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ittrgrey305 posts since 30 Sep 2017
I mostly like it, just not sure on the font used for the programme title at the end.

Yeah, Gill Sans is better
Change back to ITV1, as it's less confusing than calling the channel ITV and calling the company ITV!
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Bruce12345503 posts since 14 Feb 2013
STV Central Reporting Scotland
Not really sure this makes sense? I think it looks messy because you’ve overload their existing titles and just dropped the opacity. And why London? BBC Breakfast is based in Salford. And I agree the font looks bad. Music also sounds clunky.
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cityprod1,869 posts since 3 Oct 2005
Westcountry Spotlight
Ideally, yes you would use shots from around the UK, though I admit I have no problem with the final shot being London, rather than Salford. In practice though, finding shots of UK locations outside of London can be tricky, as I have tried to do a few times with some ideas I've had.
Newsroom24203 posts since 28 Jan 2017
Westcountry Points West
It's a good mock overall - I like it!

I particuarly like:

1. The overall flow of the mock, it looks and feels realistic.

2. The use of real places for the title sequence.

My only critisisms have already been mentioned, but I'll say them anyway:

1. I like the shots you have used and would be more apropriate if the show was based in London, but even still using shots of locations and scenes from around the UK would better represent the shows target audience (the UK as a whole).

2. I really don't like the font you have used for 'Breakfast' at the end, to me this is the weakest thing about the mock.

3. While the music is fine, I'm not really sure it suits a morning show - prehaps try something a little 'lighter'.

4. I might extend the titles to 15 or even 20 seconds.

At the moment, it's 3/5 from me, but with some modifications it could easily be a 4/5 - nice mock, well done!
Woodpecker207 posts since 19 Jan 2018
Central (West) Midlands Today
Excellent job - but as others have said, way too London-centric, especially for a programme that comes from Salford. I do like the music you've used, though - much better than what is currently used. (I do think that the current theme is awfully bland - suits the programme, I suppose...)