It's 09:00 in London, 04:00 in New York City, and 15:00 in Bangkok
There live, at the G20 summit in London.
I just arrived in the Excel Center where the G20 meeting is to begin shortly (it's running 30 minutes late). The G20 Voice bloggers have been allocated a long desk in the center of the "print" section of the Media Center. You could fit two 747 jets inside the media center area of the conference center alone! There are 2,800 journalists and 50 bloggers reporting on the event from inside the summit media center.
At one end of our table is a platform on which about 40 TV cameras are set up. Behind this platform is the "video" section of the media hall. The journalists have small rooms in which they are expected to work. Personally, I think it's nice to be where we are, in the open.
To get here, our bus took us from our hotel to a security zone located some distance away from the Excel Center. First we had our passports checked, and then were taken to a second security point where we received our actual press passes. At that point we got onto a "clean bus" and this vehicle drove us inside the Excel convention center.