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Samantha

ニュース / News, Japan Style

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Interesting to see the way they promoted their relays as well. One interesting logo too.

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Kansai TV, Konya no News (recently started), March 2015:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V16UyBja-8M

 

Konya no News (tonight's news) is a replacement of Fuji News Network's existing news update which airs at 8:54 pm Japan time. A preview of Ashita no News (tomorrow's news; replacing the long-running News Japan which started in 1994) appears at the end of Konya no News. The anchor is Yukari Oshima from Fuji TV who also presented the latter on the day this was recorded. Fuji News Network's evening news Minna no News replaced the long-running Super News. This means that all of FNN's evening and late news have the "no News" suffix at each news' title.

 

The Kansai TV logo which appears in the video is a new one. Kansai TV is shortened as "Kantere".

 

This is how Fuji TV tells about Ashita no News and Minna no News:

https://www.facebook.com/fujitelevision.eng/photos/a.387059557984677.95498.357019964321970/972697742754186/?type=1;

http://www.fujitv.co.jp/en/n_15_02.html;

http://www.fujitv.co.jp/en/n_15_01.html

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I have always loved the minimalist chic of these news updates - especially on that Kyoto station, the world's most elegant city.

 

And here is an incredibly elegant local newscast:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbqgVRxC7Jo

 

I had posted that video a few weeks ago. See post #36 in this thread.

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