This installment of the fascinating series covers the latter part of 1944, exploring Germany's V2 bombing campaign of southern England, the battles over eastern Poland and the ongoing transformation of the Hitler Youth into a real military division. The series compiles authentic newsreel footage -- discovered by Russian troops in 1945 -- created by Nazi propagandists under the leadership of Joseph Goebbels.
Short part of BFI collection "This Working Life: Steel".
Directed by Ian Breakwell.
Local TV News Analysis is the document of a collaborative project of Graham and Birnbaum, in which they investigate local television news, both in form and content. Three simultaneous realities of the news are revealed within one composite frame: the receivership of the family at home; the inside control room of the broadcast studio; and the local news itself.
Matt Knudsen was born in Hawaii, raised in the Mid-west and sailed around the world as a merchant marine. As an actor, Matt shared the big screen with Oscar winner Sean Penn in Gangster Squad, or you may also recognize him from his appearances in shows like Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Key & Peele, Workaholics, The League, Big Love, Boston Legal or Malcolm in the Middle just to name a few. Matt has also been a part of several high profile commercial campaigns for companies including: Apple, IBM, GE, Volkswagen, DirecTV, Pepsi and more; which have aired during the Superbowl and The Olympics. As a comedian, he’s appeared on Conan, The Late Late Show, Last Call, ASX Live and Comics Unleashed, as well as dozens of festivals, including: Montreal Just for Laughs (Best of the Fest), The San Francisco Sketchfest, Bridgetown, High Plains, Limestone and has even entertained at The White House for President and Mrs. Obama.
In this NBC News exclusive, Stone Phillips attempts to separate the fact from the fiction in the worldwide best-selling novel The Da Vinci Code. How much truth is there in the novel's well-spun story? Are modern-day religious leaders covering up the past? The book's controversial plot hinges on several key assertions: Jesus married Mary Magdalene, they had a child, and a shadowy conspiracy has worked to keep their union and subsequent bloodline a secret for centuries. Unbelievably, some of history's most renowned artists and leaders, including Leonardo da Vinci, may have been co-conspirators in this astonishing cover-up. With the investigative resources of NBC News, Phillips takes you from the holy sites in the Middle East to key locations throughout Europe as he hunts for the reality behind the headlines and attempts to get to the bottom of a tantalizing mystery that has captivated the world.
Hoping to shake up the complacent Italian Communist Party, a group of leftist radicals sends an incendiary letter to a major evening newspaper declaring their intention to volunteer to fight American troops in Vietnam as a political statement against the war.
FINALLY GOT THE NEWS is a forceful, unique documentary that reveals the activities of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers inside and outside the auto factories of Detroit. Through interviews with the members of the movement, footage shot in the auto plants, and footage of leafleting and picketing actions, the film documents their efforts to build an independent black labor organization that, unlike the UAW, will respond to worker's problems, such as the assembly line speed-up and inadequate wages faced by both black and white workers in the industry. Beginning with a historical montage, from the early days of slavery through the subsequent growth and organization of the working class, FINALLY GOT THE NEWS focuses on the crucial role played by the black worker in the American economy. Also explored is the educational 'tracking' system for both white and black youth, the role of African American women in the labor force, and relations between white and black workers.
CTV News at 5 is a popular hour-long television newsmagazine airing weekdays at 5:00 p.m. on the CTV Atlantic system in the Canadian Maritimes region.
ABS-CBN News Advisory is a now defunct hourly news update of ABS-CBN, This is aired from March 1987 until 2004. The language of the Newscast is English and Filipino. The English broadcast ran from 1987 to 1997, while the Filipino ran from 1997 to 2004. This is replaced by News Patrol.
The 7 O'Clock News was the main news programme, broadcast each weekday at 7:00pm, on British digital television channel BBC Three between 9 February 2003 to 2 December 2005. Originally called The News Show from the launch of BBC Three in 9 February 2003, it was rebranded later in the year, though retaining the same presentation team.
Kids News Network, created 1991 in New York City by JoAnna Levenglick who also produced the show featuring junior reporters. The Kids News Network coverered entertainment, pro sports, books, technology, style, and health. Celebrity interviews are one-on-one, and are done by two young reporters: Elliott Levenglick and Diandra Levenglick, who had done celeberity interviews since 1993, and have traveled all over the [United States, Canada and the Bahamas doing movie junkets and were on the set of feature films. Some of the guests include: Arnold Swarzeneggar, Al Jareau, George Benson, Lindsay Lohan, Sinbad, Martin Short, Rosie O'Donnell, Oprah, Shaq,Phil Hartman, Natalie Portman, Richie Sambora, Tina Fey, The Olsen Twins, Derek Jeter, Kobe Bryant, Samuel L. Jackson, Morgan Freeman. The Kids News Network was the first TV news and entertainmnent show that featured so many celebrities and famous authors of children's books and pro sports players. The show is in the process of going Broadband.
Action News is a local television newscast format in the United States. It was conceived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at WFIL-TV by news director Mel Kampmann in 1970 as a response to the "Eyewitness News" format used on rival station KYW-TV. At this time, WFIL-TV was said to be "#4 in a three-station market." The main difference between Action News and Eyewitness News was that the former was far more tightly formatted. Time limits were set on packages—for instance, a reporter package could be no longer than 90 seconds. This difference enabled the station to cover more stories than its competitors. Another key difference was the focus on the surrounding Philadelphia suburban areas—a response to the movement of residents from the city to the suburbs. Finally, WPVI placed more emphasis on young talent—while WCAU-TV and KYW-TV used older, respected news anchors such as Vince Leonard, Tom Snyder, and John Facenda, WPVI used a young Larry Kane as their top anchor. Later, the station would add the very popular Jim O'Brien as its main weathercaster. The format quickly took off, and after going back and forth with KYW for first place, WPVI took the lead in 1977 and has held it ever since. Capital Cities Communications, WPVI's owner at the time, took the format to most of its other stations.