Figure 1 illustrates a typical newscast
edition, composed of a set of n blocks [b.
It is going to be a newscast
playing to Paula's strengths.
The problem isn't that the local TV newscast
can't take the time to explain complicated stories.
allows Intranet and Internet-based delivery of current news as well as in-depth archive searches.
In its survey, the Post found local newscast
obsessed with murders, serial killers, snakebites, spider bites, tornadoes, mudslides, explosions, and satanic activity.
8 rating among adults 25-54, NBC4's late news towered over the competition, tripling the ratings average of the second-placed late newscast
will be a first for Hispanic TV: Univision is going with abilingual presentation as the company seeks to TV, digital platforms and radio "to serve a modern, multicultural San Antonio.
began with news reports about two fires, followed by a street kid throwing a rock at a car, a Salisi Gang crime, somebody stealing a motorcycle-before the first real news report, about a rise in gas prices.
, so it's not ranked, but its newscast
managed a 2.
On top of that, a later newscast
is expected to get "better demos" in the form of younger, more affluent viewers.
True, she'll make history when she becomes the first permanent female solo anchor in a broadcast network evening newscast
when she takes over ``The CBS Evening News'' Sept.
There's more truth in `The Pianist' than a newscast
," Spain's most-read quality daily El Pals declared, after running an interview with Diyar Al Oman, Al-Jazeera's Baghdad correspondent.