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Discussion in 'International News' started by newscentre_australia, Dec 29, 2006.
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A new compilation of Thai news opens, 2017:
Canal 13 in Buenos Aires signing off on Monday, July 18, 1994, at 12:30AM (Argentinian time)
The station resumed its telecast at noon with a news summary and The Pink Panther Show.
In April of 1994, introduced the current logo, designed in the U.S. by C&G Partners.
Here's an article about when C&G was in charge again of modifying the logo in 2008:
ITV's Good Morning Britain has just revealed an updated look:
UCTV / Teletrece, Chile; compilation of news intros from 1970 to the present day:
This is an absolute rarity, I can tell you that much. It's from 1986 and the long-extinct XHCG-TV in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico. And by long-extinct, I mean its transmitter shack is now a ruins.
The new, sublimely elegant 6 a.m. news on France 2, produced by France Info:
(With so many world-class designers in this country, why can't a U.S. station come up with something this elegant?)
This is the new look of a local TV station's 8:00PM newscast in the city of Córdoba, Argentina, that premiered on Monday, March 20th, 2017. LV81 Canal 12 is affiliated with Canal 13 (Buenos Aires).
The thing that I like the most: the music!
The morning and noon themes are great as well, all composed by Eddie Sierra.
Rede Bandeirantes' national newscast open, from Friday, June 20, 2003. (see from 0:54)
A compilation of current national news opens from Austria:
From the same network, but in 2010. One of the best opens I've ever seen in my life.
Unfortunately, it was replaced in 2014 by a simplyfied version.
A complete 8PM newscast of Portugal's RTP1 from April 3, 1995, presented by José Rodrigues dos Santos (he's still the main anchor)
ABC News Brisbane 7PM - new graphics
ABC News 24 - last newscast before name change
ABC News 12:30 Headlines
ABC News Channel - 3PM Close
ABC News 15 Second Ident
ATV News at 8 Hong Kong 1989
Surely one of the coolest opens of all time.
Some old IDs from LT84 Channel 5, located in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina.
This station was bought by Telefe in the 1990s and became an O&O. Before that, it used to cherry-pick programming from the 4 private stations in Buenos Aires, mainly from channels 9, 11 and 13.
1985. The Nine Network's Sunday had a very funky music, something strange for a news program.
In the 1990s, that music became more traditional, but in both cases beautiful as well.
A major renovation occured today on Canal 13's news image. They launched new graphics and music for the morning, midday and late newscasts, and also premiered a giant newsroom. It's very big and modern, but the Brazilian ones that belong to Rede Globo and Rede Record are much bigger. Despite that, here are some excerpts:
Telefe: promos and commercials from Saturday, September 30th, 1995.
Includes promos for The Simpsons, ER, a Formula 1 race and two news updates (because this channel didn't (and don't) have weekend news)
The branding evolution for the two most important private channels in Argentina (Telefe and Canal 13) was very fast, starting slowly in 1990 (after the privatization of both) and consolidating with modern and advanced graphics by the end of the decade. Here's an example of their openers and rejoins during a match of the FIFA World Cup, taped on Tuesday, June 30th, 1998.
Canal 13 (excerpts from 0:08 to 0:21 and from 3:47 to 4:05)
Telefe (excerpts from 0:20 to 0:35, a station ID from 2:58 to 3:12, and a final excerpt from 3:12 to 3:26)