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BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX7CF73
January 27, 2020
Actor Nina Wadia reads at the UK Holocaust Memorial Day Commemorative Ceremony in Westminster in London,...
London, United Kingdom
BBC newsreader Huw Edwards speaks at the UK Holocaust Memorial Day Commemorative Ceremony
Actor Nina Wadia reads at the UK Holocaust Memorial Day Commemorative Ceremony in Westminster in London, Britain January 27, 2020. Chris Jackson/Pool via REUTERS
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX7CF72
January 27, 2020
BBC newsreader Huw Edwards speaks at the UK Holocaust Memorial Day Commemorative Ceremony in Westminster...
London, United Kingdom
BBC newsreader Huw Edwards speaks at the UK Holocaust Memorial Day Commemorative Ceremony
BBC newsreader Huw Edwards speaks at the UK Holocaust Memorial Day Commemorative Ceremony in Westminster in London, Britain January 27, 2020. Chris Jackson/Pool via REUTERS
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX7CF6Y
January 27, 2020
BBC newsreader Huw Edwards speaks at the UK Holocaust Memorial Day Commemorative Ceremony in Westminster...
London, United Kingdom
BBC newsreader Huw Edwards speaks at the UK Holocaust Memorial Day Commemorative Ceremony
BBC newsreader Huw Edwards speaks at the UK Holocaust Memorial Day Commemorative Ceremony in Westminster in London, Britain January 27, 2020. Chris Jackson/Pool via REUTERS
ATHLETICS-LONDON/
RTS13J19
April 23, 2017
Britain Athletics - London Marathon - London - 23/4/17 BBC newsreader Sophie Raworth celebrates with...
United Kingdom
BBC newsreader Sophie Raworth celebrates with her medal after finishing the marathon
Britain Athletics - London Marathon - London - 23/4/17 BBC newsreader Sophie Raworth celebrates with her medal after finishing the marathon Action Images via Reuters / Matthew Childs Livepic
USA/
RTR3EMDQ
March 06, 2013
Members of the Fox NFL Sunday broadcast team appear during a presentation to announce Fox's new sports...
New York, UNITED STATES
Members of the Fox NFL Sunday broadcast team appear during a presentation to announce Fox's new sports...
Members of the Fox NFL Sunday broadcast team appear during a presentation to announce Fox's new sports network "Fox Sports 1" in New York, March 5, 2013. Fox Sports 1 will begin broadcasting in August of 2013. From left to right are James Brown, Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan, Jimmy Johnson and game announcer Try Aikman. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SPORT BUSINESS MEDIA)
GUINEA-BISSAU/
RTR3AN8F
November 20, 2012
A newscaster reads the news during a broadcast of Guinea-Bissau's national television in the capital...
Bissau, Guinea-Bissau
Newscaster reads news during a broadcast of Guinea-Bissau's national television in the capital Bissau...
A newscaster reads the news during a broadcast of Guinea-Bissau's national television in the capital Bissau October 29, 2012. Journalists have long been a target of the military in Guinea-Bissau. Picture taken October 29, 2012. REUTERS/Joe Penney (GUINEA-BISSAU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY MEDIA)

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BRITAIN-BBC/
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July 12, 2012
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon takes off his headphones after delivering the final BBC World Service news...
London, United Kingdom
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon takes off his headphones after delivering the final BBC World Service news...
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon takes off his headphones after delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34VCJ
July 12, 2012
Staff applaud after newsreader Iain Purdon delivers the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC...
London, United Kingdom
Staff applaud after newsreader Iain Purdon delivers the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC...
Staff applaud after newsreader Iain Purdon delivers the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN BBC/
RTR34V8W
July 12, 2012
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin...
London, United Kingdom
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin...
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House is seen in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN BBC/
RTR34V8V
July 12, 2012
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin...
London, United Kingdom
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin...
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House is seen in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
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July 12, 2012
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon leaves his desk after delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin...
London, United Kingdom
BBC newsreader Purdon leaves his desk after delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from...
