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Discussion in 'International News' started by newscentre_australia, Dec 29, 2006.
FR3, later France 3; compilation of late news opens from 1973 to the present:
This is a much better arrangement than the tweak they did to their original opener. Hated the previous music cut that was much softer.
Antena 3, Spain; compilation of news opens from 1990 to the present:
ITN News at Ten 1989 - anchor, and all-round classic British reporter, Sandy Gall files a 5-minute special report from Afghanistan interviewing Mujahideen leader Ahmed-Shah Masoud.
And Here Is The News - ITV documentary featuring 60 years of news anchors.
Newsflash: Stories That Stopped the World - ITV documentary on the history of "breaking news".
Yonhap News TV in South Korea uses L3s that appear to be inspired by Fox News Channel
There's too many similar elements for it to not be inspired by Fox News.
TV2, Denmark; 10 p.m. news; 2017 (what an opening shot!):
Telenoche, the main evening news that airs nightly at 8PM on Canal 13 (Buenos Aires, Argentina) changed its music theme on Monday, June 8, 2015.
It went from this (a legendary and recognizable theme)
to this (very relaxing, but not newsy; it reminded me of CBS' 48 Hours)
Found on a different forum, but this was Telemontecarlo (now La 7) when they were owned by Globo (yes, the one from Brazil).
The fun part is where the CGI was re-used from; the intro of Globo's newsmagazine Fantástico (with a lot less dancing, of course)
Last Monday, Globo's main evening newscast, Jornal Nacional, after 17 years at their newsroom balcony set, moved into a brand-new, 14,750-square-foot studio at their Rio de Janeiro headquarters, integrating their television and online newsrooms, and adopted a new version of their longtime theme, replacing the last, 28-year-old, version.
First, the last JN from their previous set (last renovated in 2015), from last Saturday:
The first one from their new home:
And a behind-the-scenes look at the new set:
But the new JN theme isn't actually "new", because it was originally used for their special editions, since 2002 or so, in events such as the US attacks on Iraq, presidential inaugurations, announcements of a new Pope, and so on.
Inauguration of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (2003):
Royal Wedding (2011, using both the then-special and then-regular themes):
Announcement of Pope Francis (2013):
In June 2006, TN (Todo Noticias), then the most watched cable news channel in Argentina, underwent an interesting rebrand to celebrate its 13th anniversary on the air.
ID (designed by Gizmo: http://gizmosite.tv; one of the best idents I've ever seen in my whole life!)
Headlines (aired every 30 minutes)
And the full headline theme:
All the music package was composed by Eddie Sierra.
The channel also introduced the Vizrt system and led the way for other competing channels to implement it.
Azul Televisión (channel 9 in Buenos Aires) signing off on late June 2002.
You'll see the late news close, an ID and the next day's schedule. Yes, it returned back to the air at 11:30AM; today broadcasts 24/7. At that time, the station's stakes were shared by JP Morgan and Telefónica, which also owned Telefe.
Canal 11 Buenos Aires (now Telefe): station ID from 1985.
Canal 5 Rosario (Argentina) junction, Thursday, July 30th, 1998.
In the first minute, international headlines provided by Telefe Noticias (you can hear its short-lived and interesting theme which lasted from June 1998 until January 1999),
and a short local report, followed by promos of movies and shows.
Australia's 60 Minutes report on Paul Keating's family and political life, shortly after becoming Prime Minister. The rarity is that the report was shot in film, and it was 1992.
Nova TV, Croatia; yesterday's late news with special coverage of massive wildfires on the Dalmatian coast:
50fps? Great! Laden with watermarks? Eh. Both? Hmm...
In Mexico we call that "stringer video".
Ole you bogan mate.
Canal 13 Buenos Aires (1989)
Quick weather forecast, a brief news story, news closing and station ID.
Another roundup of current TV intros from around the world.
Is the TVJ (Jamaica) open Stephen Arnold? It certainly has the right sound. What package is that?
Canal 6 Honduras seems to be using Impact...???
Argentina's TV Pública premiered a new set and graphics for their newscasts yesterday.
It's an interesting innovation.