The Beaumont Bulletin was established in the winter of 2012 by Alex Paver, debuting with their first episode entitled, "Beaumont Bulletin Nov. 30th, 2012." The show's original description was listed as being a "parody news show in the same vein as the Daily Show or Weekend Update on SNL". Originally 5–10-minute biweekly installments, this format lasted for six seasons before changing to a different format of production. In 2018, The Beaumont Bulletin split its content into three smaller segments: The Delayed Show, Debate at the Desk, and Al Fresco. In 2019, Deep Dive and Outside In were added as additional segments. On December 2, 2018, The Beaumont Bulletin broadcasted their first live episode, followed up with another on February 1, 2020. This expanded on the original live show by adding content such as skits, standup, and game shows, summing to a two-hour broadcast. In the fall of 2023, The Beaumont Bulletin changed their format once again to be more evergreen and increase re-watchability. The show pivoted to parodying and satirizing news broadcasting as a whole, much like “The Day Today”, rather than just a focus on topical headlines and news itself. With the new format came longer episodes, head-lies to open the show, 3 blocks of varying in-studio and remote segments, and a commercial break.
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