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Quatorzine Neko (previously Le Neko) 285 posts since 29 Aug 2016
Here in France, TF1 and France 2 still are in Special Edition mode if I'm not mistaken; and, unusual thing, even M6 is going to air a special broadcast at 9:50 pm London Time / 10:50 pm Paris Time.

Last edited by Quatorzine Neko on 15 April 2019 9:55pm
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Newsroom2,141 posts since 2 Mar 2005 Recently warned
Just to go through the BBC News timeline this evening.

First mention was with Clive on the News at Six at 18:20. He wrapped up the bulletin with some live shots from the scene at 18:30.

The news first appeared on the ticker at 18:32 and both World and NC have been in rolling mode ever since.

You're incorrect, as posted on page 1 or 2 of this thread, World were slow to react - not interrupting Focus On Africa until 18.50 BST.
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DAS3,150 posts since 10 Apr 2001
It's interesting seeing this feed: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-europe-47941756/live-coverage-of-notre-dame-fire (brandless, but the same content as the News Channel)

Would be fascinating to know what's pumping that out. Info on the graphics is the same as on the NC but not in Breaking News mode.

Very intriguing indeed - just watched the top of hour at 22:00, the red BBC News logo in a box appeared on the end sting for Outside Source, then stayed on for the duration of the headline sequence of the Ten (though not on BBC One), then faded out on the opening shot of Sophie Raworth. Then the “web” BBC News bar at the bottom wiped in.
BFGArmy749 posts since 15 Jan 2018
London London
TVF's favourite anchor Wolf Blitzer taking over proceedings over on CNN (being simulcast on CNNI). Cue melodrama galore and numerous 'everybody, stand by' remarks. A very shouty end to a report by Brian Todd to begin.
You can just imagine the TOTH being even more over-the-top than usual by Situation Room standards.