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BBC One's 10 O'Clock News with Fiona Bruce from May 31, 2006. At the end, there's a South Today cut-in with Dani Sinha (she's now at Five News)


Fernando Onega anchors Antena 3's main evening broadcast from Brussels on May 1st, 1998, the day when the Euro was oficially presented.

 

Also from May 1998, SIC's midday newscast is presented from the field by Rodrigo Guedes de Carvalho at Braga, in northern Portugal.

 

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Partial BBC weekend news bulletin with Fiona Bruce (May 13, 2000)

 

A full edition of Rede Globo's national late newscast with Lilian Witte Fibe (April 3, 2000)

 

A short excerpt of Canal 13's late news with Mario Massaccessi from the early hours of December 16, 2014. He was forced to stay up late until 2am that night to present the program because the final episode of Marcelo Tinelli's Showmatch overran into the news' usual timeslot (12:30am)

 

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First minutes of TVA's Les Nouvelles in September 1983. No intro and no music: it goes straight to the presentation of the first story from anchor Jacques Moisan, similar to the CBS Evening News at the time.

 

Also from September 1983, it's Radio-Canada's Le Téléjournal with Jean Ducharme.

 

ATN7's weekend edition of Seven National News with Paul Marshall from May 1983.

 

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A closer from Les Nouvelles TVA in 1985 with Jacques Moisan.


Plus, the full theme used by the newscast in the early 1980s!

 

A promo and a CFTM news update in December 1988. Ici Montreal was the name of the local newscasts that aired on CFTM at the time.

 

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From Austria, a preview of ORF eins's new look, which is set to launch next week:

 

 

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Some interesting reports on the ITV's franchise auction in 1991 that changed British TV forever.
Channel 4

 

BBC One


ITV/regional outlets

 

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Some interesting reports on the ITV's franchise auction in 1991 that changed British TV forever.
Channel 4

 

BBC One


ITV/regional outlets

 

 

Bruce Gyngell, the chief executive of TV-am at the time said (and heard in the news) that Sunrise Television (stay with me here) would be bankrupt in 1994. GMTV ended up lasting longer than TV-am at 17 years.

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Final seconds of the midday edition of Nuevediario in 1991, presented by Mabel Marchesini, Juan Jose Maderna and Sergio de Caro.

 

A compilation of STV's Scotland Today intros from 1988 until 2009.

 

A 5-minute Nine Newsbreak with Jo Hall in July 1998. These short news bulletins used to air during primetime.

 

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Most of an edition of New Zealand's TV2 Eyewitness News in 1986 with Angela D'Audney in Auckland and Lindsay Perigo in Wellington.

 

Also from 1986: an excerpt of HSV7's former current affairs show Day by Day, hosted by Mark Day. The show was canceled in 1987 when HSV7 was purchased by Fairfax. Day by Day was replaced by Terry Willesee Tonight, produced out of ATN7 Sydney.

 

Part of the midday edition of Radio-Canada's Le Téléjournal in July 2007, anchored by Claudine Bourbonnais.

 

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A full edition of Tagesschau from June 3, 1998, read by Susan Stahnke.

 

A segment of Telefe Noticias in November 1997, anchored by Rosario Lufrano, with a report on an armed robbery. Thanks to the "magic" of the editors, that tragic story is turned into a "cinematic", dramatic event. At the time, it was unusual to air reports with background music.

 

A compilation of the news intros of RTBF in Belgium from 1976 until 2017:

 

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Brazil's CBS Telenoticias reports on the 5000th show of The Price is Right in April 1998.

 

Infro of TSR's midday news in September 2002, presented by Emmanuelle Bressan.

 

The intro of Italia 1's Studio Aperto, used between 1996 and 2002.

 

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Intro and partial segment of the Sunday edition of Teletrece in June 1986, read by Augusto Gatica (he was a staff announcer at the station and used to voice IDs and promos as well). The intro also included the stations where the program was being relayed.

 

Clock, headlines and intro of Rede Globo's Jornal Nacional in July 1984 with Cid Moreira and Celso Freitas.

 

A full broadcast of the late edition of Westcountry News from 1996, read by Linda Ward.

 

National forecast and closer of Telefe Noticias in 1993, with Rosario Lufrano and Carlos Asnaghi.

 

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Opening minutes of the Sunday evening edition of 24 Horas with Carolina Jimenez (July 20, 1997). At the time, TVN had the most-watched news service in Chile. The station could recover its destroyed reputation in the early 1990s and surpassed Canal 13-UCTV as the news leader. I always loved the music theme used here in the opener!

 

Katie Derham presents the news from ITN on May 4, 1998 (May Day bank holiday)

 

A full broadcast of ORF's Zeit im Bild from July 1996 with reader Liliane Roth-Rothenhorst.

 

A news update from Telenoche in September 1998 reporting on the death of Sarah Ferguson's mother, Susan Barrantes. This update aired during the weekend and it was voiced by reporter Diego Moran. This update was the only way to keep viewers up to date with weekend events because the station didn't have newscasts on Saturdays on Sundays.

 

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A full edition of TG1 in February 1987, read by Giulio Borrelli.

 

An old segment of STV's Scotland Today in 1984 (the opener is not included) The program shot its stories on 16mm film at the time, and didn't transition to videotape cameras until the end of the decade.

 

Opening minutes of ZDF's Heute Journal from November 1996.


 

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An abbreviated edition of the BBC's early evening news from May 9, 1989, with Nicholas Witchell. The evening bulletins were shorter than usual due to industrial action, and both aired at their regular times (6pm and 9pm). A short regional roundup from Look East follows the national news.

 

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Most of the early evening edition (7pm) of Telefe Noticias in September 1990, anchored by Juan Carlos Perez Loizeau and Rosario Lufrano.

 

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ZNS, Bahamas; morning news, 2019:

 

 

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An Anglia News special in 1998 with a behind-the-scenes look at its news service. The newsrooms of the two regions (east and west) were combined and shared content. Sharon Grey (later with ITN) was reading news for Anglia at the time.

 

Intro and headlines of the evening edition of 24 Horas in May 2010, presented by Monica Perez and Amaro Gomez-Pablos. Gomez-Pablos has been one of the most discriminated journalists in Chile because of his Spanish origins. He was criticized permanently for speaking in his native accent. Both Perez and Gomez-Pablos are no longer with TVN.

 

A news update from Canal 13 on May 25, 2003, the day when President Néstor Kirchner was sworn in. A tired Luis Otero presents this update from the station's empty newsroom at around 11pm on a Sunday night. I assume most staffers showed up to work later in the morning!

 

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TEN Eyewitness News Sydney 6:00 open on the night of Gulf War 1 in 1991. Prime Minister Bob Hawke - who died today - announces Australia's involvement in the war. Hawke is remembered as Australia’s most popular Prime Minister, the ‘lovable rogue’ who won four consecutive federal elections, and was described even by political rivals as Australia’s greatest Labor Prime Minister.

 

 

And his most famous line - said after Australia’s victory in the America’s Cup in 1983:
 

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An old Central News morning cut-in during GMTV, presented by Yvonne Gaskill in May 2008. She's not Caroline Rhea!

 

Full weather forecast and closer of the midday edition of Telefe Noticias in December 2005. If you wanna skip the report that airs before the closer, go to the 4:17 minute mark.

 

CBC News' Sunday Report with Ian Hanomansing on Christmas Eve, 1989:

 

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