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* ''Film/{{Miracle}}'' had Al Michaels reprise his play-by-play role for the film as he did in the actual 1980 Olympic game. The film's audio transitions from the filmed play-by-play to the original broadcast of the final seconds of the game leading up to Michaels' immortal "Do you believe in miracles? Yes!" because Michaels himself felt he could never recreate the emotion he had of the actual game.


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* ''Film/TheReplacements'' had the Sentinels' games called by longtime football announcing duo Pat Summerall and John Madden.


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* ''Film/TheWaterboy'' brought in the actual college football broadcasting staff of ABC Sports (Dan Fouts, Brent Musburger, Lynn Swann) to call the fictitious Bourbon Bowl between the fictitious University of Louisiana Bulldogs and the fictitious SCLSU Mud Dogs. ESPN commentators Chris Fowler, Lee Corso, and Dan Patrick also show up in ''Series/SportsCenter'' broadcasts.


* The BBC ''revels'' in this, presumably because the national news was, in the days of TV Centre, filmed down the hall from a lot of the TV shows, so it was a matter of popping your head round the door. (These days, the news is based in [[OopNorth Salford]] and drama is made all over the place but following from ''Series/DoctorWho'', mostly UsefulNotes/{{Wales}}).

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* The BBC Creator/TheBBC ''revels'' in this, presumably because the national news was, in the days of TV Centre, filmed down the hall from a lot of the TV shows, so it was a matter of popping your head round the door. (These days, the news is based in [[OopNorth Salford]] and drama is made all over the place but following from ''Series/DoctorWho'', mostly UsefulNotes/{{Wales}}).


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* Creator/TheBBC's UK rivals {{Creator/ITV}} aren't immune to this either, though they tend to use their regional newscasters in their shows rather than their national news broadcasters.

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** The entire BBC newscasting team seemed to appear every two minutes in every episode of Series/BodyGuardUK2018

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* ''Film/TheGreatWhiteHype'' features several sports writers associated with boxing playing small roles, including boxing historian Bert Sugar.


** In the Brazilian dub he's replaced by a jaguar called Boi Chá voiced by journalist Ricardo Boechat. Other countries also had their own version of the character, although not necessarily voiced by a real newscaster.

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** In the Brazilian dub he's replaced by a jaguar called Boi Chá voiced by journalist Ricardo Boechat. Other countries also had their own version of the character, character (with [[ShownTheirWork the species of each newscaster taken from the region the movie is playing in]], although not necessarily voiced by a real newscaster.


* Series/The Bill second spin-off series M.I.T (Murder Investigation Team) features ITV News presenter Trevor McDonald. The story was about the murder of Sgt. Matt Boyden. This show is a CrossOver with Series/TheBill.

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* Series/The Bill second spin-off series M.I.T (Murder Investigation Team) features ITV News presenter Trevor McDonald.[=McDonald=]. The story was about the murder of Sgt. Matt Boyden. This show is a CrossOver with Series/TheBill.


** BBC News presenter Richard Baker made some appearances in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''. He also appeared in ''Series/TheGoodies'', along with Michael Aspel and others.

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** BBC News presenter Richard Baker made some appearances in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''. He also appeared in ''Series/TheGoodies'', along with others such as Michael Aspel and others.Aspel, who notably gets [[DeadlineNews squashed by the paw of a giant kitten]].

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* Series/The Bill second spin-off series M.I.T (Murder Investigation Team) features ITV News presenter Trevor McDonald. The story was about the murder of Sgt. Matt Boyden. This show is a CrossOver with Series/TheBill.

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* Canadian series Series/CornerGas features CTV News presenter Lloyd Robertson


* ''Film/HuntForTheWilderpeople: TVNZ presenters Sam Wallace and Nadine Chamers-Ross appears in this one.

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* ''Film/HuntForTheWilderpeople: TVNZ presenters Sam Wallace and Nadine Chamers-Ross Chalmers-Ross appears in this one.


* ''Film/HuntForTheWilderpeople: TVNZ presenters Sam Wallace and Nadine Charmers-Ross appears in this one.

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* ''Film/HuntForTheWilderpeople: TVNZ presenters Sam Wallace and Nadine Charmers-Ross Chamers-Ross appears in this one.

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* ''Film/HuntForTheWilderpeople: TVNZ presenters Sam Wallace and Nadine Charmers-Ross appears in this one.


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* Film/StTrinians: Jeremy Thompson of Sky News appears just before the closing credits. The story was about the recovery of Vermeer's Girl with the Pearl Earring painting that was found in a changing room.

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* ''Film/MissionImpossibleFallout'' features a cameo by Wolf Blitzer presenting a news report about simultaneous terrorist attacks in Rome, Jerusalem and Mecca. [[spoiler:It was really just Benji wearing a mask of Blitzen to trick a nuclear scientist into revealing the passcode for his phone.]]

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* In ''Film/StreetFighter'', real NBC/ABC newscaster Sander Vanocur makes an audio-only appearance at the start, as the anchor of "GNT" coverage of the "Crisis in Shadaloo". The real-life inspiration for ''Film/GoodMorningVietnam'', Adrian Cronauer, also makes an audio appearance as a Shadaloo disk jockey in the end credits.

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