The BBC World News is International sibling service of BBC News averaging the largest viewers of all the channels. Formerly, BBC World Service Television Channel was launched in 1991 and renamed as BBC World in 1995. The programming includes news bulletins, current affair talks, documentaries, news shows and lifestyle, tech,...Where does livelive get its news from?
Live news output originates from studios B and C in Broadcasting House with some recorded programming from Broadcasting House studio A and the BBC Millbank studio. The BBC World News newsroom is now part of the new consolidated BBC Newsroom in Broadcasting House along with BBC World Service and UK domestic news services.How many people watch BBC World News?
BBC World News claims to be watched by a weekly audience of 74 million in over 200 countries and territories worldwide. BBC World News is most commonly watched as a free-to-air (FTA) channel.Is BBC World News available in the Middle East?
On 5 August 2013, BBC World News was offered as a High Definition (HD) feed across the Middle East when it launched its international HD channel on the Arab Satellite Communications Organization. Arabsat was the BBC's first distribution partner in the Middle East to offer the channel in HD.