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Newspaper Man delivers the truth from alternative dimensions and timelines.
On November 22, 1963 CBS newsman Walter Cronkite is given the task of reporting on live television about President John F. Kennedy's assassination in Texas.
Filmmaker Ross McElwee trails characters whose stories have been fodder for television news and takes their tales of loss and longing further than the requisite sound bite. In the process, he examines how the medium works and exposes its limitations.
Parody / critique of Tv
Calcutta News (2008) is a Malayalam romantic drama film written and directed by Blessy. The film stars Dileep, Meera Jasmine, Indrajith and Vimala Raman. The music is by Debojyoti Mishra. The film deals with the issue of trafficking in women and how a middle-class girl from Kerala gets caught in it. It showcased Blessy's yet another different genre film and successfully provided Dileep a different character unlike his usual comic
An experimental short from 1923 France which offers silent narrative in diverse, optical multi-exposures and severe close-ups offering dense montages which create psychological constructs that unfold a Parisian love affair which turns into a threesome of great emotion and consequences. Also notable for using Antonin Artaud as the male lead.
This documentary follows the daily life of a section of the police station of the fifth "arrondissement" (district) of Paris.
Nearly 30 years-old, Hélène still looks like a teenager. She is the author of powerful texts with corrosive humor. It is part, as she says herself, of a "badly calibrated lot, not entering anywhere". Her telepathic poetry speaks of her world and of ours. She accompanies a director who adapts her work to the theater, she talks with a mathematician ... Yet Helene can not talk or hold a pen, she has never learned to read or write. It when she turns 20 that her mother discovers that she can communicate by arranging letters on a sheet of paper. One of the many mysteries of the one that calls herself Babouillec ...
The Jenkins Orphanage Band - comprised of young African-Americans in Charleston, South Carolin performs for the newsreel.
A retrospective of the Vegas shootings
Originally released as a single video cassette. Later combined with the movie Our Whole Association of Brothers on a single DVD.
This is the journey of Sarmista, an upright and honest investigative journalist through the web of media politics and her fight for the truth. She braves various situations to capture news at great personal risk only to realize, to her horror and disbelief, that the channel won't telecast her report.
Join Colin Buchanan and his mate Nudge as together they sing, smash stuff and rip the wrapping off the most wonderful news of all – Jesus! Blast off with 10, 9, 8...God is Great, find out Ze Baddest Sickness in Ze World, hear the Global WarNing, take off with the Super Saviour and meet the crew of Are You Serving Cap’n Jesus?! Come and hear God’s Good News, wrapped up in over an hour of music and mayhem that will have you singing, dancing and laughing along. Special features include Behind the Scenes, Bloopers and a bonus song, Remember the Lord.
When novelist Alessandro Battavia commits suicide, a taxi driver named Evangile and her brother Nord believe they are characters imagined in a novel, probably one written by God.
Michael Kael est le correspondant parisien d'une grande chaîne d'information américaine, la World News Company. Il est envoyé en Afrique pour couvrir un festival de danse. Il ignore qu'il est l'un des pions d'une gigantesque manipulation médiatique mondiale visant à la réélection du président des Etats-Unis. Seulement, il est tellement mauvais qu'il va faire rater toute l'opération.
"Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 3: Eternal Friends") is the sixth of the Pretty Cure All Stars crossover movie series featuring all current Pretty Cure characters and the last of the "New Stage" film.
Attention, comedy fans: NOT THE NINE O'CLOCK NEWS is the real thing. This is scathing, no-holds-barred Brit humor at its best. Rapid-fire skits starring Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) are as politically incorrect as they are side-bustingly funny, sparing no one as they take on the British Royal Family, Margaret Thatcher, Scotland Yard, country music, Christianity, devil worship, punk rock and bathroom etiquette. NOT THE NINE O'CLOCK NEWS is so irreverent that when the pilot was due to air in April 1979, the BBC cancelled it due to its incendiary political content. When at last it aired, the greatest comedy group to hit England since Monty Python's Flying Circus stormed the airwaves and revolutionized British and American television alike. Discover the show that set the standard for the anarchic cynicism that defined the alternative comedy of the 80's.
It's evening, and she is standing happily at a work table in her kitchen, perhaps making a cake, while the radio finishes a song for young lovers. Then, the 7 o'clock news begins with a report on an arrest in Israel. As she proceeds through a couple of kitchen accidents - dropping a bowl, pulling a smoking pan from the oven, and waving the smoke out the window of her fourth-floor flat - she realizes that the newscaster is informing listeners of her cooking disasters.
