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    eNCA, also known as eNews Channel Africa, is a 24-hour television news broadcaster owned by e.tv that focuses on South African and African stories and events. The broadcaster became South Africa's first and most watched 24-hour news service after it launched in June 2008.

  3. WDAF-TV - Wikipedia

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    On January 15, 1996, WDAF-TV reformatted its 5:30 p.m. newscast as Your World Tonight, a program focusing primarily on national and international news headlines that was modeled similarly to the national news programs of ABC, CBS and NBC (as with the national newscasts that Your World Tonight competed directly against, the program maintained a ...

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  5. Mass media - Wikipedia

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    Lack of local or specific topical focus is a common criticism of mass media. A mass news media outlet is often forced to cover national and international news due to it having to cater for and be relevant for a wide demographic. As such, it has to skip over many interesting or important local stories because they simply do not interest the ...

  6. BBC News - Wikipedia

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    Following the relaunch of BBC News in 1999, regional headlines were included at the start of the BBC One news bulletins in 2000. The English regions did however lose five minutes at the end of their bulletins, due to a new headline round-up at 18:55. 2000 also saw the Nine O'Clock News moved to the later time of 22:00.

  7. KOKI-TV - Wikipedia

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    The station's morning newscast, Fox 23 News This Morning (alternately titled Fox 23 News Daybreak for the first two hours until 2014), debuted on April 24, 2006 as a four-hour broadcast from 5:00 to 9:00 a.m., displacing religious programs, infomercials and syndicated children's programs that had previously aired in that time period, the latter ...

  8. Rahul Shivshankar - Wikipedia

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    Rahul Shivshankar (Hindi: राहुल शिवशंकर) (born 22 January 1975) is an Indian TV anchor who works as the editor-in-chief at Times Now.Before joining Times Now, Shivshankar worked in print and TV journalism.

  9. Sky News Australia - Wikipedia

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    Sky News Australia is an Australian conservative opinion and news content provider owned by News Corp Australia.Originally launched on 19 February 1996 as Australia's first domestic news channel, it broadcasts rolling news coverage throughout the day, while its prime time lineup is dedicated to opinion-based programs featuring conservative commentators.