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Andrew14,536 posts since 27 Mar 2001
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
For the record, I’ve recorded today’s BBC One lunchtime bulletin simulcast with WN just in case if anyone is interested on how both channels (NC and WN) handle all the branding stuff and continuity... There’s no significant difference for the average viewers in the UK... they’ve managed to handle the rights issues for playing various clips on both channels, no sport update near the end of the bulletin from Salford, Ben Brown does not mention “more news throughout the day on the BBC News Channel” and “the next news on BBC One is at xxx...” at the end, and apart from that nothing else... Zipper

Stuff like that must be very odd to viewers on BBC World News, when the presenter says bye and then pops straight back up again, as viewers will have no idea it is a BBC One simulcast.

I suppose its like when you watch the news channel here and sometimes, such as in Outside Source they take fake ad breaks, or when there are random "This is BBC News" opt out points
m_in_m1,730 posts since 22 Apr 2006
Anglia (East) Look East
there are usage changes at the bbc news centre so presuming the local news has had to be moved out and easier to join south east than anything else

BBC London remains standalone in the evening and late bulletins. I also believe that BBC London is based in the Peel wing and not the news centre.
London Lite11,467 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
there are usage changes at the bbc news centre so presuming the local news has had to be moved out and easier to join south east than anything else

BBC London remains standalone in the evening and late bulletins. I also believe that BBC London is based in the Peel wing and not the news centre.


Yes, the newsroom and gallery are in the Peel wing, along with BBC Radio London.