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon leaves his desk after delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34V69
July 12, 2012
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon reacts while delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC...
London, United Kingdom
BBC newsreader Purdon reacts while delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush...
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon reacts while delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012.At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENTERTAINMENT)
THAILAND-FLOODS/
RTR2TIRM
November 02, 2011
A reporter for Korean television does a report standing in the water near the Sam Wa flood gate which...
Bangkok, Thailand
A reporter for Korean television does a report standing in the water near the Sam Wa flood gate in Bangkok...
A reporter for Korean television does a report standing in the water near the Sam Wa flood gate which local residents damaged to let floodwaters flow out of their area toward the city center in Bangkok November 2, 2011. Authorities in the Thai capital repaired a damaged flood gate on Wednesday that has become the focus of anger, fear and rivalry between arms of government battling the country's worst floods in decades. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER MEDIA)
BINLADEN/
RTR2LWZQ
May 02, 2011
Australian Newsreader Tracy Grimshaw speaks to a camera crew in front of front pages of various newspapers...
New York, UNITED STATES
Australian Newsreader Tracy Grimshaw speaks to a camera crew in front of front pages of various newspapers...
Australian Newsreader Tracy Grimshaw speaks to a camera crew in front of front pages of various newspapers stuck to the wall near the World Trade Center site in New York May 2, 2011. Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in a firefight with U.S. forces in Pakistan on Sunday, ending a nearly 10-year worldwide hunt for the mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: MEDIA CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
QATAR/
RTXXKVZ
February 07, 2011
Announcer Abdul Samad Nasser is seen in the studio of the Arabic Al Jazeera satellite news channel in...
Doha, Qatar
Announcer Abdul Samad Nasser is seen in the studio of the Arabic Al Jazeera satellite news channel in...
Announcer Abdul Samad Nasser is seen in the studio of the Arabic Al Jazeera satellite news channel in Doha February 7, 2011. REUTERS/ Fadi Al-Assaad (QATAR - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
AFGHANISTAN-MEDIA/
RTR2G4VR
July 06, 2010
An Afghan news presenter reads the news at Tolo television studio owned by Saad Mohseni, the country's...
Kabul, Afghanistan
o match INTERVIEW AFGHANISTAN-MEDIA/
An Afghan news presenter reads the news at Tolo television studio owned by Saad Mohseni, the country's biggest media mogul, in Kabul July 6, 2010. Tolo (Dawn) 24 began broadcasting at a vital time in Afghanistan, with new U.S. and NATO forces commander General David Petraeus arriving to take command of the fight against a Taliban at their strongest since their 2001 overthrow. To match INTERVIEW AFGHANISTAN MEDIA/ REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR2BTGD
March 19, 2010
A Palestinian anchor works inside a studio of Al-Aqsa Television in Gaza City March 19, 2010. U.S. Treasury...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian anchor works inside a studio of Al-Aqsa Television in Gaza
A Palestinian anchor works inside a studio of Al-Aqsa Television in Gaza City March 19, 2010. U.S. Treasury on Thursday imposed sanctions against two firms in Gaza Islamic National Bank and Al-Aqsa Television for their ties to Hamas. Mohammed Abu Thraya, deputy director of the Al-Aqsa station called on world media outlets to condemn what he called an assault by Israel and the U.S. against "free media". REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA)
SANMARINO/
RTR26NWT
August 13, 2009
Journalist and newsreader Monica Fabbri poses in the studio of Telegiornale San Marino in San Marino...
San Marino, San Marino
Journalist and newsreader Fabbri poses in studio of Telegiornale San Marino in San Marino
Journalist and newsreader Monica Fabbri poses in the studio of Telegiornale San Marino in San Marino August 12, 2009. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (SAN MARINO MEDIA POLITICS)
SANMARINO/
RTR26NWR
August 13, 2009
Journalist and newsreader Monica Fabbri poses in the studio of Telegiornale San Marino in San Marino...
