Ditto everyone else... plus this...
This is hypercritical, but something to think about in the future. When you used the xtreme tight of the work "Ready" when your reporter said "ready" wasn't in the right part of the frame.
The human eye is attracted to movement and light. The shot before it led to the upper middle left third of the frame and the red number changing was at the same spot... this is good, except you wanted me to see the word "ready" at the cut. I didn't see it until the end of the shot and she had already move on with her sentence (which I didn't hear because I saw the word "ready" and thought "oh, I get it." But then I missed your next point.)
Eye movement is great when placed well, but It was off on this particular shot.
Yeah, like I said... hypercritical.
Like the others said, you repeated too many shots, I understand if you're proving a point, but if not, it's just pointless. Shoot everything three or four times if you are going to pace your stories like that. That way they don't peter out at the end.
Great job, I don't know if I would have given the story that much effort. Cheers!