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Moz4,960 posts since 4 Jan 2003 Recently warned
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I'm guessing its business updates returning with Ben Thompson leading them.

I don't know how they could get rid of the 5 unless it is replaced with a Business bulletin? The 6 still need their rehearsal time.

Just run it as another normal hour, rather than a scripted bulletin. Just in a different studio.
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harshy5,358 posts since 24 Mar 2001
Its very nice but its a u turn from BBC News as well because for so long they didnt want to do business to save money, but nice titles it has to be said, I presume the business titles was in the locker for quite a few months and finally unleashed today.
Cando1,244 posts since 8 Mar 2012
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Its very nice but its a u turn from BBC News as well because for so long they didnt want to do business to save money, but nice titles it has to be said, I presume the business titles was in the locker for quite a few months and finally unleashed today.

For the hundredth time Ben has being doing regular updates on the NC since the move to BH. He is paid as a business correspondent.
Ronant914 posts since 22 Feb 2006
Its very nice but its a u turn from BBC News as well because for so long they didnt want to do business to save money, but nice titles it has to be said, I presume the business titles was in the locker for quite a few months and finally unleashed today.

For the hundredth time Ben has being doing regular updates on the NC since the move to BH. He is paid as a business correspondent.

Yes, but they scrapped business bulletins to save money. Ben was normally focused on one story, now he'll be reporting on more. So as harshy says, this is a U-turn. Good news though that they've found a way of doing it.

Also a new view of the newsroom at the TOTH, with the camera looking up to higher floors, then panning down to the newsroom.
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