San Marino, San Marino
Journalist and newsreader Fabbri poses in the studios of Telegiornale San Marino in San Marino
Journalist and newsreader Monica Fabbri poses in the studio of Telegiornale San Marino in San Marino August 12, 2009. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (SAN MARINO MEDIA POLITICS)
OLYMPICS/TELEVISION
RTR20HH0
July 30, 2008
Newscasters rehearse at a studio of the new China Central Television's (CCTV) Olympic Broadcast Center...
Beijing, China
Newscasters rehearse at a studio of the new China Central Television's Olympic Broadcast Center in Beijing...
Newscasters rehearse at a studio of the new China Central Television's (CCTV) Olympic Broadcast Center in Beijing July 30, 2008. Broadcaster CCTV is dedicating 3,000 staff to the Beijing Olympic Games, with over 2,500 hours of programming going out on seven of the 17 channels it controls. CCTV will distribute Beijing Olympics broadcasts to all TV stations across China. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW)
FRANCE-PRESENTER/
RTX6P0W
June 09, 2008
A two-way combo shows file photos of French TV newsreaders, Patrick Poivre d'Arvor (L), from May 2, 2007,...
Paris, France
A two-way combo shows file photos of French TV newsreaders, Patrick Poivre d'Arvor and Laurence Ferrari...
A two-way combo shows file photos of French TV newsreaders, Patrick Poivre d'Arvor (L), from May 2, 2007, and Laurence Ferrari, from May 21, 2008. Patrick Poivre d'Arvor, France's best-known newsreader, is to step down as anchor of the main evening bulletin as TF1, the country's biggest private broadcaster, fights falling ratings, French media reported June 9, 2008. D'Arvor will be replaced by Laurence Ferrari, a newsreader on pay TV station Canal Plus. REUTERS/Charles Platiau and Eric Gaillard/Files (FRANCE)
JAPAN/
RTR1T0S2
August 23, 2007
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" delivers the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007....
Tokyo, Japan
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" delivers the news in Tokyo
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" delivers the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1T0S1
August 23, 2007
Newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" prepare to deliver the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007....
Tokyo, Japan
Newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" prepare to deliver the news in Tokyo
Newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" prepare to deliver the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1T0S0
August 23, 2007
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" delivers the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007....
Tokyo, Japan
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" delivers the news in Tokyo
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" delivers the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1T0RZ
August 23, 2007
Newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" deliver the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme...
Tokyo, Japan
Newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" deliver the news in Tokyo
Newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" deliver the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1T0RX
August 23, 2007
Newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" deliver the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme...
Tokyo, Japan
Newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" deliver the news in Tokyo
Newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" deliver the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1T0RU
August 23, 2007
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" covers herself in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The...
Tokyo, Japan
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" covers herself in Tokyo
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" covers herself in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN NAKED/NEWS
RTR1T0RQ
August 23, 2007
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" delivers the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007....
Tokyo, Japan
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" delivers the news in Tokyo
A topless newsreader for television programme "Naked News" delivers the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN NAKED/NEWS
RTR1T0RN
August 23, 2007
Topless newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" sit in a studio in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The...
Tokyo, Japan
Topless newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" sit in a studio in Tokyo
Topless newsreaders for television programme "Naked News" sit in a studio in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1T0RJ
August 23, 2007
A "Naked News" newsreader delivers the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme features a newsreader...
Tokyo, Japan
A "Naked News" newsreader delivers the news in Tokyo
A "Naked News" newsreader delivers the news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1T0RI
August 23, 2007
A topless anchor woman for television programme "Naked News" covers herself in Tokyo August 22, 2007....
Tokyo, Japan
A topless anchor woman for television programme "Naked News" covers herself in Tokyo
A topless anchor woman for television programme "Naked News" covers herself in Tokyo August 22, 2007. The programme features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTR1T0QR
August 23, 2007
Topless anchor women for television programme "Naked News" reports news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. An...
