Nightline is a New Zealand late night news show currently on TV3 hosted by Sacha McNeil. Nightline, hosted usually in the 10.30pm to 11.00pm timeslot, has a high focus on the arts and current events. It competes directly with TVNZ's Tonight show. Nightline generally runs the entire year, its timeslot being pushed later on some occasions to cater to long-running shows, but traditionally takes a short break over the Christmas period. Previous hosts have included Rachel Smalley, Samantha Hayes, Carly Flynn, Carolyn Robinson, Leanne Malcolm, Sarah Bradley, Joanna Paul and Belinda Todd.
ITV News was the early morning news bulletin on the British television network ITV. It was produced by ITN. The 30-minute programme covered British national and international news stories, a brief business update, a look at the mornings newspapers and regular NBC News segments and broadcasts at 5:30am every day. In the event of a major news story, they occasionally went live to the scene or cross to the newsroom. On 12 January 2009, Faye Barker was appointed the main newscaster of the bulletin, Charlene White alternated with Barker for a time.
A narrative documentary news program that features one or two of the New York Times’ biggest and most important visual stories each week. The show will follow the stories and the reporters that work on them every step of the way.
NewsForce is the flagship newscast of Global News Network. It currently airs everyday from 5pm to 6pm.
Holmes was a 30 minute news and current affairs show presented by Paul Holmes on Television One in New Zealand between 1989 and 2004. The show moved to Prime in 2005 after failed contract negotiations between Paul Holmes and TVNZ. The shows run on Prime however was short lived due to low ratings.