#justputtingitoutthere @lucymanning pic.twitter.com/1nQy9KNb — ALFIE (@geraaht) November 10, 2012
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ITV News Promo 2012 – We’re Life From Every Angle.. We Are ITV News..
U.S. Presidential Election – Live on ITV With Alastair Stewart in London Julie Etchingham in New York Mark Austin in Washington D.C. Geraint Vincent in Ohio Robert Moore in Chicago Bill Neely in Boston Richard Edgar in the City of… Read more
Getting ready to go on air. @itvnews #BehindTheScenes #US2012 http://t.co/P28uMTOP — Matt Freestone (@MattJF) November 6, 2012
Alastair Stewart will present ITV’s live coverage of the US presidential election results as the race for the White House is decided. Will current incumbent Barack Obama or Republican counterpart Mitt Romney come out on top, and what will the… Read more
Former TV-am presenter Mike Morris has died at the age of 66. Moustached Morris was the main host of the ITV breakfast programme Good Morning Britain in the late 1980s after initially being introduced as a sports presenter. He was… Read more
The Prime Minister David Cameron will appear on ITV1’s The Agenda this evening.. The programme, fronted by ITV’s political editor Tom Bradby, is a weekly discussion programme focusing on the main talking points from the past seven days’ news. The… Read more
The second series of The Agenda begins tonight on ITV1. The programme, fronted by ITV’s political editor Tom Bradby, is a weekly discussion programme focusing on the main talking points from the past seven days’ news. He is joined by… Read more
On Monday 1 October 2012, London Tonight moved into ITV News’ main studio at ITN as part of a cost cutting measure. ITN Cameraman Matt Freestone (@MattJF) posted these images of the new studio layout on Twitter.
ITV have installed high definition cameras in their main news studio at ITN today. The network, who launched its first standard HD channel in 2010, will being broadcasting its news programmes in high definition “very, very soon.” The cameras are… Read more