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Neil Jones5,405 posts since 23 Dec 2001
Central (West) Midlands Today
I notice from the website there's a new "Watch Again" section on Big Centre TV's website.

Which consists of basically half hour chunks of output recorded off-air.
Sometimes get the back end of the previous programme/filler and the first few minutes of the following programme/filler either side of the programme you wanted.

iPlayer it isn't. But it works. Just.
dvboy9,841 posts since 11 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today
I think Anne-Marie is also in charge of the BCTV Twitter account.

Incidentally thanks to their updated catch-up player, here's Anne-Marie and Roshni with Friday's lunchtime bulletin.

http://www.bigcentre.tv/watch-again/news/672-the-midland-lunchtime-news-live


Hard to tell, they will retweet anyone who says something positive but won't even acknowledge any negative criticism.

Blocking someone certainly isn't the way to do it. They could learn from this: https://storify.com/studavis/midland-metro-and-how-not-to-do-social-media-custo
Watch it and find out.
London Lite10,563 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
If the allegations are true, than it shows there are no measures in place about how you deal with viewers on social media.

I'm sure the BBC, ITV, Sky and maybe even London Live have policies in place for which employees interact with the audience online. It may be the case that Anne-Marie lost her temper, but even so, you simply don't do that in a professional capacity.

Management need to talk to her as soon as possible.
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Brekkie31,792 posts since 4 Jan 2003 Recently warned
HTV Wales Wales Today
I think Anne-Marie is also in charge of the BCTV Twitter account.

Incidentally thanks to their updated catch-up player, here's Anne-Marie and Roshni with Friday's lunchtime bulletin.

http://www.bigcentre.tv/watch-again/news/672-the-midland-lunchtime-news-live


Hard to tell, they will retweet anyone who says something positive but won't even acknowledge any negative criticism.

Blocking someone certainly isn't the way to do it. They could learn from this: https://storify.com/studavis/midland-metro-and-how-not-to-do-social-media-custo

She's blocked me from viewing her account just for retweeting a couple of those comments that didn't even mention her handle.

Back to the channel itself and caught a couple of minutes of the 9.30pm bulletin (presumably a repeat from 5.30) the other day and just couldn't stick with it at all. The first two stories were just "police have released CCTV footage" with still images from stories that didn't seem worthy of the headline slot. Didn't stick around long enough to see what the third story was.
I preferred the internet when it had a sense of humour.
London Lite10,563 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
I suspect they'll be using "the speed at which we had to launch" as an excuse until the day they fold.


An excuse used by Big Centre TV's commercial director Clare Bramley to the chap who was later blocked by the channel and it's star journalist Anne-Marie.