MH370 Search Intensifies as Search Crews Detect Two Pings

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It’s been over a month since the Beijing-bound Malaysian jetliner vanished after taking off from Kuala Lumpur, with 239 people on board. The search continues, with growing concerns that the batteries, powering flight MH370’s black boxes, will soon run out.

At a press briefing, the head of the Joint Agency Coordination Center (JACC), Angus Houston has revealed what he called “very encouraging information” about the search mission: two signals have been detected that may come from the black box of the missing Malaysian plane. CCTV’s Tony Cheng reports from Perth.

In MH370 Search, Ocean Shield Vessel Detects 2 Possible Black Box Signals

In MH370 Search, Ocean Shield Vessel Detects 2 Possible Black Box Signals

It's been over a month since the Beijing-bound Malaysian jetliner vanished after taking off from Kuala Lumpur, with 239 people on board. The search continues, with growing concerns that the batteries, powering flight MH370's black boxes, will soon run out. At a press briefing, the head of the Joint Agency Coordination Center (JACC), Angus Houston has revealed what he called "very encouraging information" about the search mission. CCTV's Tony Cheng reports from Perth.

Meanwhile, Malaysian authorities have called a meeting in light of the developments off the Australian coast. CCTV’s Rian Maelzer reports on their reaction to the latest findings.

Malaysian Officials Awaiting Verification of Pings

Malaysian Officials Awaiting Verification of Pings

Meanwhile, Malaysian authorities have called a meeting in light of the developments off the Australian coast. CCTV's Rian Maelzer reports on their reaction to the latest findings.

With the two signals or “pings” detected in the Indian Ocean — regarded as the most promising leads so far — what are the next steps in the Malaysia Airlines MH370 investigation? Anchor Mike Walter is joined by James Hall, an expert on transportation safety and a former chairman of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).

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Former NTSB Chairman James Hall on Next Steps in MH370 Investigation

Former NTSB Chairman James Hall on Next Steps in MH370 Investigation

With the two signals or "pings" detected in the Indian Ocean -- that have been called the most promising leads so far -- what are the next steps in the Malaysia Airlines MH370 investigation? Anchor Mike Walter is joined by James Hall, an expert on transportation safety and a former chairman of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board.

Anchor Phillip Yin is joined by Michael Planey, an airline technology consultant from H&M Planey, to discuss the technology being used to find Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

How Can a Plane be Lost for So Long?

How Can a Plane be Lost for So Long?

CCTV is joined by Michael Planey, an airline technology consultant from HM Planey Consultants to discuss the missing Malaysia Flight 370.