios shut down and the building was purchased by The Jerusalem Post) to Neve Ilan Media Park, just outside Jerusalem, where News 12 (owned by Keshet) is also based.


A more clear look at the updated theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XD1V4x0cshI

And the previous opens of News 10/13:

(The updated version has the last version of the Givatayim/Tel Aviv "Dynamic Studio" but skipped the pre-Reshet version of the open)
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Richard1,003 posts since 22 Apr 2012
Granada North West Today
I’ve noticed something interesting on the ARD-alpha channel “Die Tagesschau vor 20 Jahren” or “The News from 20 Years Ago”. It’s on at 23:45 every night and seems to be a full (15 minute) bulletin including weather from the same day exactly 20 years ago.

Last night’s programme featured a young(er) Angela Merkel and exchange rates between the Euro and the US Dollar and between the Dollar and the Deutsche Mark. At this point the Euro existed as a currency but notes and coins had not yet been released. National currencies were technically denomination of the Euro and were fixed against it (and, obviously, each other). At this point, the Euro was worth less than the Dollar - a situation which later reversed. In the parts I watched last night, the newsreader appeared to be using printed scripts rather than an autocue.

EDIT: This seems to have been going on for years, starting around the 20th anniversary of the falling of the Berlin Wall.

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james-20016,357 posts since 13 Sep 2015
Central (East) East Midlands Today
It used to be 25 years, and has been running on there for 20 years at least (the Meldrum Private Parts has a video of a 1975 edition they showed in 2000, back when it was BR Alpha). Then a year or two back they decided to skip forward 5 years and make it 20 years instead, unfortunately (especially as the tagesschau24 channel and NDR were already running the 20 years one- NDR have been running the 20 years version for at least 20 years too, since back when the channel was called N3). I'm sure one channel was running a 30 years one back in the mid-00s as well.
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guest03115 posts since 5 Dec 2011
Since March, ARD's "Das Erste" broadcasts a nationwide news special called "ARD Extra" every weekday after the tagesschau. It is produced by several regional broadcasters. So every week it is presented by a different anchor and from a different location.


WDR (from Cologne)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYIRsr6TfsI

NDR (Hamburg)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdZXXg2lMSw

SWR (Mainz?)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGF671qlTh0

BR (Munich)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOaAJyrWdvo

RBB (Berlin)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2VjrL3-sdo

MDR (Leipzig?) - chroma key set
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fmar4-Kihz0

HR (Frankfurt)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWa4eoDf4dY
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Richard1,003 posts since 22 Apr 2012
Granada North West Today
It used to be 25 years, and has been running on there for 20 years at least (the Meldrum Private Parts has a video of a 1975 edition they showed in 2000, back when it was BR Alpha). Then a year or two back they decided to skip forward 5 years and make it 20 years instead, unfortunately (especially as the tagesschau24 channel and NDR were already running the 20 years one- NDR have been running the 20 years version for at least 20 years too, since back when the channel was called N3). I'm sure one channel was running a 30 years one back in the mid-00s as well.


It would be interesting to see something like that here. Have the BBC got full bulletins going back 20-25 years?