A new, monthly news programme on BBC One, launches Spring 2013.Details of a new news programme on BBC One, launching Spring 2013 and presented by BBC's World Affairs Editor, John Simpson. BBC News: The Editors, a new monthly news programme commissioned for BBC One, is to launch in spring 2013.
New 24hr global news channel.Just watching arise news for the second time , the New York studio is horrible , very dark , and the blue panels look like the regional itv sets! , I just don't like the feel to the channel ( maybe I'm just used to something different!
Back half hour.Yep - single camera shooting into the FiveLive production area. Was used for pre-recording links for the bulletins which were then edited into the pre-recorded bulletins (the presenter also produced, and often edited and played out the bullet...
ITV criticized - Southern Scotland "unsatisfactory" news Yes, Tyne Tees South physically doesn't exist anymore (the capacity was used to launch some extra +1 regions) so bringing it back would be quite costly on that front as well as the programming side.
Papal resignation & conclave coverage
Pope Francis elected.Well I can assure you that knowing the Lord's Prayer word for word for a particular denomination's version is not considered vital for a translator.
BBC Journalists strike 18/02/2013
No Breakfast, coverage split between NBH and TVC.This was in the Daybreak thread about Monday morning's ratings. The news/daytime programmes actually did very well holding up against Daybreak. Particularly against Lorraine (where there was no news replacement and Breakfast was effectively 'over').
the disappearance of anna botting.This is a presentation forum, topics like this are (IMO) creepy and thus locked.
Stock footage used on the news
Keeping them up to date or fresh.ah, Paramount still timesharing with Nick...
NUJ strike action at the BBC
24-hour strike begins on Monday 18th February 2013.You may be headless, but I'm sure you're also quite 'armless! X
Latest proposals for ITV
OFCOM seeking views on more regions, less regional news.What about this: ITV sub-contract the local programming provision to an independent company a'la Channel 4?