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09/11/2011

C5 Drops News Magazine Show

Channel 5 is dropping its early evening entertainment news magazine show OK! TV as part of the move to switch its news contract from Sky News back to ITN, it has been revealed.
The spin off from Richard Desmond's celebrity magazine will be dropped after only nine months on air as Sky News produced it.
The show, which was launched in February as a replacement for the teatime magazine show Live from Studio 5, also produced by Sky News, aimed to deliver a ratings boost to the broadcaster's early evening schedule.
However, it was beset with problems from the beginning when Denise Van Outen, who was to have been one of the main presenters, walked out days before the first broadcast.
ITN is expected to take over the 5 News production contract in February.
(LB)
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