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ADmanamDA78 posts since 28 Aug 2016
From Singapore: The main new programs of Mediacorp's two other non-English language channels rebranded and debuted in studios of the new headquarters at the end of Feb 2017.
Suria channel (Malay) - Berita - debuted on Feb 27, 2017 <old vs. new graphics>

Vasantham channel (Tamil) - Seithi - debuted on Feb 28, 2017 <old vs. new graphics>

Mediacorp's Channel 5 News (English) and Channel NewsAsia (English news channel) will also rebrand and move into new studios soon.
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Mr Q661 posts since 17 Apr 2003
BBC World
A bit of fun from the Netherlands' election - presenters on Denmark's TV2 News have a crack at delivering the news in Dutch.



Leading to Dutch broadcasters responding in kind:


See also NOS's effort.
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uktvwatcher27 posts since 26 Feb 2016
BBC World
On March 19th, BR Fernsehen's regional news for North Bayern, "Frankenschau Aktuell" and weekly regional magazine "Frankenschau" will get a new graphics, new studio and new music:
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London Lite7,948 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
Changes to France 2's breakfast news output from Monday.

France 2 will simulcast Franceinfo from 0600-0630, then Télématin starts at 0630. Presumably this is to promote Franceinfo's output on a higher placed EPG channel than any cuts to F2's flagship breakfast show.
The SNT Three784 posts since 17 Sep 2005
Anglia (East) Look East
Changes to France 2's breakfast news output from Monday.

France 2 will simulcast Franceinfo from 0600-0630, then Télématin starts at 0630. Presumably this is to promote Franceinfo's output on a higher placed EPG channel than any cuts to F2's flagship breakfast show.


From what I can gather, restrictions on French broadcasters simulcasting output mean that Franceinfo won't start broadcasting on their own channel until 06:30, and that the 06:00 half hour will only go out on France 2.

It's for the same reason that you do not see any simulcasts of network news on the news channels, and vice versa.
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London Lite7,948 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
Changes to France 2's breakfast news output from Monday.

France 2 will simulcast Franceinfo from 0600-0630, then Télématin starts at 0630. Presumably this is to promote Franceinfo's output on a higher placed EPG channel than any cuts to F2's flagship breakfast show.


From what I can gather, restrictions on French broadcasters simulcasting output mean that Franceinfo won't start broadcasting on their own channel until 06:30, and that the 06:00 half hour will only go out on France 2.

It's for the same reason that you do not see any simulcasts of network news on the news channels, and vice versa.


During the Nice attacks, TF1 simulcast LCI, but had no branding.

The EPG for Franceinfo hasn't changed to extend France 24 until 6.30 yet.

EPG for France 2 has the Franceinfo bulletin from 0600-0625, with the Télématin news bulletin at 0625.