"Eyewitness News", "Action News", "NewsChannel 5". What's in a name? Local television stations brand their news programs with various titles. This website strives to list all known local newscast branding ever used.

By clicking on the links at right, you'll find lists of what television stations (and local cable operations) across the United States and Canada are branding their local news programs.

Newscast brandings (in all CAPS) are listed by state, then, by ascending channel (i.e. VHF channels 2-to-13, UHF channels 14-to-69, etc.). Digital channel assignments, unless otherwise indicated, are listed by PSIP virtual-channel assignments (i.e. 2.1, 2.2, etc), rather than their actual RF frequencies. (In a handful of cases, some stations are branding and mapping to their actual RF channel, thus it will be reflected in the list.)

Network affiliation, city of license and/or origin, station ownership, and other information is provided for each listing.

To see what TV stations used to brand their news programs, the "Old TV Newscast Titles" page provides some information. You'll see "The Big News" and "Instant News" among other defunct branding.

Updates? Corrections? Comments?