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- TUE 14TH DEC (10PM): BBC Wales Today not in its usual studio
- THU 16TH DEC (9.30AM): BBC announces special 50p coin for 100th anniversary
- THU 16TH DEC (6.30PM): Fred Dinenage presents his final edition of ITV News Meridian
- FRI 17TH DEC (10.55AM): BBC NI announces Declan Harvey as new BBC Newsline presenter
- FRI 17TH DEC (10.55PM): EuroNews picked up by Portugese investor
Tuesday 14th December
10pm BBC Wales Today not in its usual studio
Today’s evening edition of BBC Wales Today was based in the atrium at BBC Wales HQ in Central Square. Presumably some maintenance work going on in the main studio?
Thursday 16th December
9.30am BBC announces special 50p coin for 100th anniversary
The BBC celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2022. Today, the corporation announced a collaboration with the Royal Mint on plans for a commemorative 50p as part of the centenary celebrations.
EXTERNAL LINK: register your interest in the coin at the Royal Mint website.
6.30pm Fred Dinenage presents his final edition of ITV News Meridian
After almost 38 years in regional news, broadcaster Fred Dinenage has presented his final edition ITV News Meridian.
“I’m just very touched – I’m just a broadcaster and to get that reaction was just amazing.
“I shall miss my colleagues here at ITV Meridian – they are a wonderful bunch and I’ll miss our viewers who have given me such warmth and affection over the years.”
Friday 17th December
10.55am BBC NI announces Declan Harvey as new BBC Newsline presenter
BBC News NI journalist Declan Harvey has been appointed as a new presenter on BBC Newsline. He will join his BBC Radio Ulster Evening Extra co-presenter Tara Mills on the television team.
EXTERNAL LINK: Declan Harvey becomes new Newsline presenter.
10.55pm EuroNews picked up by Portugese investor
A Portuguese investment firm has signed an agreement to buy the controlling stake in Lyon-based broadcaster EuroNews from Egyptian telecoms magnate Naguib Sawiris.
EXTERNAL LINK: Portuguese investor will buy EuroNews.
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