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The Power Of Questions

The latest BBC World News global advertising campaign showcases the Power of Questions. In a campaign that continues to demonstrate BBC World News’ journalistic excellence, the adverts powerfully highlight the inquisitive and often courageous determination of our news teams. Their relentless passion, combined with rigorous editorial standards, ensure that we share your voracious appetite to know what is going on in the world. Champions of questions, BBC World News Never Stops Asking.

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Killer Questions

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Putting News First

BBC World News's Putting News First global advertising campaigns reaffirm the channel's newsgathering strengths and the commitment of the teams that contribute to the channel's global news output.
 
The latest on-air campaign provides a unique insight into the interconnected nature of the BBC's international newsgathering capability, showcasing its journalistic strengths and expertise. Viewers experience unscripted action - a slice of 'spontaneous reality' - filmed in three countries during one week. Capturing how one angle on a news story is analysed, shot and broadcast by the teams in Baghdad, Washington and London, the 60- and 30- second treatments demonstrate how the newsgathering teams report on a key subject on the news agenda, Iraq.

The campaign clearly demonstrates the dedication and commitment of the news teams across three countries to deliver depth and analysis for viewers across the world, while communicating how BBC World News puts news first.

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Current advertising campaigns




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Current advertising campaigns


 

Four journalists recount real-life experiences, showing the lengths to which they have gone to report for BBC World News.

BBC World News TV adverts are in Windows Media Player.


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These press advertisements contain further real-life examples of journalists' commitment to reporting for BBC World News in extreme circumstances.

These include Stephen Evans' visitor pass to the World Trade Centre on September 11th 2001, and Clive Myrie's boots that were destroyed by the flood waters in Mozambique

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Clive Myrie
Clive Myrie, Mozambique 28.02.00

Jeremy Cooke
Jeremy Cooke, Boa Esperanca 14.03.05

John Simpson
John Simpson, Northern Iraq 06.04.03

Stephen Evans
Stephen Evans, New York 11.09.01

Vaughan Smith
Vaughan Smith, Serbia 05.03.98

Fred Scott
Fred Scott, Genoa 29.07.01

Emily Buchanan
Emily Buchanan, Zimbabwe 23.09.92


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