Local TV News Analysis is the document of a collaborative project of Graham and Birnbaum, in which they investigate local television news, both in form and content. Three simultaneous realities of the news are revealed within one composite frame: the receivership of the family at home; the inside control room of the broadcast studio; and the local news itself.
Excavation of the Broch at Bu of Cairston by John Hedges in 1978. The broch is located in Stromness, Orkney.
Part of BFI collection "Portrait of a People."
CBC News produces a variety of local newscasts for CBC Television's owned-and-operated stations throughout Canada. On most stations, the local news operation is currently titled CBC News: [city/province name], such that the 6:00 p.m. newscast on CBLT-DT is named CBC News: Toronto at 6. However, there are variations to this naming convention for northern Canada and certain markets where CBC has historically been strong in local news.