Having outlined how journalists perceived their role within the peace process and how they worked with the politics of that process, I now intend to investigate how television news coverage of peace was decided and managed. Based on interviews with news editors (see Appendix 1), I aim to identify the selective processes and practices used to influence reports, and try to establish whether the peace process paradigm created new problems for editors when producing reports about the developing peace. I want to see if the peace process produced any significant change in the decision-making priorities of editors and to find out how they perceived their role in relation to the politics of peace. Overall, this part of the study will interrogate how news operations are managed in the context of the peace process.