In 1955, BBC Northern Ireland appointed its first television news reporter.
This exhibition traces the development of BBC journalism at local level. It looks at some of the people, programmes and editorial issues associated with the BBC's coverage of a changing Northern Ireland.
It also describes how technological developments have affected the BBC's work and the role of the broadcast journalist in an increasingly digital world.
These were years of beginnings with BBCNI's first television news journalist and first television news bulletins
Unrest begins and the Belfast newsroom faces the challenge of reporting conflict on the streets
Northern Ireland's Troubles are now world news. The newsroom becomes a hub and a training ground.
This was the decade of the Broadcasting Ban, Real Lives and continuing bloodshed on the streets.
The first faltering steps are taken towards a political solution and digital technology changes the broadcasting world.
The new century delivers a changing agenda – events on a global scale and the developing needs of the local audience.
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