NNN Extra Broadcast(NNN臨時放送, NNN Rinji Hōsō) is a Japanese screamer and also a japanese urban legend. The video was uploaded by the user DarkYKnighT on Youtube, and it has 1 million views. There are several versions of this video on Youtube too.
The video begins with the classic "no signal" screen and next, an image of a place appears suddenly, along with a text saying "NNN臨時放送"(it means "NNN Extra Broadcast"). Then, a list showing the name and the age of some persons appears in the screen. When the list ends, an image of a child appears after 2 minutes, but without any scream. The credits begin to appear and when it ends, a message saying: "These will be the tomorrow victims"(明日の犠牲者はこの方です) appears.
A picture of Jeff the Killer also shows in 4 minutes, together with the image of the child appearing again. There is no scream at all.
The Urban legend
NNN Extra Broadcast is also a japanese urban legend. It says that "a mysterious video flows after the end of each late-night transmission". In the end of some nocturnal transmissions, suddenly a list with the name of some persons begins to roll like a staffroll, together with a dark atmosphere and a classic creepy music, and finally the message "These will be the tomorrow victims. Good night."(明日の犠牲者はこの方々です、おやすみなさい) is shown in the screen.
There are three versions of this urban legend: the first is that when you are watching TV at night, a mysterious video suddenly appears and shows the name of some persons, and you can't switch the channel. The second is that your name appears at the end of the list, and you may die tomorrow because of that. The third version says that you can hear a monotone voice repeating the name of each person that are in the list, and then, an image of an eye suddenly appears watching you, it will still for 5 minutes.
The urban legend become pretty famous on 2ch, and people started to spread rumors and more versions about it. It was also referenced in the famous light novel/manga Shuuen no Shiori(and the legend was also referenced in some of its music videos, like this one).
NOTE: The first link contains a screamer.
- dic.pixiv.net/a/NNN臨時放送 — More information about the video and the urban legend.