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BBC Breakfast Salford Studio Idea

(July 2011)

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DF
DrewF
This is just a quick impression of the studio that Breakfast might have once they have moved to Salford. This studio takes ideas from both the current BBC News look and parts of the Daybreak studio - but BBC News by this point will have a brand new look from this I'm sure!

Shot of Both Presenters
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Presenter 1
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Presenter 2
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Interview/Handover to Sport presenter
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Plasma screen with glass surround, for sport or interview
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Handover to Barco wall for business/weather/feature
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Presenter and Barco wall
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This studio was made in Google Sketchup - if anyone wants the skp file then let me know and I'll put a link up.
TV
tvworld
10/10! I'd love to see the Sketch Up file to get a better Idea of a great mock
MW
Mike W
2.5/10 from myself. I'm not a fan of this sort of set, reminds me of Midlands Today 2004-2009
JK
JK08
Great, I really like them. The only thing that I would say is that I think the sofa is a mucky orangey colour if you know what I mean, If it was just tweaked slightly it would look a lot better in my opinion. 9.5/10 though!
DF
DrewF
Thanks for the comments everybody, much appreciated.

Here's a link to the skp file - please have a little respect by keeping this to yourself. Feel free to edit but don't send to other people and don't reproduce on other websites. Thanks very much!

http://up.metropol247.co.uk/woah/BBC%20Breakfast%20Salford.skp
DD
DarkestDreams
I like the plasma, but that's one ugly view out of the window.
SI
sir
Great stuff there, just wondering though why the studio is on the other side of the canal?
DF
DrewF
Cheers for the comments.

Quite frankly I've no idea what Salford Quays looks like, nor have I any idea of the size/shape of the studio and windows they'll be using. The background I used is from a Google search of 'Salford Quays panorama' to provide a wider view of the backdrop, but it's not quite wide enough so some parts are repeated!
MW
Mike W
DrewF posted:
Cheers for the comments.

Quite frankly I've no idea what Salford Quays looks like, nor have I any idea of the size/shape of the studio and windows they'll be using. The background I used is from a Google search of 'Salford Quays panorama' to provide a wider view of the backdrop, but it's not quite wide enough so some parts are repeated!


I suppose on solution would be to create a window film (like a PNG with Alpha channel) and stick that over the repeated edges to hide it.

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