English version

news bulletin in Television & radio topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnews bulletinˈnews ˌbulletin noun [countable]  1 British EnglishAMTNEWS a short news programme on radio or television, reporting only the most important information2 American EnglishAMTNEWS a very short news programme on radio or television, broadcast suddenly in the middle of another programme when something very important has happened syn newsflash British English
Examples from the Corpus
news bulletinBriefing groups have been established at many locations and a news bulletin is circulated throughout the Company's businesses.When a news bulletin informed him of the crash of ValuJet Flight 592, he realized that call would never come.The 8 p.m. news bulletin each evening gave prominence to presidential and governmental words and deeds.Restrict yourself to one news bulletin a day, or avoid the news and newspapers altogether.Instead, she crouched over the radio, listening, like all the others, as the news bulletin began.