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Seb1,239 posts since 13 Sep 2005
cityprod posted:
They used the opening title again at the end of the Ten O'Clock News tonight. I wonder if that is because that's the last time we'll see that sequence on screen.


I would have thought so - thought i was a nice touch myself Wink
noggin14,544 posts since 26 Jun 2001
G4 posted:
So long to News 24, you had a great 11 years. Let's hope for 11+ even better years from BBC News Channel!


Technically - 10 years and 4 and a bit months...
RJH Glover289 posts since 4 Oct 2006
News 24 is entering it's final night, not going to be same calling it "BBC News" or "BBC News Channel". What's "E24" going to become? Since the "24" is being ditched a guess would be it becomes "E" but "E" is a name of a TV channel.
AxG3,716 posts since 24 Jul 2006
RJH Glover posted:
News 24 is entering it's final night, not going to be same calling it "BBC News" or "BBC News Channel". What's "E24" going to become? Since the "24" is being ditched a guess would be it becomes "E" but "E" is a name of a TV channel.

But it is called "E!". Smile
bbc140427 posts since 26 Dec 2006
alarsne53 posted:
cityprod posted:
They used the opening title again at the end of the Ten O'Clock News tonight. I wonder if that is because that's the last time we'll see that sequence on screen.


I would have thought so - thought i was a nice touch myself Wink


The ten should have said goodbye!
Worzel4,742 posts since 8 Jan 2008
RJH Glover posted:
News 24 is entering it's final night, not going to be same calling it "BBC News" or "BBC News Channel". What's "E24" going to become? Since the "24" is being ditched a guess would be it becomes "E" but "E" is a name of a TV channel.


You could say the same thing about the Text Number... 61124.

I reckon they will use the 81010 number as their new textline number (rather than just for getting updates to your phone).
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