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From Monday 15th July 2019

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AlfieMulcahy Meridian (South East) South East Today
Interesting new background in studio c this hour!


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Wheres Cristian
Hello, I'm using WhatsApp
MF
Matthew_Fieldhouse Central (West) Midlands Today
Interesting new background in studio c this hour!


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Wheres Cristian

No idea, thought Katty might be missing even it's Labor Day in US
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8EmCnoa_w4h6qqHHSwHf0Q
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Matthew_Fieldhouse Central (West) Midlands Today
Interesting new background in studio c this hour!


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Wheres Cristian

Katty said "I'll be back tomorrow" so guess James won't be
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8EmCnoa_w4h6qqHHSwHf0Q
JF
JF World News West Country (East) Points West
Most people based in London have been working a maximum three day week since March, could that explain why Christan was off? Even Ros hasn't presented four days of OS, could Katty be starting same arrangements with Laura,
RK
Rkolsen World News
B already has Shotoku heads. Could get some SmartPeds I guess, but you'd still need a jib operator and someone doing the robotic peds.


Jibs don’t seem to be used on the BBC World program in studio B. And the robotics could be controlled in Mosart like the Furios with manual intervention as needed.

It's one thing to have robotic cameras on tracks controlled by automation, it's another to have robotic pedestals controlled by automation. A certain satellite broadcaster tried it and had to bring back operators due to safety concerns and the fact that the cameras really weren't reliable enough to accurately go to stored positions.


Well there was one issue here in the US of cameras keep running into a expensive touch screen multiple times. The issue was camera operators in NY controlling cameras manually in DC relying on a snoop cam that had a delay of a second or two in building and by the time it reached NY - too late to stop a camera. With the number of screens they replaced they could of hired a camera operator in DC.

If only camera robotic manufacturers could make sensors that you could put along the head of the camera to prevent them from running into each other. Or make the sensors in the base smart enough to know that say the camera and prompter extend a foot out.
Don’t let anyone treat you like you’re a VO/SOT when you’re a PKG.
JF
JF World News West Country (East) Points West
Maybe an error but for some reason BBC News bulletins in Outside Source slot and 9pm have been changed from BBC News to World News Today on Friday and at weekends, could that be a sign of evening output going back to normal? Though happened before.... but never been put back in

Pre-Covid on Friday all three hours were WNT, and Nancy has been starting at 7pm sometimes on Friday's recently
Last edited by JF World News on 9 September 2020 8:41pm
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AlexS Central (East) Midlands Today
Maybe an error but for some reason BBC News bulletins in Outside Source slot and 9pm have been changed from BBC News to World News Today on Friday and at weekends, could that be a sign of evening output going back to normal? Though happened before.... but never been put back in

Pre-Covid on Friday all three hours were WNT, and Nancy has been starting at 7pm sometimes on Friday's recently

I imagine it's a mistake as it would be extremely unlikely for an hour that is technically an unnamed bulletin Mon-Thursday to be a named bulletin at weekends, but in any case it's only the 21:00 hour that is listed as WNT. The only reason that Nancy did a modified shift on a singular Friday a couple of weeks ago is because there was no presenter scheduled for the previous slot on world due to a news special presented by Clive Myrie (who couldn't stay on air on world as he was also presenting the 10).
JF
JF World News West Country (East) Points West
Lyse is doing a week of coverage on migration next week and is on her first deployment aboard since March
AlexS posted:
Maybe an error but for some reason BBC News bulletins in Outside Source slot and 9pm have been changed from BBC News to World News Today on Friday and at weekends, could that be a sign of evening output going back to normal? Though happened before.... but never been put back in

Pre-Covid on Friday all three hours were WNT, and Nancy has been starting at 7pm sometimes on Friday's recently

I imagine it's a mistake as it would be extremely unlikely for an hour that is technically an unnamed bulletin Mon-Thursday to be a named bulletin at weekends, but in any case it's only the 21:00 hour that is listed as WNT. The only reason that Nancy did a modified shift on a singular Friday a couple of weeks ago is because there was no presenter scheduled for the previous slot on world due to a news special presented by Clive Myrie (who couldn't stay on air on world as he was also presenting the 10).


But why would they change it from BBC News to WNT and Kasia thinks it’s back on air
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Gusan North Reporting Scotland
The clock is missing on BBC News!

Edit: It returned at 9.45
Last edited by Gusan on 10 September 2020 9:46am
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all new Phil Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Gusan posted:
The clock is missing on BBC News!

Edit: It returned at 9.45

Phew.
GU
Gusan North Reporting Scotland
Gusan posted:
The clock is missing on BBC News!

Edit: It returned at 9.45

Phew.


I know. Should I write to Newswatch? Smile
JF
JF World News West Country (East) Points West
Appears Global Questions has taken over B

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