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Unlike the wonderful debating between them and Anna Botting, this is a screech fest in comparison and always found them more like the Pledge panelists.
I wouldn't read too much in to last night, being a bank holiday.
It is, but I wouldn't have thought they were big enough to have a TV channel associated with them. I could be wrong though.
The blue doesn't look too bad in that last screenshot, although the blotchy join between the white and the blue is weird.
I certainly hope that there is more than one presentation point.
They don’t need a new desk position, as they can change the screen graphics. The green screen angle is actually the other side of the camera shot, the screens are actually LED screens.
Is the whole wall made of LED screens or just the bit in the middle?
Looks like the the whole of both walls in that pic are screens. You can just make out the lines between the different panels (I think). Quite a clever look, and gives them flexibility to do 'big wall' stuff including the weather.
Does anyone know whether other news channels are using this term in their reports?
What sort of process is there in place for permitting the use of such words?
I expect as it fits Sky News' incessant anti-Trump agenda it's allowed.
Don't talk wet.
Not who rates who slightly more than someone else.
And to top it off comments announcing who they are glad has gone.
All rather too personal for my liking. I'm sure Digital Spy would be glad to host such fascinating opinions.
What is to update though - the resignation is done, the reasons have been covered in depth in recent weeks and any replacement won't be named until tomorrow at the earliest.
The breaking news alerts on people's mobiles and tablets will prompt them to switch on Sky News. After receiving that alert, people may be slightly confused to see a 60 minute long recorded programme.