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It is in fact "Total Run Time" as defined by numerous internet sources. Foreign correspondent Alasdair Baverstock has a direct link to the definition. In your example of "TRT 6:31", it is specific to the start of the end credits, and is a 'bookmark' for broadcasters to begin 'Picture-in-picture', whether to show station identification, ...


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Oddly enough, it was David Hollander who was the real-life editor of the Harvard Crimson at the time. I only have this from a fan wiki but there was such a person After some filming was accomplished in and around Harvard (including sequences featuring David Hollander, real-life editor of the Harvard Crimson at the time, as himself), the higher-ups at the ...


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