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'''''Sinnoh Now''''' (Japanese: '''シンオウ・ナウ''' ''Sinnoh Now'') is a television program broadcast by [[Jubilife TV]]. It bills itself as ''your portal to what's hip and happening in Sinnoh!''
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'''''Sinnoh Now''''' (Japanese: '''シンオウ・ナウ''' ''Sinnoh Now'') is a [[television]] program broadcast by [[Jubilife TV]]. It bills itself as a ''"portal to what's hip and happening in Sinnoh!"''.
   
 
==In the games==
 
==In the games==
The {{player}} can sometimes watch ''Sinnoh Now'' on the [[television]]s in {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}}.
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The {{player}} can sometimes watch ''Sinnoh Now'' on the televisions in {{game2|Diamond|Pearl|Platinum}}. ''Sinnoh Now'' can also tell the player about what their friends have done if they mix records.
''Sinnoh Now'' can also tell the player about what their friends have done if they mix records.
 
   
 
==In the anime==
 
==In the anime==
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[[File:Sinnoh Now crew.png|thumb|250px|The ''Sinnoh Now'' crew]]
[[File:Sinnoh Now crew.png|thumb|left|Sinnoh Now crew]]
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In the [[Pokémon anime]], ''Sinnoh Now'' is a {{wp|news program}} and a {{wp|variety show}}. According to {{an|Dawn}}, it is the most popular television show in the [[Sinnoh]] [[region]].
[[File:Sinnoh Now anime.png|thumb|right|Title screen from ''[[DP033|All Dressed Up with Somewhere to Go]]'']]
 
''Sinnoh Now'' in the {{pkmn|anime}} is hosted by {{Si|Rhonda}}, and is a news/variety program. Rhonda and the ''Sinnoh Now'' staff have appeared in ''[[DP029|The Champ Twins!]]'', ''[[DP033|All Dressed Up with Somewhere to Go]]'', ''[[DP036|A Secret Sphere of Influence!]]'', ''[[DP040|Top-Down Training!]]'', ''[[DP044|Mass Hip-Po-Sis!]]'', ''[[DP075|Our Cup Runneth Over!]]'', ''[[DP096|Losing Its Lustrous]]'', ''[[DP118|Pursuing a Lofty Goal!]]'', ''[[DP135|Beating the Bustle and Hustle!]]'', and ''[[DP174|Last Call - First Round!]].
 
   
In ''[[DP154|Mastering Current Events]]'', {{an|Dawn}} mentioned that they did a news story on the Air Battle Master, [[McCann]].
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The ''Sinnoh Now'' crew first appeared in ''[[DP029|The Champ Twins!]]'', where they were seen doing a story on a Pokémon Training Camp, focusing on [[Ryan and Bryan|two of the campers]] and their ability to test the strength of any {{pkmn|Trainer}} they challenge.
   
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They appeared again in ''[[DP033|All Dressed Up With Somewhere To Go!]]'', where they aired the [[Pokémon Dress-Up Contest]], an annual event organized by the members of the [[Pokémon Fan Club]].
   
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Their next appearance was in ''[[DP036|A Secret Sphere of Influence!]]'', where they were briefly seen outside the [[Eterna Historical Museum]]. They were in [[Eterna City]] to report the theft of the {{DL|Timespace orbs|Adamant Orb}}, which was later retrieved thanks to [[Gardenia]] and [[Officer Jenny]].
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They appeared again in ''[[DP040|Top-Down Training!]]'' to announce the recent discovery of the {{DL|Timespace orbs|Lustrous Orb}}, which was found at the ancient ruins in [[Celestic Town]] giving scientists hope to learn more about the [[Sinnoh myths|legends of Sinnoh]].
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In ''[[DP044|Mass Hip-Po-Sis!]]'', they were filming a documentary about {{p|Hippopotas}} and their migration when one of the Hippopotas got separated from its herd and they decided filming it alone would be a better story. They encountered {{Ash}}, {{an|Dawn}}, and {{an|Brock}} during filming and informed them the whereabouts of the herd. When {{ashfr|the group}} revealed that they would help Hippopotas to find its herd, the crew started following them. However, after {{si|Jack}} was hit by Hippopotas's {{m|Yawn}} and fell asleep, they ended up getting separated from Ash and his friends. For this reason, they lost their chance of filming Hippopotas reuniting with its herd.
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In ''[[DP075|Our Cup Runneth Over!]]'', it was announced on ''Sinnoh Now'' that [[Wallace]] had arrived in the Sinnoh region to host the [[Wallace Cup]]. When the crew discovered that Wallace took a day off to relax and have some quality time with his {{p|Milotic}}, they decided to go looking for him so they could record a video of him during his free time. When they found him, they hid in the bushes to secretly film him. However, the camera they were using had run out of batteries and they could not cover the story.
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They made their next appearance in ''[[DP118|Pursuing a Lofty Goal!]]'', where they were seen covering the [[PokéRinger]] competition that was being held in [[Squallville]].
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In ''[[DP096|Losing Its Lustrous!]]'', it was reported on ''Sinnoh Now'' that the Adamant Orb had been stolen. It was revealed that at the time of the theft the Adamant Orb was in the process of being transported from the [[Eterna Historical Museum|Eterna City Museum]], and heading to the [[Celestic Town Historical Research Center]].
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The crew later appeared in ''[[DP135|Beating the Bustle and Hustle!]]'' to cover the auditions for the [[Sinnoh Pokémon Hustle]] that were being held near [[Lake Acuity]], not realizing it was actually a {{TRT}} scheme to steal all the participants' Pokémon.
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In ''[[DP154|Mastering Current Events!]]'', Dawn mentioned that they did a news story on the Air Battle Master, [[McCann]].
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They reappeared in ''[[DP174|Last Call — First Round!]]'' to cover the meet-and-greet to kick off the [[Sinnoh Grand Festival]], during which Rhonda interviewed several {{pkmn|Coordinator}}s, including [[Nando]], [[Jessie|Jessilina]], and Dawn.
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===Staff===
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* {{si|Rhonda}} - {{wp|Television presenter|Host}}
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* {{si|Jack}} - {{wp|Boom operator (media)|Boomer}}
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* Unnamed {{wp|Camera operator|cameraman}}
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* Unnamed {{wp|Production assistant|assistant}}
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===Logo===
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<gallery>
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File:Sinnoh Now Japanese logo.png|Japanese logo
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File:Sinnoh Now English logo.png|English logo
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</gallery>
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==In other languages==
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{{langtable|color={{sinnoh color light}}|bordercolor={{sinnoh color dark}}
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|de=Sinnoh heute
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|es=Hoy en Sinnoh
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|it=Voce di Sinnoh
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|pl=Teraz Sinnoh
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|zh_cmn=神奥NOW
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}}<br>
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[[Category:Pokémon world media]]
 
