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toby lerone 2016172 posts since 13 Jul 2016
UTV Newsline
If I was a BBC Executive I don't know if I would be willing to re-commission anything from Love Productions, at the end of the day BBC were very good to them and commissioned many programmes and took Bake Off from an obscure BBC Two show to the biggest on British TV beating X Factor, Strictly, Britain's Got Talent, The 2016 Rio Olympic Games only for them to take the show to Channel 4. I don't know if I would be so forgiving re-commissioning Creme de la Creme on BBC Two and possibly more Sewing Bee and maybe more Junior Bake Off if Channel 4 aren't interested,
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mark1,536 posts since 27 Jun 2001
London London
As someone previously predicted, very little studio on-camera presentation - mostly just commentary over pictures - so very little to write home about on that front. But, for what it's worth...

NBC are in their studio with the view of the Capitol (the one that's recently been ruined with faux-bricks for Greta Van Susteren's new MSNBC show). ABC and CNN both have temporary studios overlooking the Capitol. CBS have a temporary studio on the Mall.
London Lite6,743 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
The live YouTube feed has opted out of normal output for the past 20 minutes - instead of following Kay in Washington and Jillian in the studio, it's broadcasting various shots inauguration shots with little spoken audio. Possibly a tech issue as there still going to breaks with the usual international fillers.


It may be like the rights issues for the presidential debates where Sky News on YouTube have had to use pool feeds instead. The Sky News app is streaming the normal service.
Rkolsen1,005 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World
As someone previously predicted, very little studio on-camera presentation - mostly just commentary over pictures - so very little to write home about on that front. But, for what it's worth...

NBC are in their studio with the view of the Capitol (the one that's recently been ruined with faux-bricks for Greta Van Susteren's new MSNBC show). ABC and CNN both have temporary studios overlooking the Capitol. CBS have a temporary studio on the Mall.


Fun fact: CBS' is in a law office.

Edit : Well last night they were.
Last edited by Rkolsen on 20 January 2017 3:34pm
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