News, interviews, and other television programs, all originally intended for broadcast television.
Interviews are a particular kind of news production, where the structure is in the format of a question and answer or a formal organized conversation between interviewer (a reporter, news anchor, or host) and interviewee (a newsmaker, such as a celebrity or politician).
These promotional pieces for products, services, and other businesses were originally intended for broadcast television. Also included are raw footage and outtakes that made up part of the production process.
News programming broadcast on television contains information on current events, often reported immediately after or during an event. Televised news took over as the primary source of moving image current events information, driving out the newsreel format in the 1960s. Also included in this category is raw and unused footage that made up part of the production process.
These scripted or unscripted productions were usually intended for entertainment purposes, with secondary educational or informational roles.