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    #1

    Next up on

    Does this mean "Next (up on)" "Next (up on)"? What does "up" mean?

    78)"Next up on the six o'clock news, reporter Kim Junoh will take a look at a recent trend...

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    #2

    Re: Next up on

    (Next up) (on the 6 o'clock news).

    Or (Up next) (on the 6 o'clock news).

    The "up" doesn't really add any meaning.

    "Next on the 6 o'clock news." means the same thing.

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