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NBC Television Newsreel/Camel Newsreel Theater
Camel/Plymouth News Caravan
The Huntley-Brinkley Report
The first Huntley-Brinkley Report was aired on October 29, 1956 and the last was aired on July 31, 1970.
NBC Nightly News
On August 1, 1970 the first NBC Nightly News was aired.
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1983–1984 (with Tom Brokaw)
1984–1985 (with Tom Brokaw)
1985–1988 (with Tom Brokaw)
1988–1990 (with Tom Brokaw)
1990–1992 (with Tom Brokaw)
1992–1994 (with Tom Brokaw)
1994–1999 (with Tom Brokaw)
1999–2004 (with Tom Brokaw)
Note the Peacock in this logo is gold.
2004 (with Tom Brokaw)
2004–2006 (with Brian Williams)
When Brian Williams succeeded Tom Brokaw as NBC Nightly News anchor in late 2004, the Peacock is changed to the standard color palette.
2006-2007 (with Brian Williams)
This tweaked version of logo (note the Peacock) was used for about a year after Nightly News began broadcasting in high definition.
2007–2015 (with Brian Williams)
2015–2016 (with Lester Holt)
During the announcement that Lester Holt would permanently become the main anchor for NBC Nightly News starting in June 2015, the logo has changed.
2016–present (with Lester Holt)
The program introduced a new logo and intro on October 10, 2016. On October 16, 2017</ref></ref>, the intro has been shortened; the camera no longer zooms into a building, but rather shows the logo over a sphere, before cutting directly to the beginning of the program. Also, in November of 2020, NBC changed the open to no longer show the horizontal logo and include the vertical logo while also scrapping the computer generated model of 30 Rockefeller Plaza and include a background of a map made of light blue dots.
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