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  • SkyNewsAus
    SkyNewsAus
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    I swithced on Sky News this morning (about 10:15) and see that Michael Willisee is reading the news from other ‘set.’ All there is is small televisions behind him with feeds from other stations.

    EDIT:

    I have switched on at about 2:00pm and John Mangos is reading from the normal studio.

    I will still try to find out what happened.

    Cheers,

    SkyNewsAus.

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    MelbourneTV
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    Are you sure it wasnt from the newsroom? They use it for Business & finance updates.

    What a shame Sky didnt use their vantage point at Martin Place in Sydney today. Gatfield anchored the coverage from the Dawn Anzac Day service LIVE from there from 4:30am.

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    #16181 Reply
    SkyNewsAus
    SkyNewsAus
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    Are you sure it wasnt from the newsroom? They use it for Business & finance updates.

    Yeah, your probably right! It seemed familiar to me and I was getting a bit confused. Do you have any idea, by the way, why they were broadcasting from there?

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    MelbourneTV
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    They always have business news from there.

    There might have been something wrong with the studio – newswall stuffed, lights maybe, or they just thought seeing they were doing various ANZAC things its better to do it from the newsroom. I’m not too sure to be honest.

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    SkyNewsAus
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    Thanks Anyway

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