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LL
London Lite Founding member
Ugh. I never liked Euronews-style newscasts without anchors. They always look like a bunch of reports thrown together without any "glue" to join them into a single program.


It's similar to France 3's 'Edition des Régions' which goes out on platforms that don't have the regional feeds. Still better than BBC One HD's filler during regional bulletins.

Here's an edition from 2014.

Rkolsen and WW Update gave kudos
WW
WW Update
Our next stop is U.S. First Lady's native country -- represented here by public broadcaster RTV Slovenija, 2016:

AD
ADmanamDA
NHK Newsline, the news bulletin of Japan's NHK World TV, has just rebranded with a new intro and theme.
NY
NYTV
NHK Newsline, the news bulletin of Japan's NHK World TV, has just rebranded with a new intro and theme.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJYS7k7Gqf4

They've actually been under the NHK Newsline since August 2016 and the current open was introduced in October
MO
Mouseboy33
I love how "restrainted" the NHK World set is. Because some of their domestic sets are "sommat else" Whew!
NG
noggin Founding member
I love how "restrainted" the NHK World set is. Because some of their domestic sets are "sommat else" Whew!


Yep - and most native Japanese studios are lit to within an inch of their lives...
QN
Quatorzine Neko
Ugh. I never liked Euronews-style newscasts without anchors. They always look like a bunch of reports thrown together without any "glue" to join them into a single program.

It's a bit sad indeed. However French local channels often run on low budgets, so this is quite commonplace across French local channels.

Some channel do nice efforts, though. For example, TV7 Bordeaux, still airing.

BB
BBI45
I love how "restrainted" the NHK World set is. Because some of their domestic sets are "sommat else" Whew!


Yep - and most native Japanese studios are lit to within an inch of their lives...

そうですね。(はい、これは日本語です。)

Some videos included are outdated, but they are all still decent.


And here is an example from TV Tokyo (look for the blooper in the top left at 0:33)
Last edited by BBI45 on 24 January 2017 4:21pm
DV
dvboy
Ugh. I never liked Euronews-style newscasts without anchors. They always look like a bunch of reports thrown together without any "glue" to join them into a single program.

It's a bit sad indeed. However French local channels often run on low budgets, so this is quite commonplace across French local channels.

Some channel do nice efforts, though. For example, TV7 Bordeaux, still airing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sF5HwDQCi_Y


Something that the local stations here could learn from.
BB
BBI45
NHK Newsline, the news bulletin of Japan's NHK World TV, has just rebranded with a new intro and theme.

I first saw it used in November. It was likely launched before then.

Edit: This video was uploaded in October.
MO
Mouseboy33
BBI45 posted:
I love how "restrainted" the NHK World set is. Because some of their domestic sets are "sommat else" Whew!


Yep - and most native Japanese studios are lit to within an inch of their lives...

そうですね。(はい、これは日本語です。)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gyw-_L2HtqEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOaAr1fbJ34https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHmpQ04d5mI
Some videos included are outdated, but they are all still decent.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hT1wFU6Cx8E
And here is an example from TV Tokyo (look for the blooper in the top left at 0:33)

Thanks for posting some of those sets are amazing. Wow. News Terrace is different as it WBC's plant filled columns and orange backdrop. Its also interesting to note that North America isnt the only part of the world in which CALLSIGNS are used on air, (Japan uses the J-sequence) but its NA use gets frequently ridiculed as if its something soley strangely unique to US stations and it irrelevant. Interesting.
Last edited by Mouseboy33 on 24 January 2017 5:26pm - 2 times in total
BB
BBI45
BBI45 posted:

Yep - and most native Japanese studios are lit to within an inch of their lives...

そうですね。(はい、これは日本語です。)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gyw-_L2HtqEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOaAr1fbJ34https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHmpQ04d5mI
Some videos included are outdated, but they are all still decent.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hT1wFU6Cx8E
And here is an example from TV Tokyo (look for the blooper in the top left at 0:33)

Thanks for posting some of those sets are amazing. Wow. News Terrace is different as it WBC's plant filled columns and orange backdrop. Its also interesting to note that North America isnt the only part of the world in which CALLSIGNS are used on air, (Japan uses the J-sequence) but its NA use gets frequently ridiculed as if its something soley strangely unique to US stations and it irrelevant. Interesting.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_signs_in_Asia#Japan

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