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FraserGJ78 posts since 18 Mar 2005
HTV Wales Wales Today
Yeah back at 9:22am approx.

Might look later to see if anyone has complained about the clock on the NC being an hour out (despite the Recorded graphic!)

I guess that's a side effect of how NC takes Breakfast - graphics included! Be nice if they could simulcast it and slave the NC graphics to the Breakfast ones (like when NC and World News are sharing output). Probably more complicated than it's worth though...
trance6 posts since 2 May 2019
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMvYlMSRN50


Interestingly at 3:00 in that video Dave Lee, North America Technology Correspondent, is doing a DTL with what looks like a CBS Cronkite-esque globe in the back.
Rkolsen2,761 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World News
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMvYlMSRN50


Interestingly at 3:00 in that video Dave Lee, North America Technology Correspondent, is doing a DTL with what looks like a CBS Cronkite-esque globe in the back.


Almost every CBS Bureau has a version of the Cronkite map. I’m not sure the setup used there in San Francisco whether it’s something the BBC sets up or if it’s network / station (KPIX) flash cam.
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Moz5,458 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Wales Today
Apparently the capitals was a mistake, it’s supposed to be title/sentence case.

While the BBC MIDLANDS TODAY dog is higher than the current BBC NEWS dog - and aligns just under the new Victoria Derbyshire graphics (explaining the current gap) - I doubt they’ll just put the ticker below like that.


Once again it's all guess work, maybe they're going to use the space for programme slugs?

Revised mock based on your comment just to see what it would look like!

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Going on the BBC's habit of massively disappointing us, I reckon it'll be more like this...

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AlexS733 posts since 19 Oct 2016
Central (East) Midlands Today
Today's early evening network bulletin was at 15:35 (due to the FA Cup final) whilst the late evening bulletin is currently scheduled for 00:05 (due to Eurovision). Is this the furthest apart the weekend bulletins have ever been?

I’m hoping it’s not the same presenter?

It was meant to be at the originally scheduled 23:40 so I imagine Kate will be back in a few minutes. Next week is the exact opposite with the current schedule giving 2 hours and 35 minutes between the end of the early evening news and the start of the late.
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