Well IF Victoria Derbyshire's progamme which was introduced because of cost cutting can then be axed 5 years later for the same reason, i'm sure Outside Source will be as well at some point
Well its a BBC World News production, so not the same budgets its commercial funded and is a brand used on TV, Radio and Online. It's highly unlike to be axed as its sold to PBS in America,
Forgive my ignorance, but what does the name 'Outside Source' mean, in terms of a rolling news channel and this programme?
Just for future reference if you wanted to know other similar terms for OS you may hear are REM (remote), FIFO (first in first out), NEMO (not emanating from main office); in the US they may label ENG (for electronic news gathering - specifically the live trucks and helicopter) and SNG or SAT for (satellite news gathering or satellite). If a station uses bonded cellular it may be listed as CNG or an abbreviation of the device manufacturer if they use multiple types.