Tokyo, Japan
Topless anchor women report news during "Naked News" in Tokyo
Topless anchor women for television programme "Naked News" reports news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. An embarrassed Japanese government has cut the 400,000 yen ($3,500) subsidy that had been given to help cover the weekly five-minute programme's production costs, but Paradise TV, the Tokyo TV company that produces the show, said last week it would continue making the striptease news show. The programme, which is broadcast on satellite television, features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers in sign language. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTR1SZXS
August 22, 2007
Topless anchor women for television programme "Naked News" reports news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. An...
Tokyo, Japan
Topless anchor women report news during "Naked News" in Tokyo
Topless anchor women for television programme "Naked News" reports news in Tokyo August 22, 2007. An embarrassed Japanese government has cut the 400,000 yen ($3,500) subsidy that had been given to help cover the weekly five-minute programme's production costs, but Paradise TV, the Tokyo TV company that produces the show, said last week it would continue making the striptease news show. The programme, which is broadcast on satellite television, features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers in sign language. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN-NAKED/
RTR1SZXF
August 22, 2007
A reporter for television programme "Naked News" in underwear waits for her turn in Tokyo August 22,...
Tokyo, Japan
A reporter in underwear prepares for her show called "Naked News" in Tokyo
A reporter for television programme "Naked News" in underwear waits for her turn in Tokyo August 22, 2007. An embarrassed Japanese government has cut the 400,000 yen ($3,500) subsidy that had been given to help cover the weekly five-minute programme's production costs, but Paradise TV, the Tokyo TV company that produces the show, said last week it would continue making the striptease news show. The programme, which is broadcast on satellite television, features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers in sign language. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN NAKED/
RTR1SZX2
August 22, 2007
Topless anchor women for television programme "Naked News" watch a monitor airing "Naked Sign Language...
Tokyo, Japan
Topless anchor women watch monitor showing 'Naked Sign Language News' in Tokyo
Topless anchor women for television programme "Naked News" watch a monitor airing "Naked Sign Language News," which features a newsreader who removes her clothes between news items that she delivers in sign language in Tokyo August 22, 2007. An embarrassed Japanese government has cut the subsidy totalling 400,000 yen ($3,500) to help cover production of the weekly five-minute program on satellite TV, but a Tokyo TV company, Paradise Television, said last week that it would carry on making the striptease news show. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1SU6F
August 16, 2007
Newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky arrives with unidentified man at the UK premiere of "Bourne Ultimatum"...
London, United Kingdom
Newsreader Kaplinsky arrives with unidentified man at the UK premiere of "Bourne Ultimatum" in Leicester...
Newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky arrives with unidentified man at the UK premiere of "Bourne Ultimatum" in Leicester Square in London August 15, 2007. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1SM6F
August 08, 2007
TV newsreader Natalie Barr arrives at the premiere of The Bourne Ultimatum at the State Theatre in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
TV newsreader Barr arrives at the premiere of The Bourne Ultimatum at the State Theatre
TV newsreader Natalie Barr arrives at the premiere of The Bourne Ultimatum at the State Theatre in Sydney August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Patrick Riviere (AUSTRALIA)
BRITAIN-DIANA/
RTR1RDQR
July 02, 2007
Britain's Prince Harry (L) poses with newsreader Natasha Kaplinski at a backstage party after the Concert...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry poses with newsreader Natasha Kaplinski after the Concert for Diana at Wembley...
Britain's Prince Harry (L) poses with newsreader Natasha Kaplinski at a backstage party after the Concert for Diana at Wembley Stadium in London, July 1, 2007. An international lineup of pop stars paid tribute to Princess Diana on Sunday at a memorial concert watched by her sons Princes William and Harry and a crowd of 60,000 at London's Wembley Stadium. Picture taken July 1, 2007. REUTERS/Carl de Souza/Pool (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-DIANA/
RTR1RDQQ
July 02, 2007
Britain's Prince Harry (L) poses with newsreader Natasha Kaplinski at a backstage party after the Concert...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry poses with newsreader Natasha Kaplinski after the Concert for Diana at Wembley...
