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- n. a television broadcast of news
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Mr Rudd’s decision to deploy troops to a war zone on the basis of a television news headline.
One practitioner of the mash-up, this time using rock and the voice of a famed television news anchor, is Mark Gunderson of Columbus, Ohio.
By the 1950s, television news crews used 16mm-camera systems such as the Bach Auricon to record on location.
A lthough I’d seen Royal and Susan Peterson’s home plenty of times on the local television news in the days since Roy’s murder, I hadn’t been there again in person until Friday morning as I was parked across the street sitting in the front passenger seat of Sam Purdy’s red Jeep Cherokee.
In 1968 most television news was still shooting sixteen-millimeter black-and-white film, usually from cameras mounted on tripods, though there were also handheld cameras.