Primetime News is the flagship news programme on Singapore's Channel NewsAsia. The programme was broadcast every day at 9:00 pm in Singapore and ran for 30 minutes. It previously ran at 8:00 pm Singapore time for one hour. The programme covers all of the daily headlines from Singapore and abroad. The show was formerly called Channel NewsAsia Tonight from 1 March 1999 until 31 August 2001 before some of Channel NewsAsia's live news programmes were renamed and revamped. The last edition of Primetime News aired on 20 January 2013 before an overhaul on Channel NewsAsia's broadcast on 21 January 2013.
[email protected] is the defunct daily newscast of the Sonshine Media Network International with the latest national, local & international news, business news & sports news and its anchored by Troy Gomez.
5 News is the news programme of British broadcaster Channel 5 produced by ITN from Channel 5's parent company Northern & Shell head office on Lower Thames Street in the City of London. From 1 January 2005, Sky News was awarded the contract to provide the news for Channel 5, replacing ITN, which had provided the channel's news service from the channel's launch in 1997. On 14 February 2011, the service was rebranded back to its original name, 5 News, having been called Five News from 2002 until 2011. On 20 February 2012 the contract returned to original provider ITN. The ITV press centre announced on 2 September 2011 that David Kermode, at-the-time editor, would leave 5 News in order to take up an editorial spot on Daybreak. He was replaced by Geoff Hill.
TV3 News @ 7 was the second early evening news programme on the Irish television network TV3. It was produced by the TV3 News division. The TV3 News @ 7, presented by main newscasters Alan Cantwell and Colette Fitzpatrick, was a thirty minute news programme covering Irish national and international news stories, broadcast at 7:00pm from Monday to Friday.
ATV Midlands News was a regional television news and current affairs programme, produced by ATV, serving the Midlands area of England. First broadcast on Monday 7 May 1956, ATV Midlands News was one of the first daily regional news services on British television, originally consisting of a short early evening bulletin of local headlines read by Patricia Cox with stories often sourced from the Birmingham Evening Dispatch, a local newspaper. Film footage of news and events was later introduced to the bulletins and shot by Birmingham Commercial Films, an independent company which specialised in providing newsreel and stock footage. From 1958, the nightly Midlands News bulletins were supplemented by Midland Montage, a weekly topical magazine programme presented by Leslie Dunn and ATV continuity announcer Pat Astley. A year later, ATV set up its own news film unit for both programmes. In October 1964, following pressure from the Independent Television Authority to improve regional coverage, ATV introduced a nightly news magazine programme, ATV Today, which supplemented and eventually superseded the Midlands News bulletins in 1969. ATV Midlands continued providing Midlands news coverage within both ATV Today and shorter ATV News bulletins until 31 December 1981.
The Independent Network News is an American syndicated television news program that ran from June 9, 1980 to June 1990. The program aired seven nights a week on various independent stations across the United States and was designed to serve those stations in the same manner that the "Big Three" network news programs – ABC World News Tonight, NBC Nightly News and the CBS Evening News – served their affiliates.
CBC Prime Time News was a Canadian nightly newscast which aired on CBC Television from 1992 to 1995. For the previous ten years, the CBC's nightly newscast, The National, had aired at 10 p.m., and was followed by a 40-minute newsmagazine package called The Journal, which was hosted by Barbara Frum. However, following Frum's death in early 1992, the CBC took the opportunity to revamp its flagship newscast. On November 2, 1992, Prime Time News debuted with Peter Mansbridge and Pamela Wallin as equal cohosts of a package which replaced both The National and The Journal, combining news and Journal-style features into a single integrated program which aired at 9 p.m. The approach proved unpopular, both within the CBC and with network audiences. The National had been produced by the CBC's news department, while The Journal belonged to current affairs, and bringing the two departments together was fractious. As well, the on-air rapport between Wallin and Mansbridge was visibly tense at times. As well, because the program aired at 9 p.m., it was competing in one of the most heavily-watched timeslots on the commercial networks. Although The National and The Journal had faced commercial competition at 10 p.m., they had been much more successful at carving out their own niche because in that time slot, almost all of the commercial networks were airing drama series. At 9 p.m., Prime Time News had to compete with popular sitcoms such as Cheers, Frasier, Seinfeld and Murphy Brown.
ITV News Cymru Wales is a Welsh national television news service, produced by ITV Cymru Wales.
