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E-panel invite to BBC news viewers

BBC Newsline presenters Noel Thompson and Donna Traynor
BBC Newsline wants to recruit hundreds more people

BBC television news viewers in Northern Ireland are being invited to have their say about the stories that are covered locally.

The BBC Newsline team is currently signing up people to its "e-panel" which will also give them the opportunity to raise issues they would like to see investigated by the team of reporters and correspondents.

The programme editor, Angelina Fusco, said they wanted to recruit hundreds more people across Northern Ireland to participate in the project.

"BBC Newsline is committed to listening to our audience and we are always eager to hear what they think about the programme and about any local stories they think we should be investigating.

"Also, with our telephone comment line, the e-panel is giving BBC Newsline viewers more opportunities to make a real difference to what they see in their homes each night.

"Participation in the e-panel gives people a chance to make a real difference in what they will see on BBC Newsline - and it will only take a few minutes of their time each month," she said.

If you want to be involved in the "e-panel" you can log on to the BBC Newsline website and follow the instructions on how to register.

The programme will then contact you to hear your views on a number of different subjects.

The first survey is expected to be carried out in the next couple of weeks.

Those taking part in the project must be more than 15 years of age and live in Northern Ireland.



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