Britain's Prince Harry (L) poses with newsreader Natasha Kaplinski at a backstage party after the Concert for Diana at Wembley Stadium in London, July 1, 2007. An international lineup of pop stars paid tribute to Princess Diana on Sunday at a memorial concert watched by her sons Princes William and Harry and a crowd of 60,000 at London's Wembley Stadium. Picture taken July 1, 2007. REUTERS/Carl de Souza/Pool (BRITAIN)
KOREA NORTH
RTR1F8EM
July 06, 2006
A video grab shows a newsreader for North Korean official KRT state television reporting on July 6, 2006,...
Pyongyang, South Korea
Video grab shows newsreader for North Korean official KRT state television reporting on statement from...
A video grab shows a newsreader for North Korean official KRT state television reporting on July 6, 2006, a statement from the foreign ministry that North Korea had launched several missiles. A defiant North Korea acknowledged for the first time on Thursday that it had launched several missiles, vowed to carry out more tests and threatened to use force if the international community tried to stop it. REUTERS/KRT via Reuters TV (KOREA)
BRITAIN
RTRGS37
April 04, 2004
British newsreader Carol Barnes (L) speaks with an unidentified woman as she arrives for the memorial...
Brighton, United Kingdom of Great Britain
NEWSREADER CAROL BARNES ATTENDS THE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR HER DAUGHTER CLARE IN BRIGHTON.
British newsreader Carol Barnes (L) speaks with an unidentified woman as she arrives for the memorial service of her daughter Clare at Brighton's Grand Hotel, April 4, 2004. Clare, whose father is Britain's Minister for Europe Denis MacShane, was killed in a skydiving accident in Australia. REUTERS/Matthew Fearn/POOL JD/MD
BRITAIN
RTRGS2A
March 14, 2004
Britain's Minister for Europe, Denis MacShane (L) and British newsreader Carol Barnes arrive for the...
Brighton, United Kingdom of Great Britain
NEWSREADER BARNES AND EX-HUSBAND MACSHANE ATTEND THE MEMORIAL SERVICE OF THEIR DAUGHTER CLARE IN BRIGHTON....
Britain's Minister for Europe, Denis MacShane (L) and British newsreader Carol Barnes arrive for the memorial service for their daughter Clare at Brighton's Grand Hotel, April 4, 2004. Clare was killed in a skydiving accident in Australia, March 14, 2004. REUTERS/PA/POOL JD/THI
PHILIPPINES
RTRCBZR
February 10, 2004
PHILIPPINE'S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CANDIDATE, FERNANDO POE JR AND RUNNING-MATE LOREN LEGARDA, WAVE TO...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE'S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CANDIDATE, FERNANDO POE JR AND RUNNING-MATE LOREN LEGARDA, ...
PHILIPPINE'S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CANDIDATE, FERNANDO POE JR AND RUNNING-MATE LOREN LEGARDA, WAVE TO SUPPORTERS DURING A RALLY IN MANILA. Philippine's movie action hero Fernando Poe Jr., the front runner in the May presidential election, and his running-mate Loren Legarda, a telegenic newsreader-turned senator, wave to supporters during a proclamation rally in Manila on February 10, 2004. Philippine politicians burst onto the campaign trail on Tuesday, keeping the issues to a minimum as they turned up the theatrics and rhetoric full blast. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
LIFE INDIA NEWSREADER
RTR1NEL
August 14, 2003
Indian police and colleagues accompany Indian newsreader Bhaskar Vohra
(C) after he came down from a...
New Delhi, Republic of India
INDIAN POLICE AND COLLEAGUES ACCOMPANY NEWSREADER BHASKAR VOHRA IN NEW
DELHI.
Indian police and colleagues accompany Indian newsreader Bhaskar Vohra
(C) after he came down from a television tower in New Delhi August 14,
2003. A newsreader for India's state-run radio climbed a 100 metre (300
feet) television tower in the capital on Thursday and threatened to
immolate himself if casual workers were denied a wage rise. Hundreds of
people gathered around the tower in the heart of New Delhi to watch
Bhaskar Vohra pacing up and down on top of the tower. "I am not a
terrorist, I am a translator cum newsreader," the man said in a
two-page statement hurled down the tower. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

KK/CP
ROYALS
RTXKXC6
November 28, 2001
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II visits the news studios of Independent Television News in London with newsreader...
