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NEWS

Abbreviation for:
Nights, Evenings and Weekends Service (Out of Hours)
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"GMA Regional TV Weekend" is the only English newscast of the Kapuso Network to date.
The first newscast by Al Dakheel came three days ahead of Saudi's 88th National Day, which will be celebrated this Sunday.
From the financial standpoint, the TV stations cannot be faulted for making CCTV or mobile phone video recordings a major staple of their newscasts. These materials are usually free of charge, or if any fees are paid, they're minimal.
Now, they have the option of tuning in to a local newscast at 4:30 instead of network or cable news programs.
4:00 p.m.: Live daily newscast from the conference featuring interviews with award winners and a review of conference activities.
That's the question two University of Oregon journalism professors analyzed in a new study that suggests that the line between the two is continuing to blur in many newscasts, especially those in smaller markets.
With Peter Jennings at the helm last spring, ABC's newscast came close to unseating NBC's Williams as the No.
OK, let's go to the obituary writers first, to those who've said that it's not a matter of whether a newscast that airs in the dinner hour when growing numbers of Americans are still working or commuting will die, it's just a matter of when.
This nightly newscast originates from KPMR-TV's broadcast center in Goleta, California.
For example, Downie and Kaiser are so struck by their self-evident observation that the morning paper has more reporting than the TV news ("any single page in the newspaper contained about 40 percent more words than an entire half-hour newscast," etc.) that they repeat versions of this revelation I3 times.
In his preferred format, Huckerby envisions a high-quality, three-times-a-day newscast using live on-the-spot feeds by plugging into the city's new fibre-optic system.