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Last Update: Sunday July 25, 2021

Broadcast grid for the 3rd Hour of the Day

Web Resources for Time Zone #3:

1.  Detailed information page  General Map

2.  Calculations for the amount of broadcast time per day for each country  --  five key factors dynamically weighted:

  •   Number of active countries within time zone  50%
  •   Total minutes of  minutes provided   20-30%
  •   Population of the country or region  10-20%
  •   Web activity from that country or region.  10-20%
  •   Vetting of the content by web users.  10-20%


The one-hour time slot: 1800 to 1900

Currently there are seven general production modalities:

1.  Advertisements: 10, 15, 20, 30 seconds

2.  Newscast Breaking:  30-60 seconds

3.  Introductions:  1-2 minutes
4.  Review and the Focus (leading pieces):  3-5 minutes
5.  Leading Pieces - Short Profile:  10-12 minutes
6.  Leading Pieces -  Docudrama: 26 minutes

7.  Leading Piece - Docudrama 55 minutes

The one-hour time slot: 1800 to 1900

1800-1801:  Intro, Music, Collaboration preparation

1802-1803:   Yakutsk Oblast  Intro 

1803-1808:  Sakha  review and  leading pieces

1808-1809:  Buryati intro

1809-1814:  Ulan-Ude review and leading pieces

1814-1815:  North Korea Intro

1815-1820:  Pyongyang review and leading pieces

1820-1821:  South Korea: Intro

1821-1826:  Seoul review and leading pieces

1826 -1827: Japan: Intro

1827-1832    Tokyo  review and leading pieces

1832-1833   Indonesia Intro

1833-1838   Jakarta .review and leading pieces

1838-1839   Timor-Lestef intro

1839-1844   Dili .review and leading pieces

1844-1845   Australia intro

1845-1850  Darwin  Adelaide review and leading pieces

1850-1859  Leading Piece #1 in prime time

1859-1900   Advertising, trailers, etc.