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For example, the new space at Hadfield also has a photo booth-like space where kids could create their own newscasts.
Cable networks have figured out how to successfully capitalize on Trump’s outrageous antics, but viewership for NBC, ABC and CBS newscasts have declined as much as 14 percent this year among coveted younger viewers.
The wildly popular Night Vale, for example, presents itself as a public newscast for the comically eerie, titular town.
And put in perspective, the families of those lost to the mountain in 1967 endured this long before the rise of the internet and 24-hour newscasts.
The story has led network newscasts and was splashed across newspapers' front pages.
Edwards anchored this newscast for 14 years, reporting the biggest stories of his time.
His baritone voice and relaxed manner eventually earned him an anchor job on the station’s noon and weekend newscasts.
A source from NBC told Vanity Fair that due to sports broadcasts, Nielsen would have rated all three newscasts at the same time just one night that week—and that a single evening of competition could not accurately reflect an entire week of ratings.
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Origin and Etymology of newscast
First Known Use: circa 1934See Words from the same year
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