Scotland Today was a Scottish regional news programme covering Central Scotland, produced by STV Central. Despite its name suggesting a national remit, the programme was actually limited to stories around STV's Central Belt franchise. North Tonight covered STV's North Scotland region, until both programmes were renamed as STV News at Six in March 2009.
UTV Live is the name of the regional news service broadcast on UTV, the ITV region in Northern Ireland. The first edition of the programme was transmitted on Monday, 4 January 1993.
ITV News Central is a regional television news and current affairs programme, produced by ITV Central, serving the English Midlands.
The West Tonight was the flagship news programme in the ITV West region. It was broadcast at 6pm every weeknight. It launched in 1968 as Report West and ceased broadcasting on 15 February 2009.
Westcountry Live was the flagship regional news programme of ITV Westcountry, serving South West England.
Granada Reports is a regional news programme for North West England and the Isle of Man, produced by ITV Granada.
24 Oras is the flagship national network news broadcast of GMA Network. A nightly national newscast which airs in the Philippines and worldwide via GMA Pinoy TV. It is aired Weeknights at 6:30-8:00 PM, Saturdays and Sundays 5:30 to 6:00 PM. The newscast is simulcasted on radio thru Super Radyo DZBB 594 kHz in Mega Manila and several of its regional Super Radyo stations nationwide.
North Tonight was a Scottish nightly regional news programme covering the North of Scotland, produced by STV North.
ITV News Meridian is the regional news programme for the ITV Meridian region and part of the ITV Central region, serving South East England. The news service is produced and broadcast from ITV Meridian's studios in Whiteley, near Fareham with reporters also based at bureaus in Abingdon, Brighton, Maidstone, Poole and Reading. The Head of News is Robin Britton who previously launched Thames Valley Tonight and the West edition of Meridian Tonight.
Sunday Live was a Sunday morning regional current affairs programme, broadcast on Scottish TV in Central Scotland and Grampian TV in the North. Stephen Jardine, a former Scotland Today newsreader, fronted the programme, interviewing some of Scotland's best-known public figures and politicians. Louise White filled in for Stephen when he was away. A second series was planned for the Autumn of 2006, although the show never returned.
ITV News Anglia is a regional television news and current affairs programme, produced by ITV Anglia, serving the East of England.
ITV News Tyne Tees is a regional television news and current affairs programme, produced by ITV Tyne Tees & Border from its studios in Gateshead, and serving County Durham, North Yorkshire, Northumberland, Teesside and Tyne and Wear.
ITV News Channel TV is the flagship regional news service on ITV Channel Television, co-produced with the independent production company, Newsline. The news service is produced from the main studios of Channel Television in St. Helier, Jersey. Reporters and camera crews are also based at Channel's Guernsey studios in St Sampson's. Freelance correspondents, camera crews and videojournalists are based on Alderney and Sark.
Primetime is an American news magazine show which debuted on ABC in 1989 with co-hosts Sam Donaldson and Diane Sawyer and originally had the title Primetime Live.
The News with Brian Williams, first shown on July 15, 1996, was the former flagship signature news broadcast on both MSNBC and CNBC. The show's host was Brian Williams. The News was a broadcast designed mainly for primetime viewers who might have missed that night's NBC Nightly News. The News was originally shown at 9pm ET on MSNBC until July 6, 2001. It was moved to the 8pm time slot on July 9, 2001. During the United States presidential election, 2000, The News was the main program for MSNBC's coverage. John Seigenthaler often substituted for Williams during his absence, mainly because of Williams' duties as substitute on NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw.
The CBS Evening News is the flagship daily evening television news program of CBS News, the news division of the CBS television network in the United States. The network has broadcast the program since 1948, and has used the CBS Evening News title since 1963. The program is currently anchored by Scott Pelley on weekdays, and on weekends by Jeff Glor. It is broadcast from the CBS Broadcast Center at 524 West 57th Street in New York City.
Ratsada is a regional news program aired over GMA TV-6 Iloilo in the Philippines. It provides news and features around Iloilo and the rest of Western Visayas. The newscast airs every weekday from 5:30 pm to 6:00 pm as pre-programming to the GMA Telebabad block led by 24 Oras. It is currently enjoying the number 1 spot in the most watched local newscast in Western Visayas, topping the 100 most watched programs airing both nationally and locally. It also simulcasts over DYSI-AM. Present anchors are Jonathan Gellangarin, broadcaster extraordinaire, an AM radio anchorman who has crossed over to television, is the program's male hard-hitting investigative journalist, together with Fabienne Padres and Mark Nunieza. "Ratsada" has covered the whole of Western Visayas and has increased its ability to provide comprehensive, effective and reliable news gathering.
3 News is the television, internet and radio news service of New Zealand's first private commercial television channel TV3. The flagship news bulletin is the nightly 6pm news, but 3 News also has morning, midday and evening news bulletins, as well as several current affairs shows. As the news brand of MediaWorks, 3 News produces bulletins live from Auckland on TV3 and an hour later on 3+1, it produces video, audio and article news for 3news.co.nz, and reports news for Radio Live news bulletins.
CBC News: Compass is a 90-minute local television news program based in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada broadcast from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM each weeknight AT on CBCT-DT, the CBC owned and operated television station on PEI. It is the only PEI-specific newscast in the province, and has long been well ahead of CTV Atlantic's newscasts in the ratings. The newscast launched as a single 60-minute newscast, Compass, in 1986, with Roger Younker as its anchor from its inception until 2002. Younker became well-known and trusted within Prince Edward Island. The humorous and popular weatherman, Kevin "Boomer" Gallant, has also been with the program since 1986, and still remains. In about 1995, reporter Sara Fraser was brought on as co-anchor with Younker. But in 2000, as a result of budget-cuts, all local supper-hour CBC newscasts were replaced with CBC News: Canada Now, a hybrid national and local newscasts. Younker continued as sole anchor of the PEI-specific half from Charlottetown, with a national program following at 6:30PM local time, presented by Ian Hanomansing from the network's Vancouver studios. In 2002, with Younker's departure, former co-host and long-time correspondent Sara Fraser temporarily succeeded him for one year. In 2003, newcomer Bruce Rainnie was brought in as a permanent replacement for Younker/Fraser as the anchor, and brought his own unique style to the program. Sara Fraser continues as a frequent substitute anchor and correspondent. In May 2006, the local half of the newscast was renamed CBC News at Six: Prince Edward Island.