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Emily Maitlis Newsnight Furore - Page 182 onwards

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JF
JF World News (previously JPF) West Country (East) Points West
I noticed that the 7pm bulletin is beginning to feel like a standard edition of BBC World News / World News Today
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MatthewF (previously Matt14451) Central (West) Midlands Today
I noticed that the 7pm bulletin is beginning to feel like a standard edition of BBC World News / World News Today

Did that need posting in three threads?
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Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today
I noticed that the 7pm bulletin is beginning to feel like a standard edition of BBC World News / World News Today

Did that need posting in three threads?

He thinks if he says it enough then World News Today will be brought back.
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Benjamin1 (previously NewbieBen12) London
Not sure if this has already been mentioned, but when would we expect ITV regional news to return to sub-regional content? July? Or later in the year?
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peterh Central (East) East Midlands Today
Some sort of already have
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W1LL (previously marshmallow) Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)
It may be a good few months away but it’s looking slim that the British media is going to be able to fly their staff to America to cover the upcoming election. Presume they’re just going to have to be London based for the on-the-night coverage this year then.



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TIGHazard Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
W1LL posted:
It may be a good few months away but it’s looking slim that the British media is going to be able to fly their staff to America to cover the upcoming election. Presume they’re just going to have to be London based for the on-the-night coverage this year then.





I suppose the BBC could make good use of the partnership with CBS News if they need reporters on location. Sky could use NBC. Not sure about the rest.
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valley
Sky already have good talent out there - for example, Greg Milam can and does present as required. Also, some staff and presenters are dual nationals so could travel out - I imagine that may well be the case for the BBC and ITV as well.
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AlexS Central (East) Midlands Today
The BBC have more than enough people in the US to put out something, even if it'll rely on lower profile people than normal and possibly coverage from a lower than normal number of states. I'd imagine that the TV coverage would be led by Katty Kay and Jon Sopel with the radio either being handled by lower profile presenters or from the UK.
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JF World News (previously JPF) West Country (East) Points West
AlexS posted:
The BBC have more than enough people in the US to put out something, even if it'll rely on lower profile people than normal and possibly coverage from a lower than normal number of states. I'd imagine that the TV coverage would be led by Katty Kay and Jon Sopel with the radio either being handled by lower profile presenters or from the UK.


If we have a US GP couldn't they leave Jennie Gow, Lee McKenzie and Jack Nicholls out there for the elections? Who are all journalists in their own right?
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AlexS Central (East) Midlands Today
AlexS posted:
The BBC have more than enough people in the US to put out something, even if it'll rely on lower profile people than normal and possibly coverage from a lower than normal number of states. I'd imagine that the TV coverage would be led by Katty Kay and Jon Sopel with the radio either being handled by lower profile presenters or from the UK.


If we have a US GP couldn't they leave Jennie Gow, Lee McKenzie and Jack Nicholls out there for the elections? Who are all journalists in their own right?

If they'll let journalists in to cover some cars driving round a track they'll let them in to cover the election...
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