[[Category:Pokémon world media]]
   

Revision as of 03:26, 3 January 2016

Sinnoh Now (Japanese: シンオウ・ナウ Sinnoh Now) is a television program broadcast by Jubilife TV. It bills itself as a "portal to what's hip and happening in Sinnoh!".

In the games

The player can sometimes watch Sinnoh Now on the televisions in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum. Sinnoh Now can also tell the player about what their friends have done if they mix records.

In the anime

The Sinnoh Now crew

In the Pokémon anime, Sinnoh Now is a news program and a variety show. According to Dawn, it is the most popular television show in the Sinnoh region.

The Sinnoh Now crew first appeared in The Champ Twins!, where they were seen doing a story on a Pokémon Training Camp, focusing on two of the campers and their ability to test the strength of any Trainer they challenge.

They appeared again in All Dressed Up With Somewhere To Go!, where they aired the Pokémon Dress-Up Contest, an annual event organized by the members of the Pokémon Fan Club.

Their next appearance was in A Secret Sphere of Influence!, where they were briefly seen outside the Eterna Historical Museum. They were in Eterna City to report the theft of the Adamant Orb, which was later retrieved thanks to Gardenia and Officer Jenny.

They appeared again in Top-Down Training! to announce the recent discovery of the Lustrous Orb, which was found at the ancient ruins in Celestic Town giving scientists hope to learn more about the legends of Sinnoh.

In Mass Hip-Po-Sis!, they were filming a documentary about Hippopotas and their migration when one of the Hippopotas got separated from its herd and they decided filming it alone would be a better story. They encountered Ash, Dawn, and Brock during filming and informed them the whereabouts of the herd. When the group revealed that they would help Hippopotas to find its herd, the crew started following them. However, after Jack was hit by Hippopotas's Yawn and fell asleep, they ended up getting separated from Ash and his friends. For this reason, they lost their chance of filming Hippopotas reuniting with its herd.

In Our Cup Runneth Over!, it was announced on Sinnoh Now that Wallace had arrived in the Sinnoh region to host the Wallace Cup. When the crew discovered that Wallace took a day off to relax and have some quality time with his Milotic, they decided to go looking for him so they could record a video of him during his free time. When they found him, they hid in the bushes to secretly film him. However, the camera they were using had run out of batteries and they could not cover the story.

They made their next appearance in Pursuing a Lofty Goal!, where they were seen covering the PokéRinger competition that was being held in Squallville.

In Losing Its Lustrous!, it was reported on Sinnoh Now that the Adamant Orb had been stolen. It was revealed that at the time of the theft the Adamant Orb was in the process of being transported from the Eterna City Museum, and heading to the Celestic Town Historical Research Center.

The crew later appeared in Beating the Bustle and Hustle! to cover the auditions for the Sinnoh Pokémon Hustle that were being held near Lake Acuity, not realizing it was actually a Team Rocket scheme to steal all the participants' Pokémon.

In Mastering Current Events!, Dawn mentioned that they did a news story on the Air Battle Master, McCann.

They reappeared in Last Call — First Round! to cover the meet-and-greet to kick off the Sinnoh Grand Festival, during which Rhonda interviewed several Coordinators, including Nando, Jessilina, and Dawn.

Staff

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 神奥NOW
Germany Flag.png German Sinnoh heute
Italy Flag.png Italian Voce di Sinnoh
Poland Flag.png Polish Teraz Sinnoh
Spain Flag.png Spanish Hoy en Sinnoh


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