The news reporter made appearances in GI Joe, Jem and the Holograms, and most notably in Inhumanoids. Transformers had a reporter matching his description, though he wasn't named. By showing up in all these cartoons, it conceivably connects all four shows in one universe. Obviously there are a lot of things keeping them from taking place on the same planet, but still it's pretty cool to figure out how some shows could share a world. So I'm looking at a few other odd connections that could be made between completely different cartoons.
1. He-Man and the Masters of the Universe/She-Ra and Starcom - Queen Marlena was in the US Space Force.
Prince Adam and Princess Adora's mother, Queen Marlena is shown through the series to have been an Earth astronaut whose ship went off course and caused her to crash on Eternia. It's not a far reach to make a connection to Starcom, which focuses on space travel and exploration. While Starcom does have a main villain in the Dark Emperor and his evil empire, many of episodes centered around the Starcom pilots flying to different planets and just kinda looking around. Marlena could easily have fit in with their crews and during a solo mission, her ship could have been damaged, leading her to crash on Eternia.
2. Inspector Gadget and COPS - Inspector Gadget was either a predecessor or successor to COPS.
Considering the wide array of abilities through out the COPS characters and Inspector Gadget's own enhancements, it's pretty easy to make the connection between them. I think Inspector Gadget could be the first prototype of a cybernetic officer, but it was determined his gadgets worked better split up among multiple officers. On the other hand, he could be the natural progression of cybernetics, an officer loaded with every conceivable modification available.
3. Bravestarr, Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers, and Silverhawks - Planetary Marshalls and the Silverhawks all fall under the Galaxy Rangers.
Okay, so this one is pretty tenuous - I'm just basing it off of looks. Bravestarr and the Galaxy Rangers are both cartoons based on space cowboys. Bravestarr says he's a Planetary Marshall, so I see that as the assigned arm of the law vs the traveling role the Rangers played. I'm including Silverhawks in here as well because of Lt Colonel Bluegrass, who's a cowboy at heart. Not to mention, he probably played his guitar with Shane Gooseman.
4. Dino Riders and Sectaurs - Sectaurs learned to communicate with other creatures.
Let's look at the similarities here: you had people who possessed telepathic powers to create a bond with unusual mounts. the Sectaurs took place far in the future, and Dino Riders started there before going back in time to prehistoric Earth. Granted, Sectaurs takes place on another planet, but I consider it really Earth since they looks so much alike. Anyway, the Sectaurs regain technology, try space travel, go back in time and are able to apply their telebonding to another species. Besides, Questor and Dargon look almost the same (minus the antenna), and are both performed by Dan Gilvezan. They could even be ancestor/descendant.
5. Challenge of the Go-Bots and Transformers - The Transformers caused the Go-Bots' shift from organic to cybernetic.
I'm taking this from the IDW comics. Before I get to that though, I need to say it here since I forgot it mention it in Cy-Kill's Villain Retrospect post and barely touched on it in his Bad Guy Beatdown fight - Go-Bots have organic brains. They originally were fully organic beings called GoBings, and after the destruction that split Gobotron, they took on robotic bodies to keep themselves alive. Now for the IDW comics - during the early days of IDW, there was s story about a crew of ancient Transformers lead by Nova Prime who found a planet called Gorlam Prime, populated with organic beings. Because of Nova Prime's manipulation of the planet, the population slowly became technological, and transformable, beings. It's a huge stretch and takes inspiration from a different medium, but considering how close the two concepts are - robots that can turn into vehicles - it doesn't take much to bring the two stories together.