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05.08.2003
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Autocue wins major multi-million pound prompting contract from the BBC

Autocue has signed a new five-year contract to supply prompting services to the BBC. The contract will run for an initial period of two years.

The multi-million pound deal covers the provision of prompting equipment and operators across a wide range of BBC News output. This includes all of the BBC’s national bulletins, News 24, BBC World, Breakfast, Newsnight, Breakfast with Frost and several others.

The BBC also uses Autocue’s service for a wide range of other programs, such as Match of the day, Parkinson, Points of View, Children In Need, Comic Relief, Watchdog, Dead Ringers, The State We're In, Top of The Pops, and Animal Hospital.

For more information visit www.autocue.co.uk

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