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Independent161 posts since 5 Jun 2014
BBC World
A truck plows into a Christmas market in Germany.

Let's do Sport Today.



AND Business Edition or whatever its called. My oh my.....

Maybe it gets a mention in an hour.....

Business Live but weaker than the morning edition. I wish it was Business Edition, it was a much better show than this Business Live edition. It focused less on what's trending online and people's comments and covered things that aren't trending and overlooked.
a516432 posts since 29 Jan 2010
Central (East) East Midlands Today
So, we are now into Studio Cs most intense period of usage of the year.
24/7 usage for the next 2 to 3 weeks while the Studio B programmes are on holiday, although a lot of 5 minute summaries and prerecorded features it still needs to be available and staffed for a major breaking incident.

Interestingly BBC World News still has GMT, Impact and Focus on Africa, but just from C this week. Global isn't there, leaving a 90 minute block of BBC World News with Matthew Amroliwala.

Also: "This Week in History" breakfiller at 1715 and 1815GMT is still last week's edition.
Brekkie26,880 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
A truck plows into a Christmas market in Germany.

Let's do Sport Today.

Getting to the point where I'm scared to watch the news.

Also actually a strong argument now for actually news channels to stick with Sport Today or whatever and actually downplay these stories rather than give them the attention they seek.
Shouldn't that have been posted in the "John Logie Baird has Invented Television" thread?
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London Lite gave kudos
excel991,388 posts since 3 Jan 2009
Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)
So, we are now into Studio Cs most intense period of usage of the year.
24/7 usage for the next 2 to 3 weeks while the Studio B programmes are on holiday, although a lot of 5 minute summaries and prerecorded features it still needs to be available and staffed for a major breaking incident.

Interestingly BBC World News still has GMT, Impact and Focus on Africa, but just from C this week. Global isn't there, leaving a 90 minute block of BBC World News with Matthew Amroliwala.

Outside Source from the balcony as usual, so Studio C gets a break (not sure if the gallery will as well?)
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a516432 posts since 29 Jan 2010
Central (East) East Midlands Today
2300GMT edition of Newsday on BBC World News replaced with a BBC News Channel simulcast.

Newsday had been advised as coming next just seconds earlier before the countdown.

Update:
2330GMT back to normal schedule with Asia Business Report
Last edited by a516 on 19 December 2016 11:33pm
Newsroom1,444 posts since 2 Mar 2005
BBC World News and the News Channel are simulcasting this morning with Joanna Gosling in Studio E.....who is clearly not used to simulcasting. (Messed up the end to the half hour).
Formerly News Room
flaziola1,420 posts since 19 Jun 2007
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Outside Source from the balcony as usual, so Studio C gets a break (not sure if the gallery will as well?)
Really? Thought there were rules about Christmas decorations not being allowed to be shown on World News. ISTR in the News 24 in N8 days, the trees had to be removed for the overnight simulcasts.
scottishtv1,507 posts since 6 Nov 2001
STV Central Reporting Scotland
Well, they had no problem with Christmas at the end of Newsday today. They did a feature on a manufactured-snow tourist attraction in Singapore - given that's the only way to find any snow there. The programme then finished with 'Hark! The Herald Angels Sing' sung by some AUP (Adventist University of the Philippines) Chamber Singers. Very festive!

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Newsroom1,444 posts since 2 Mar 2005
In light of the Breaking News out of Milan (Berlin attacker shot) BBC World News have now joined the News Channel with Reeta Chakrabarti and Chris Rogers.
Formerly News Room
harshy5,358 posts since 24 Mar 2001
So, we are now into Studio Cs most intense period of usage of the year.
24/7 usage for the next 2 to 3 weeks while the Studio B programmes are on holiday, although a lot of 5 minute summaries and prerecorded features it still needs to be available and staffed for a major breaking incident.

Interestingly BBC World News still has GMT, Impact and Focus on Africa, but just from C this week. Global isn't there, leaving a 90 minute block of BBC World News with Matthew Amroliwala.

Also: "This Week in History" breakfiller at 1715 and 1815GMT is still last week's edition.

I got to admit those branded shows look much better in Studio C, there's so much you can do with that studio and BBC World News knows how to get the best out of these studios using these fantastic colour schemes that these branded programmes use.