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  • Sky.dub
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    The TV BAFTAS are on tonight. Has anyone else seen Matt Smith’s report on the show? They have a clip of Sky’s coverage of the London bombings, in its first hour, talking to the Sky producer about the bus bomb. The strap is largely covered because of the Active strap (Grrrrr!)

    Sky News put forward the handling of July 7th for the award…I cant remember what ITV and BBC put forward, anyone know?

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    Johnnie
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    CHANNEL FOUR NEWS – THE ATTORNEY GENERAL STORY – Jon Snow, Gary Gibbon, Robert Hamilton (ITN/Channel 4)

    BBC TEN O’CLOCK NEWS: 7TH JULY 2005 – LONDON BOMBS – The Production Team (BBC News/BBC 1)

    ITV EVENING NEWS – THE SHOOTING OF JEAN CHARLES DE MENEZES – The Production Team (ITN/ITV1)

    SKY NEWS – 7TH JULY BOMBINGS – Nick Pollard, Simon Cole, John Ryley (Sky News/Sky News)

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    Johnnie
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    .. And the winner is… BBC TEN O’CLOCK NEWS: 7TH JULY 2005 – LONDON BOMBS

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    Sky.dub
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    Another blow for Sky.

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    Philg
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    sky.dub wrote:Another blow for Sky.

    I always feel a little bit disappointed when a set piece news programme wins a BAFTA for coverage of major news events, it is so much easier to produce some nice, sensitive reporting 13 hours after the event as with the Ten O Clock News than it is to report it live. Sky’s 7/7 coverage was superb, as was their tsunami coverage, and deserved recognition.

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    Sky.dub
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    In a related matter over Sky’s recent difficulties, I think it has been a relatively quiet news year, indeed since the relaunch. Also, the very few noticeable stories occurred at the weekend such as the fire at the oil depot and the whale being transported. The lack of major stories have contributed to Sky’s problems IMO and that’s not their fault.

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    Framescourer
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    sky.dub wrote:In a related matter over Sky’s recent difficulties, I think it has been a relatively quiet news year, indeed since the relaunch. Also, the very few noticeable stories occurred at the weekend such as the fire at the oil depot and the whale being transported. The lack of major stories have contributed to Sky’s problems IMO and that’s not their fault.

    I’m not sure it’s been that quiet. Sky’s usually more on the case with breaking events, of which there’s been plenty: it’s just that News 24 give themselves breathing space to prepare their info better.

    Where Sky breathlessly report events as they happen, News 24 take a moment to report which bits of it are making news.

    Of course, ITV have their own way of making headlines

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    Sky.dub
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    Framescourer wrote:(sky.dub @ May 8 2006, 12:07 AM) [snapback]14516[/snapback]


    In a related matter over Sky’s recent difficulties, I think it has been a relatively quiet news year, indeed since the relaunch. Also, the very few noticeable stories occurred at the weekend such as the fire at the oil depot and the whale being transported. The lack of major stories have contributed to Sky’s problems IMO and that’s not their fault.

    I’m not sure it’s been that quiet. Sky’s usually more on the case with breaking events, of which there’s been plenty: it’s just that News 24 give themselves breathing space to prepare their info better.

    Where Sky breathlessly report events as they happen, News 24 take a moment to report which bits of it are making news.

    Of course, ITV have their own way of making headlines

    I disagree, I think if you compare this year with last year – by this time last year we had the Pope’s death (and that went on for ages), the royal wedding, the general election and the Michael Jackson trial. And of course the aftermath of the tsunami.

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