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Ostensibly factual presentation of current events of note, usually in a half-hour form. In the United States, {{News Broadcast}}s are generally evening shows, with 6 PM and 11 PM slots being the most common; in the Central and Mountain time zones, 5PM and 10PM newscasts are the norm. Most networks provide an early-evening nationwide news feed going out live at 6:30 PM Eastern, which affiliate stations then run back-to-back with a locally-produced news program; the late-evening news is usually also a local production as well. Many stations also produce a Noon news. The UK's similar, with a "parent" news broadcast and the "regional" broadcasts immediately after on, although this is now only common on TheBBC and their competitor, ITV.

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Ostensibly factual presentation of current events of note, usually in a half-hour form. In the United States, {{News Broadcast}}s are generally evening shows, with 6 PM and 11 PM slots being the most common; in the Central and Mountain time zones, 5PM and 10PM newscasts are the norm. Most networks provide an early-evening nationwide news feed going out live at 6:30 PM Eastern, which affiliate stations then run back-to-back with a locally-produced news program; the late-evening news is usually also a local production as well. Many stations also produce a Noon news. The UK's similar, with a "parent" news broadcast and the "regional" broadcasts immediately after on, although this is now only common on TheBBC Creator/TheBBC and their competitor, ITV.
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