GB News’ The Great British Breakfast launch plagued by sound issues
GB News was plagued by further technical issues during the launch of The Great British Breakfast and viewers found it hard to ignore.
Andrew Neil’s news channel launched on Sunday night with a special programme starring himself, followed by Dan Wootton’s nightly episode.
Monday morning then saw the launch of The Great British Breakfast, hailed by many as an alternative to ITV’s Good Morning Britain, featuring presenters Kirsty Gallacher, Nana Akua and Darren McCaffrey.
However, it wasn’t without hiccups as a few minutes into TGBB’s launch show, the studio switched to a regional reporter whose sound cut out seconds later, forcing them to change to another presenter out in the field.
Throughout the first half hour, viewers complained about the poor sound quality with many of the studio hosts surrounded by an echo.
Kirsty later admitted to a guest presenter: ‘We’re getting used to it.’
Viewers pleaded with GB News producers to fix the technical issues, which also plagued the launch programmes yesterday.
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