London, UK
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II visits the news studios of Independent Television News in London with n.....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II visits the news studios of Independent Television News in London with newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald (L) November 28, 2001. The Queen and [The Duke of Edinburgh] spent the day visiting broadcast facilities throughout London.
ROYALS
RTXKXC4
November 28, 2001
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is seen before a green-screen background, demonstrated by newsreader Dermot...
London, UK
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is seen before a green-screen background, demonstrated by newsreader De.....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is seen before a green-screen background, demonstrated by newsreader Dermot Murnaghan (seated) as she visits the news studios of Independent Television News in London November 28, 2001. The Queen and [The Duke of Edinburgh] spent the day visiting broadcast facilities throughout London.
ROYALS
RTXKXBZ
November 28, 2001
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II meets with newsreaders Sir Trevor McDonald (L) and John Suchet as she visits...
London, UK
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II meets with newsreaders Sir Trevor McDonald (L) and John Suchet as she .....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II meets with newsreaders Sir Trevor McDonald (L) and John Suchet as she visits the news studios of Independent Television News in London November 28, 2001. The Queen and [The Duke of Edinburgh] spent the day visiting broadcast facilities throughout London.
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTRPWJ7
November 28, 2001
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II meets with newsreaders Sir Trevor McDonald
(L) and John Suchet as she visits...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH VISITS INDEPENDENT TELEVISION NEWS STUDIOS IN
LONDON.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II meets with newsreaders Sir Trevor McDonald
(L) and John Suchet as she visits the news studios of Independent
Television News in London November 28, 2001. The Queen and The Duke of
Edinburgh spent the day visiting broadcast facilities throughout
London. REUTERS/Ian Waldie

IW/PS
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTRPWIP
November 28, 2001
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is seen before a green-screen background,
demonstrated by newsreader Dermot...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH VISITS INDEPENDENT TELEVISION NEWS STUDIOS IN
LONDON.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is seen before a green-screen background,
demonstrated by newsreader Dermot Murnaghan (seated) as she visits the
news studios of Independent Television News in London November 28,
2001. The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh spent the day visiting
broadcast facilities throughout London. REUTERS/Ian Waldie

IW/PS/AA
BRITAIN QUEEN
RTRPWIJ
November 28, 2001
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II visits the news studios of Independent
Television News in London with newsreader...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH VISITS INDEPENDENT TELEVISION NEWS STUDIOS IN
LONDON.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II visits the news studios of Independent
Television News in London with newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald (L)
November 28, 2001. The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh spent the day
visiting broadcast facilities throughout London. REUTERS/Ian Waldie

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AFGHANISTAN
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November 18, 2001
Mariam Shakebar, a 16-year-old Afghan girl, welcomes back Kabul's
viewers after a five-year blackout...
Kabul, Afghanistan
MARIAM SHAKEBAR WELCOMES BACK KABUL'S TV VIEWERS.
Mariam Shakebar, a 16-year-old Afghan girl, welcomes back Kabul's
viewers after a five-year blackout ordered by the Taliban, November 18,
2001. Shakebar welcomed back the capital's viewers and outlined the
evening's entertainment of a reading from the Koran followed by music,
cartoons, interviews and news in Dari and pashto. REUTERS/Shamil
Zhumatov

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McDONALD
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January 22, 2001
ITN newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald poses for photographers as he sits on the news desk in the ITN studios...
London, UK
ITN newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald poses for photographers as he sits on the news desk in the ITN st.....
ITN newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald poses for photographers as he sits on the news desk in the ITN studios January 22, 2001. McDondald will be reading the ITN News when it returns to its ten o'clock time slot on Monday.
BRITAIN
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January 22, 2001
ITN newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald poses for photographers as he sits on the news desk in the ITN studios...
London, UK
SIR TREVOR MCDONALD POSES FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS ON THE ITN STUDIO.
