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Noun1.news program - a program devoted to current events, often using interviews and commentarynews program - a program devoted to current events, often using interviews and commentary; "we watch the 7 o'clock news every night"
broadcast, program, programme - a radio or television show; "did you see his program last night?"
television news - a television broadcast of news
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TVB shall provide on its integrated English channel (viz the Pearl Channel) sign language interpretation and traditional Chinese subtitles for a comprehensive news programme in Cantonese of not less than 15 minutes each day between 6pm and midnight (the News Programme);
He also worked as a correspondent for BBC network news, presented the breakfast news programmes on both Radio Wales and Radio Cymru,and most recently presented BBC Wales' main news programme for S4C, Newyddion 9.
S4C TONIGHT launches its new flagship news programme broadcast in the later 9pm slot.
The veteran broadcaster, now 68, will leave ITN's flagship news programme after anchoring coverage of the US presidential election in November.
As part of its new look the national broadcaster is making plans to go ahead with a new live morning news programme.
ITV should be told to move its late-evening news programme back to the News at Ten slot it abandoned a year ago, an influential committee of MPs said yesterday.
Blonde Anne MacKenzie is being lined up for THREE stints a week on the BBC's flagship news programme Reporting Scotland.
BBC World Service has declared the inauguration of a new BBC Hindi TV news programme on the ETV network in India and on the BBC Hindi website bbchindi.
S4C''s main weekday news programme will also be broadcast later in the evening.
In an update on plans to cut 17 regional news programmes to just nine across the UK, regulator Ofcom has warned of a possible death knell for bulletins such as the early evening Birmingham news programme.
A REGULAR weekly TV news programme aimed at people with learning disabilities could be a reality if tomorrow's pilot show on the Community Channel is a success.
A Welsh-language news programme for children, Ffeil, is already produced by BBC Wales for S4C.