If I may return to the topic slightly...
I have to say I'm not a fan of this type of setup. I've seen it before on Daily Politics and it just makes me feel a bit queasy. I think it's a mixture of not being able to see the cameras (so how are they being filmed?) but also there being no escape for the people. How do they get them on set exactly? By helicopter?
I get the idea, that it's better than looking at a plasma lost in a sea of tech, and that it's also better than breaking one's neck like on Breakfast. But I rather like being able to see the edge of the set, it makes everything a bit more real.
-1 however for the endless bUt WHy dOn'T ThEy uSe tHE neWSroOm comments. The newsroom is a newsroom, designed to look good through the window of the TV studio. It's not a TV studio with a newsroom built into it. There was a thing with Brexit interviews done from behind the glass of studio E a few weeks back and it was messy. It wasn't dynamic or exciting or anything, it just looked messy. It's been 6 years now. Stop trying to make it happen.
I am sick of been persicuted by you immature TV Forumers!
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