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“GMB” moves to Television Centre with a familiar, refined look

ITV’s “Good Morning Britain” continued its evolution this morning, relocating to Studio TC3 at Television Centre in London.

The change follows a year of updates for the program, which has continued to hone its focus on breaking news stories.

“The show has changed quite a lot in the last year or so. We launched the show [in 2014] as a really newsy show, then it went through a period where it had some changes,” notes Erron Gordon, series director of “Good Morning Britain.” “With the arrival of Piers Morgan, it made us head back into a newsy direction, and it feels like that’s the right place to be.”

Originally launched in 2014, replacing “Daybreak,” “Good Morning Britain” was a new breakfast program concept for ITV, bringing an American-style morning program to the country.

As of today, April 15, 2018, all of ITV’s morning programming block, including “Good Morning Britain,” “This Morning,” “Lorrain,” and “Loose Women,” now originate from Television Centre, which has had a storied past previously with the BBC.

ITV does expect to return to its former location at The London Studios in about five years after a new building is constructed which will house offices along with luxury condos on the River Thames.

An opportunity to learn from the show

Working with Jack Morton Worldwide, who designed the original set, “Good Morning Britain” used the move as a chance to update, but not redefine, its on-air presence.

“We wanted to keep it the same but with botox,” joked Gordon. “It’s a familiar sort of feel and look, but you can tell some things have changed and gotten better.”

“When we launched the show, the set was really different for a U.K. audience. Now we’re established and it’s nice to be able to attack it again and this time make it be a little

Article source: http://www.newscaststudio.com/2018/04/16/itv-good-morning-britain-studio/

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