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Nyhetsmorgen (NRK 1/ NRK P2)(https://tv.nrk.no/serie/nyhetsmorgen-tv/2019/NNFA05091319)
Dagsnytt 18 (NRK 2/ NRK P2)(https://tv.nrk.no/serie/dagsnytt-atten-tv/201909/NNFA56091319)
The AM Show (Three, Magic Talk):
EDIT: Damn you, noggin!
You missed off many hours of Sheffield Live's output , but then again you wouldn't want to use that as a good example of radio on TV...
Legends of the Hidden Temple was later shamelessly ripped off by CITV as Jungle Run.
And that other program that should never be remembered...
I can't wait for it. Love it.
The only time I’ve consumed Brexitcast is when they did that weird One Show takeover which I can’t really remember. I will watch one of today’s showings and give it a fair run. I was just giving my opinion in regards to how the trail comes across to someone who’s not listened to the podcast.
Probably not much differently to someone who came across a This Week trail but had never watched it.
Everyone complains that you can tell a politician is lying because their lips are moving, but if nobody ever publicly calls them out on their lies, nothing will change and people's trust in what is being reported will continental to decrease
You're going to have a lot less latency on your control data than any video feeds, so any delays in switching will be masked.
Well, they have access to TC1 again now, so perhaps that's an option unless it's already booked for the 'shiny floor' entertainment shows.
Problem with that is that all the comms facilities needed for a general election show were moved out of TVC and there isn't the space for an adhoc set up.
I was going to say it seems to take 15 seconds for the pan to get into position but IIRC when they did that vote that required suspension it was called and the gap between the Speaker and the clock appearing wasn't anywhere near 15 seconds. But of course the camera probably can move faster than the show-for-effect we see at the end of a session.
Most camera remote systems will re-position differently based on whether they are on-air or off-air (with tally/red light interlock), and/or when manually configured.
When in off-air mode (or CUT mode I think it was called on Radamec - now Shotoku) - the camera will reposition as quickly as possible to the shot being recalled with no consideration for the aesthetics of the move. When in on-air mode (or FADE on some systems even when being operated without red light/tally interlock) the camera will do a nice smooth re-frame over a longer period (which can also be user modified) suitable for being seen on-air.
Radamec is now Vinten.
Also could someone explain to me if the opposition now has more members than the government why isn’t Jeremy Corbyn the PM? Is it because it wasn’t a result of an election year?
We don't have a two party system, and the conservatives are still the largest party in the chamber. Also, a party is allowed to rule with no majority, even from day 1 after an election, but it will struggle to get it's agenda voted through, and there were numerous options available to opposition parties to force them out of power.
The show starts one week today and is only scheduled to be 30 mins long. I'm sure on a busy news day there is scope to extend as it's only the BBC News simulcast that follows.
It has a new look and new titles, but the TV show is just doing to be them recording their normal (non-klaxon edition) podcast, with radio studios in Westminster and Brussels kitted out with cameras. Apparently they had the option to go to a full TV studio, but wanted to stay true to the format.
Well if anything it shows the current backup graphics are indeed the old ones...
Why would "backup graphics" be in a completely different style to the current graphics?
Maybe ask the regions that question I have no idea.
Well, it was you suggesting they were using "backup graphics".
I think this is a bit unfair, for all we know there could have been a technical problem and the options were either this dodgy bodge job or no graphics at all, and they decided the former was more acceptable. As has been mentioned in this thread, many of the regions are pushing their existing resources to the limit, so to cast doubt on their professionalism doesn't seem to be very fair.
Judge the quality of a news programme on its journalism, not some wonky graphics.
Round here though people would much rather they stick a technical fault slide up while they pause the bulletin to reload the graphic templates to get the correct ones on screen, rather than carrying on and having a discussion after to find out what went wrong.
I find it very amusing that some people (and by no means is this limited to this forum) think production teams have no idea what's actually being broadcast and carry on in the blind without a care in the world when things are obviously going wrong on the output.
Probably needs to start on a close up presenter shot and then zoom out to allow the VR graphic to appear.
Is it a static shot? If it is it likely only is a simple graphic overlay or faux AR.
The cameras in Studio E at NBH are AR enabled.
With the rate of change in production technology going on at the moment, making the decision on when to decide what they're going to do going forward is part of the problem. Nobody wants to be the manger to sign off on the new regional kit, only to find out if they'd waited 3 months longer it would have worked out 10% cheaper / easier to do. In the meantime all the regions are stuck in limbo. I suppose they've been fairly lucky that what they currently have is as reliable as it is (and kudos to the regional engineering staff who have to do the maintainance).
Was it ActiveX that caused the viruses, or was it because IE was the most used browser that it's plug in technology was the better target. The plug in format for netscape was just as much of a security hole as activeX, but gets none of the criticism...
Both were designed in the days of the internet being for geeks though and the idea that you could use it for nefarious purposes was generally ignored.
Yes, in terms of implementing the logo into an app icon I’m not sure what else you could do with it other than omitting the word sport?
I've heard a couple of comments along the lines of "why have they removed the BT logo", followed up by incredulation that this *is* the new BT logo.
LNER was the first major organisation to use Gill Sans, back in 1929. They didn't have an exclusive licence either. Of course, Gill Sans is very closely linked to Johnston - as used by the Underground - both in terms of design and designers (Eric Gill worked on Johnston).
You didn't mention powerline before - if the HDMI to Cat5 stuff is just a way to convert it to a connector that will work with powerline plugs, give up now!