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Rkolsen3,307 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World News
It feels like they all live in the same apartment.

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It could be. I see a bureau having limited resources to send everyone home with a camera. But setting up a camera and lighting an apartment where there maybe a camera operator and only the anchor could be doable.
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headliner101202 posts since 18 Feb 2013
Westcountry Points West
Not seen this before, CNN promoting their online 'live stream' for UK viewers during The Situation Room where the flipper usually airs during taped programming. Unless things have changed, CNN has one EMEA feed so it would mean a message for UK viewers going out across EMEA


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For UK viewers who are interested, the URL is written on the space reserved for flippers: CNN.com/watchliveuk. It's probably a simulcast of the CNNgo feed but does not contain any ads.
nznewser54 posts since 18 Sep 2019
BBC World News
Not seen this before, CNN promoting their online 'live stream' for UK viewers during The Situation Room where the flipper usually airs during taped programming. Unless things have changed, CNN has one EMEA feed so it would mean a message for UK viewers going out across EMEA


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For UK viewers who are interested, the URL is written on the space reserved for flippers: CNN.com/watchliveuk. It's probably a simulcast of the CNNgo feed but does not contain any ads.[/quote]

Also notable - viewers in the APAC region have not (as you'd expect) had the flipper promo for the UK live stream. During QMB we had the usual no flipper, and I noticed that The Lead was running the US ticker, when normally it shows the standard CNNI ticker.
Rkolsen3,307 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World News
I’ve noticed back half hours on World News (such as the second half hour of BBC World News America) and during the mornings at 6AM BST when there’s would be a business report. Guess they’re really cutting back.
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JamesWorldNews9,138 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News
I’ve noticed back half hours on World News (such as the second half hour of BBC World News America) and during the mornings at 6AM BST when there’s would be a business report. Guess they’re really cutting back.


In a very deep voice: “This.......is CNN”.
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Rkolsen3,307 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World News
I’ve noticed back half hours on World News (such as the second half hour of BBC World News America) and during the mornings at 6AM BST when there’s would be a business report. Guess they’re really cutting back.


In a very deep voice: “This.......is CNN”.

Crap. This is what happens when you have multiple tabs open.
Don’t let anyone treat you like you’re a VO/SOT when you’re a PKG.
JamesWorldNews9,138 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News
I’ve noticed back half hours on World News (such as the second half hour of BBC World News America) and during the mornings at 6AM BST when there’s would be a business report. Guess they’re really cutting back.


In a very deep voice: “This.......is CNN”.

Crap. This is what happens when you have multiple tabs open.


No worries, Ryan. We knew what you meant anyway.
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bakamann970 posts since 26 Apr 2008
London BBC World News
Did CNN Domestic decided to give the Early Start hours to CNN International due to physical distancing? Looks like Christine Romans is still up early, since she was being interviewed by Robin Kurnow about the markets during COVID-19.
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headliner101202 posts since 18 Feb 2013
Westcountry Points West
Domestic has a fairly irregular daytime schedule. For instance Wolf and Anderson appear during the middle of the day and it's sometimes unclear what's the name of the show Anderson presents at 18.00 UK time.

Also, is the London bureau closed (physically off-limits to staff) since every London-based show is presented from a presenter's home (Amanpour, Hala's show)?
excel991,537 posts since 3 Jan 2009
Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)
Did CNN Domestic decided to give the Early Start hours to CNN International due to physical distancing? Looks like Christine Romans is still up early, since she was being interviewed by Robin Kurnow about the markets during COVID-19.

This is pure speculation on my part, but maybe the 'off-air' Early Start staff are being used to help out on other CNN/US shows, and CNNI staff from shows not currently on air are helping out with the extra CNN(I) Newsroom that is replacing Early Start? Or in other words, Early Start has been judged the most easily 'sacrificed' domestic content and CNNI have been asked to 'fill the gap'?
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