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NEWS

Abbreviation for:
Nights, Evenings and Weekends Service (Out of Hours)
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For those questioning local news content in the Hattiesburg-Laurel area, as WHLT-22 embraces newscasts from its bigger sister in Jackson, Nexstar notes that "alocal Pine Belt bureau (overseen by Turner ) provides local news content and specialized sports coverage of the University of Southern Mississippi.
A newscast is one of the most relevant programs within a television schedule and is considered in this work as a complex genre (Bakhtin, 1986), where several elements are organized according to a specific timeline.
is to tune in to NLC TV for live coverage of general sessions, daily newscasts and delegate and exhibitor interviews.
CNN announced Miller's hire last week, charging him with shaping the newscast, "American Evening.
Newscast is a Web-based business-information source designed for enterprise-wide use.
So add another 30 seconds or so to the story and you have a quality newscast.
Using FEDLINK service contracts, federal libraries, information centers, and other offices can obtain WavePhore's Newscast services directly.
Fluff -- defined by the study as `soft news, anchor chatter, teases, and celebrity items" -- takes up about 31 percent of the whole newscast, on average (items such as "Girl reunited with dog" or "How to tango").
When all is said and done, if it's in the newscast, it's news.
Recently, it won seven Emmy Awards and swept the honors for all three highly competitive regularly scheduled newscasts for a second consecutive year, including the best daily morning newscast for "Today in L.
Similar in style to the nationally distributed Noticiero Univision EdiciEn Digital, the two local digital-only newscasts are designedserve an audience of Spanish-language media consumers who desire amidday newscast.
Last week, we came up with a new gambit: We watched a local newscast from start to finish, and listed down the news items that it included, to be assessed not just by TV news people, but by viewers and readers as well: