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BBC News (UK) presentation - Reith launch onwards

From Monday 15th July 2019

JW
JamesWorldNews Central World News
Joe posted:
Would this be better in a new thread?


Yes. New thread, please. Otherwise, it will just get “buried” here amidst Brexit and Victoria Derbyshire stuff. Lol.
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JO
Joe
New titles, music and slight changes to the set... don't think it would warrant a new thread.

Good job making new threads is free then!
OM
OrmeMac North Reporting Scotland
Joe posted:
New titles, music and slight changes to the set... don't think it would warrant a new thread.

Good job making new threads is free then!


They clearly think they have money to burn changing titles so soon after they were Reith-ed and appointing yet another presenter when they've got more than enough as it is who have managed to cover all shifts till now. It's not even as if the new presenter is on five days a week - only three! Maybe they would have been better concentrating on properly rolling out Reith across all templates such as travel in the morning.
BR
Brekkie Recently warned Wales Wales Today
The new presenter isn't new at all - she's a BBC Scotland newsreader. The title change is long overdue but may be little more than a recoloured version of the English regions effort.
Turns out nobody had 2020 vision.
IT
Ittr
Unsure if anybody else noticed this, but the old pre-Reith coming up sting appeared right after the correct one, leading into the News at 10. Interestingly, the one which played by mistake seemed to be far lower in terms of video quality than the correct one.
AN
Andrew Founding member Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
A nice 2 and a half minute long headline sequence there as well.
JO
Josh
Don't think it is significant enough for a separate thread but:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-50150981
Last edited by Josh on 24 October 2019 12:22am
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SS
SuperSajuuk North Reporting Scotland
Old style paper review for both versions this evening, the AR graphics broke (the circular graphic on the table was across Lukwesa instead), then the 11.30pm bulletin just played under the older system
JF
JF World News West Country (East) Points West
I wonder why BBC News at One wasn't extended with this Trump press conference like with Bin Laden
NE
newsdesk (previously MC4) Wales Wales Today
Old style paper review for both versions this evening, the AR graphics broke (the circular graphic on the table was across Lukwesa instead), then the 11.30pm bulletin just played under the older system

No AR graphics either for the Sunday morning paper review it seems either when having a quick look on iPlayer
BR
Brekkie Recently warned Wales Wales Today
I wonder why BBC News at One wasn't extended with this Trump press conference like with Bin Laden

Because a statement from Trump isn't verification an event has actually happened.
Turns out nobody had 2020 vision.
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IT
Ittr
MC4 posted:
Old style paper review for both versions this evening, the AR graphics broke (the circular graphic on the table was across Lukwesa instead), then the 11.30pm bulletin just played under the older system

No AR graphics either for the Sunday morning paper review it seems either when having a quick look on iPlayer

Not sure if it's just me but I actually prefer the paper review without the (pointless IMO) AR graphics as it's easier to understand without the gimmicky transitions all over the place which are just distracting.
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