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Nine news launching

STILL THE ONE: Nine News veteran news reader Jo Hall will present the new Western Victoria bulletin from next month. Picture: Kate Healy
Nanjing Night Net

Regional broadcaster Southern Cross Austereolaunchesits dedicated Nine News Western Victoria bulletin to the south-west next month.

Presented by veteran news reader JoHall, the Western Victoria bulletin is the fifth in a series of 15 Nine Newsregional bulletins to be rolled out in the coming months as part of one of the biggest expansions of news operations in Australia.

The Ballarat-based bulletin ofNine Newsis set to go head-to-head in the 6pm timeslot with longstandingWIN News.

During a visit to Ballarat on Monday as part of a regional tour, Ms Hall saidthe roll-out was a big win for regional journalism.

“At a time when a lot of media organisations are shutting down andeverything is diminishing, I think it is fantasticNine are doing this because they’re actually hiring and re-building newsrooms to ensure high quality news content is still being createdfor regional communities rather than the other way around,” she said.

Ms Hall said the bulletin will be a mix oflocal stories including dedicated local sport and weather reports, blended with national and international coverage.

“It’s going to bring viewers the news of the day – their news of the day,” Ms Hallsaid.

“Everyone loves to hear what is happening overseas, but they also want to know is happening in Canberra in federal politics nationally, what’s happening in Melbourne andwhat is happening in their own city.”

A team of three journalists andtwo cameramen will be working on the ground inBallarat and the surrounding region to gather news as it breaks.

“The benefit of it being done remotely is that part of Nine’s commitment when they took over these stations wasa top-quality news service would be produced out of Nine’s stations which included news bureaus based all aroundregional Victoria,” Ms Hall said.

The teamwillwork alongsideproduction and editorial staff based in Melbourne.

Produced by Nine as part of its $500 million affiliation agreement with Southern Cross Austereo, the hour-long regional bulletins will air Monday to Friday.

The new bulletin will broadcast from Warrnambool and Portland in the south, as far west as the South Australia border and north as far as Warracknabeal.

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