ITN newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald poses for photographers as he sits on the news desk in the ITN studios January 22, 2001. McDondald will be reading the ITN News when it returns to its ten o'clock time slot on Monday.

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BRITAIN
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July 20, 2000
FILE PHOTO 1MAR99 - Independent Television News (ITN) newsreader Trevor McDonald sits in the company's...
London, UK
ITN NEWS PRESENTER TREVOR MCDONALD ON THE SET OF THE NIGHT NEWS.
FILE PHOTO 1MAR99 - Independent Television News (ITN) newsreader Trevor McDonald sits in the company's new set in this file photo. The Independent Television watchdog stated July 20 that it would take legal measures to force ITN to bring forwad the time of their nightly news bulletin from its 11.00pm slot.

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BRITAIN
RTRSU65
November 30, 1999
Veteran newsreader Trevor McDonald smiles for the camera after receiving his Knighthood from the Prince...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
TREVOR MCDONALD IS AWARDED KNIGHTHOOD AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE.
Veteran newsreader Trevor McDonald smiles for the camera after receiving his Knighthood from the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace in London, November 30.

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BRITAIN
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March 01, 1999
Independent Television News (ITN) newsreader Trevor McDonald unveils the company's new set March 1. This...
London, UK
ITN NEWS PRESENTER TREVOR MCDONALD UNVEILS NEW SET.
Independent Television News (ITN) newsreader Trevor McDonald unveils the company's new set March 1. This Friday sees the last ever News At Ten bulletin with McDonald in future presenting an early evening broadcast at 6.30pm and colleague Demot Murnaghan a later programme at 11.00pm.

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BRITAIN
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March 01, 1999
Newsreaders for Independent Television News (ITN) Trevor McDonald (R) and Dermot Murnaghan unveil the...
London, UK
ITN NEWS PRESENTERS TREVOR MCDONALD AND DERMOT MURNAGHAN.
Newsreaders for Independent Television News (ITN) Trevor McDonald (R) and Dermot Murnaghan unveil the new set March 1. This Friday sees the last ever News At Ten bulletin with McDonald in future presenting an early evening broadcast at 6.30pm and Murnaghan a later programme at 11.00pm.

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TURKEY
RTXHILE
May 13, 1997
Turkish media members led by Turkish Journalists Association President Nail Gureli (black suit), march...
Turkish media members led by Turkish Journalists Association President Nail Gureli (black suit), mar.....
Turkish media members led by Turkish Journalists Association President Nail Gureli (black suit), march towards the government building, May 13 to protest the latest attacks on the media. More than 200 editors, columnists, newsreaders and reporters delivered a petition to the government, urging action against recent attacks on the media which they say were incited by the government.
TURKEY
RTXHILD
May 13, 1997
Riot policemen look on Editor-in-Chief Ertugrul Ozkok, whose newspaper Hurriyet Daily's headquarters...
Riot policemen look on Editor-in-Chief Ertugrul Ozkok, whose newspaper Hurriyet Daily's headquarters.....
Riot policemen look on Editor-in-Chief Ertugrul Ozkok, whose newspaper Hurriyet Daily's headquarters was attacked by a lone gunman May 12, makes his way back from the Istanbul Governor office in Istanbul's busy district May 13 after Turkish media members marched to protest the latest attacks on Turkish media. More than 200 editors, columnists, newsreaders and reporters delivered a petition to Istanbul governor urging action against recent attacks on the media which they say were incited by the government.
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May 13, 1997
Turkish media members facing riot policemen in full riot gear as they march towards the governorate building...
Turkey
MARCHING JOURNALISTS FACE RIOT POLICE IN ISTANBUL
Turkish media members facing riot policemen in full riot gear as they march towards the governorate building through Istanbul's business district May 13 to protest the latest attacks on Turkish media. In the background is St. Sophia museum, a former mosque converted from a Byzantine church. More than 200 editors, columnists, newsreaders and reporters delivered a petition to Istanbul governor urging action against recent attacks on the media which they say were incited by the government.

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