BBC News: BBC One bulletins, News Channel, World News, Regional news, website
BBC Sport: Football, rugby, tennis, snooker, golf, athletics, Olympics, website
This is a meaningless comparison. "Regional news" involves a dozen different regional centres, each with different kit and some far more advanced than others. That in itself is slightly more complicated than a football programme made by BBC Sport in Salford using the same graphics as a rugby programme made by BBC Sport in Salford.
If you're counting individual sports in the Sport total, you should count each individual news programme in the News total.
Exactly my point. Thank you.
Even then you could break things down further:
BBC One bulletins - template graphics (standard lower thirds etc), specifically made story-related bumpers/explainers
News Channel/World - branded strands (dozens on World alone)
Regional news - template graphics (standard lower thirds etc), specifically made story-related bumpers/explainers x 20
Website - 45 different languages (including English)
I could go on but I think/hope you get the idea. Think about it logically and be patient. It's a font.