I've been watching some morning shows like Good Morning America, Today and This Morning (USA) and noticed that none of them have crew ending credits, just opening credits with the anchors and daily guests. Is there a reason for that? Is it because they are considered a newscast and thereby they do not follow guilds' guidelines such as WGA and DGA?
An article on NewscastStudio.com, Networks celebrate the holidays by paying tribute to their teams, gives a brief explanation about end-credits:
Some newscasts, stations and networks opt to run full credits New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day.
Other newscasts will run full credits throughout the year either as time allows or on a predetermined frequency, such as once a week, though these are obviously without the holiday theme.