RTÉ News: Six One is the evening news programme broadcast from Monday to Sunday at 6:00pm on Irish television channel RTÉ One. It is Monday to Friday at 6:00pm to 7:00pm and on Saturday & Sunday 6:00pm to 6:30pm, when it is styled as Six One News and Sport. Six One is the only dual-anchored news programme on RTÉ Television. It is currently presented by Bryan Dobson, Sharon Ní Bheoláin, Eileen Dunne, Úna O'Hagan, Anthony Muranne, Aengus Mac Grianna, Úna O'Hagan, Siún Nic Gearailt, Eileen Whelan, Kate Egan, Susan Byrne and Ray Kennedy.
Newstopia is an Australian half-hour satirical comedy programme hosted by Shaun Micallef. The first series premiered at 10:00 pm on SBS TV on 10 October 2007 and concluded on 3 December 2007. A second season began on 27 February 2008 and concluded on 30 April 2008. A third season of the show screened from 1 October to 3 December 2008. The show was developed by Micallef, Gary McCaffrie, Michael Ward and Jason Stephens, with McCaffrie and Ward working as writers on the programme. A fourth series in 2009 was planned, but cancelled due to production clashes with Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation. The show's contributors include Matt Cameron, Doug MacLeod, Dave O'Neil, Tony Moclair and Richard Marsland.
World News Now is an American overnight television news program that is broadcast on ABC during the early morning hours each Monday through Friday. Its tone is often lighthearted, irreverent and humorous. Created by its original executive producer, David Bohrman, a number of well-known news personalities have anchored WNN early in their careers, including original anchors Aaron Brown and Lisa McRee, Thalia Assuras, Kevin Newman, Alison Stewart, Liz Cho, and Anderson Cooper. WNN is divided into an A, B, C, and D-block, featuring different segments. Top news headlines are in the "front of the book" with reports from ABC NewsOne correspondents or repeated reports from the network's evening news program ABC World News. There is a national weather forecast and an often humorous "kicker" story that ends the A-block. The "back of the book" are usually stories from Nightline, BBC reports, or other segments produced in the studio, depending on the day of the week.
WHiH Newsfront is a television program presented by Christine Everhart in the WHiH World News network, informing about major events from political, scientific, and entertainment news, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Follow @WHIHofficial on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WHIHOfficial
Howard K. Smith: News and Comment was a half-hour ABC news and documentary program hosted by commentator Howard K. Smith, which aired from February 14, 1962, to June 16, 1963. It was broadcast at the 10:30 Eastern time slot on Sundays opposite CBS's long-running quiz show, What's My Line?, hosted by John Charles Daly, himself the first ever ABC News anchorman. In 1961, Smith left CBS News because of a dispute about a documentary that he produced on police violence against civil rights demonstrators in Birmingham, Alabama. He then joined ABC, where his contract stipulated that neither the network nor sponsors could interfere with the content of his program. While at CBS, Smith hosted the documentary program Behind the News with Howard K. Smith for twenty-one weeks from January 11 to September 20, 1959. Selected episodes focused on communism in Cuba, the status of Berlin, the Cold War, Charles de Gaulle, Nikita Khrushchev, unemployment in depressed areas, and the St. Lawrence Seaway. Smith's News and Comment began early in 1962. On November 11, five days after mid-term elections were held on November 6, Smith broadcast a program entitled "The Political Obituary of Richard M. Nixon", which proved highly controversial as well as premature. He included an interview with Nixon nemesis Alger Hiss, the Cold War convicted perjurer from Massachusetts, as well as remarks from Nixon loyalist Murray Chotiner. Some said that Smith's program in the long-run benefited Nixon's six-year political comeback because there was a backlash of sympathy caused by Hiss's appearance.
The Newsroom is a Canadian television comedy-drama series which ran on CBC Television in the 1996–97, 2003–04 and 2004–05 seasons. A two-hour television movie, Escape from the Newsroom, was broadcast in 2002. The show is set in the newsroom of a television station which is never officially named, but is generally understood to be based on the CBC itself. Inspired by American series The Larry Sanders Show and similar to such earlier series as the British Drop the Dead Donkey and the Australian Frontline, the series mined a dark vein of comedy from the political machinations and the sheer incompetence of the people involved in producing City Hour, the station's nightly newscast. Although not originally intended as an ongoing series, the initial run of 13 episodes led The Newsroom to become one of the most critically acclaimed programs on Canadian television in the 1990s. Following the end of The Newsroom, Finkleman produced three different short-run series for the CBC, More Tears, Foolish Heart and Foreign Objects, all of which included Findlay as a linking character.
Tracey Ullman and her cast of characters take on the news.