BBC World Service has been in the business of delivering news for 80 years, but today marked the first time they opened up their daily news meeting to be broadcast live.

BBC World Service has been in the business of delivering news for 80 years, but today marked the first time they opened up their daily news meeting to be broadcast live.

If Canadians want to watch the editorial meeting where the BBC plans its news out for the day for World Service, they’ll have to be early risers—or extreme nightowls. The meeting takes place at 4 a.m. EST, or 0900 GMT.

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Steve Titherington, senior commissioning editor for World Service speaks about broadcasting from Bush House—why they’re doing it, and what’s going on today. Check it out here.

This leads me to ask the question: If Canadian news organizations broadcast their story meetings, would you watch?