A FORMER Prime Television employee believes the relocation of Wagga's Prime bulletin to Canberra is a concern for regional areas if too much localism is taken out of the broadcast.Prime Television will centralise the news bulletins streaming from both the Wagga and Orange studios to the broadcaster's Canberra headquarters.A date for the move is yet to be announced.Sky News chief executive officer Angelos Frangopoulos, a former Prime Orange employee, said it was disappointing to see the loss of the regional studios, saying that the news services were known for their quality."Technology is a great thing if we embrace it the right way," he said."It's important that regional TV doesn't perpetuate the mistakes made by regional radio stations and remove so much localism that it has just become a network feed with 1800 numbers and weather inserts attached."Wagga Prime News presenter, Doug Hogan, who has worked with the broadcaster in the city for 28 years, has been promoted to deputy network news editor in Canberra and will continue reading the bulletin to regional viewers.John Rudd, Prime Canberra network news editor has insisted that the Wagga content will remain very much the same, the only change is the lack of studio use in Wagga."With an institution like Prime, which has been around for a certain length of time, people do get concerned," he said."We will have exactly the same number of reporters, the same number of camera operators and we will be upgrading the equipment."No one should be worried, that is the last thing we want.""We have been doing it for years, and we will continue to do it for years."