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BBC News moves to New Broadcasting House

BBC News moves to New Broadcasting House

From 1pm today, the BBC’s television news services – the BBC News Channel and BBC News at One, Six and Ten – will begin broadcasting from brand new studios at New Broadcasting House in central London.

The move marks the end of the migration of BBC News and Current Affairs staff from Television Centre to the BBC’s new central London headquarters, which offers journalists a purpose-built newsroom, studios and operating systems fit for the digital era.

Simon McCoy and Sophie Long will present the final BBC News Channel programme in Studio N6 at Television Centre from 8.30am – 1pm.

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