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Rkolsen2,601 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World
https://variety.com/2019/tv/news/nbc-news-readies-may-launch-streaming-video-1203159713/

Worth a read about NBC's plan to launch (or expand their existing) CBSN/ABC News Live-style streaming service.

Slightly baffling comment from the boss of NBC News in the article

"the combination of NBC News and Sky News makes us the largest news organisation in the world"

He also said: “There are conversations about cooperation [b/w NBC and Sky], including bureaus and editorial — for example working together on Brexit in the UK, and the Trump administration in the U.S.,”

Even adding all of NBC (and CNBC, and MSNBC), Euronews, and Sky News (+Sky TG24, Sky News Arabia)

I'm still not sure in terms of journalists employed that it's bigger than the BBC, Reuters, AP, Bloomberg, AFP, Xinhua... could go on.


Well there’s some cooperation already...

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NYTV (previously asnycBBC) 595 posts since 9 Apr 2009
BBC World
Despierta América - Univison The spanish language breakfast launched a new set. Its well designed. Its a very nice set for a morning programme. Love the colours and the lighting scheme is top notch.
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The new set is part of the show's relocation from its former home at Univision Studios to Univision's "Newsport" in Doral, which also houses the national news department as well as Univision 23 Miami
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Mouseboy332,599 posts since 10 Feb 2014
Newscaststudio post additional image. I just noticed, what i thought was a screen behind the anchor desk is actually an opening to the garantuan newsroom opposite.
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The Newsport image for reference. since moving in a few years ago they have added big screens to the walls.
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https://youtu.be/JSy2SVdtd0U
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Rkolsen2,601 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World
Newscaststudio post additional image. I just noticed, what i thought was a screen behind the anchor desk is actually an opening to the garantuan newsroom opposite.
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The Newsport image for reference. since moving in a few years ago they have added big screens to the walls.
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I’m pretty sure all of the Univision studios (Maybe Fusion too) in have a backdrop of the Newsport Newsroom. The newsroom has various backdrops featured in that one image projecting the logo of WLTV (the Univision Miami Station), Noticias Univision, and Despierta America. Sometimes the LCD wall shows a multiviewer of the local Miami stations other times more topical graphics.
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Rkolsen2,601 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World
On Tuesday C-SPAN turned 40. The Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Networks was created by various cable and satellite providers back in 1979 to provide a public service with initially wall to wall coverage of all House of Representatives proceedings, followed seven years later when the Senate approved use of cameras in its gallery. There are now three commercial free TV channels, one radio station in the DC area that is simulcast on SiriusXM. The primary channel, C-SPAN covers the House of Representatives gavel to gavel, likewise C-SPAN 2 does the same with the Senate and C-SPAN 3 (which replaced a Washington DC Area digital cable channel C-SPAN Extra which launched in 1997) carries congressional hearings. C-SPAN Radio is selective (but carries audio from the main three TV feeds on HD radio) as to what it broadcasts however they do simulcast regular shows like Washington Journal and on Sundays they broadcast the Sunday Morning Affairs shows commercial free from NBC, ABC, Fox, CNN and CBS (on the guide it’s listed in that order).

The channels also carry content from the Canadian, British and Australian Parliaments such as PMQs along with election night coverage.

One of the keys to getting this venture the ground was allowing the Speaker of the House and the Senate leadership control of the cameras, when they are on and what they can shoot. With each new session of Congress they ask if they can install their own cameras mounted right next to the existing ones and they get denied.



And MSNBC’s MTP Daily did their own look back featuring some of the funnier moments along with mocking the continuity slate and announcer.

Last edited by Rkolsen on 20 March 2019 6:18am
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