Capitalization and punctuation:  Capitalize the first word of the series and part titles and any proper noun.  For English language newsreels, do not confuse the name of the corporate body that produced the newsreel with the newsreel title.  The newsreel title is followed by a period and a space.  The numeric designation is followed by a comma and a space only if it precedes a part title.

Treat the numeric designation, such as a volume number and an issue number, as part of the title proper following the newsreel title.  If both a numeric designation and a part title are found, the numeric designation precedes the part title.  If no numeric designation can be found, use the part title.

When structuring titles for numbered newsreels, use the predominant term found on the preferred source or other sources.  If the number alone is found, include the term "No." in enclosed brackets preceding the number.

245 00 $a Pathé news. $n No. 21.

245 00 $a News of the day. $n Vol. 37, no. 284.

245 04 $a The march of time. $p Atomic power.

245 04 $a The march of time. $n Vol. 14, no. 13, $p White-collar girls.

245 00 $a Pathé review. $n No. 13, $p With the Putnam Expedition to Greenland.

245 00 $a International newsreel. $n Vol. 1, issue 53 / $c International Film Service.

245 00 $a British Canadian Pathé news. $n [No.] 83A / $c British Canadian Pathé News ; L.E. Ouimet presents.

(Note that in the statement of responsibility the word "news" is capitalized, but in the title it is not.)

For structuring titles for newsreel excerpts, see 1F1.1 and 1F2.1.

See also:

1B1.  Title proper of television series, theatrical serials, newsreels, and non-television educational and technical series intended to be viewed consecutively

1B.  Title proper

1.  Title and Statement of Responsibility Area