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Markymark4,774 posts since 13 Dec 2004
Meridian (North) South Today
Other programme from right hand side. Sportsceen, Sunday politics scotland, holyrood, etc its a well used studio.

[img]www.tvlive.org.uk/media/bbcnews2008/regions/scotland/2014/studio13.jpg[/img]


Well that makes it much easier And they don't have to race against the clock while leaving parts of it up during Reporting Scotland.

Scotland really does have a nice network set.


It's very similar to Cardiff, same idea there, one side for the BBC Wales Today, the other side for S4C Newyddion and other stuff.
Critique2,853 posts since 9 Aug 2009
Anglia (East) Look East
Yes, Timeline appeared to be using both sides of the studio when I took a look, but I only posted a screengrab from their use of one side - thus they must have a lot of work to do in half an hour! Furthermore, that massive rostrum in my screengrab definitely eats into the space of the unseen other side of the set - it comes out a lot further than the normal Reporting Scotland rostrum on that side of the set does, to the extent I'd imagine the camera in my screengrab would be somewhere near the main desk in Reporting Scotland is.
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Austin Tatious496 posts since 1 Jan 2016
HTV West Points West
I'm currently visiting family in Inverclyde.

I caught a bit of the 08:27 and circa 9am bulletins during this morning's Breakfast.

The former had the usual Squinty Bridge backdrop, but the latter was a view of the Riverside Museum. I never previously knew that this backdrop option for RS even existed, nor when/why they would opt to use it. There was a fair bit of camera wobble of the view, which made it look like the studio itself was experiencing an earthquake.
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Markymark4,774 posts since 13 Dec 2004
Meridian (North) South Today
I'm currently visiting family in Inverclyde.

I caught a bit of the 08:27 and circa 9am bulletins during this morning's Breakfast.

The former had the usual Squinty Bridge backdrop, but the latter was a view of the Riverside Museum. I never previously knew that this backdrop option for RS even existed, nor when/why they would opt to use it. There was a fair bit of camera wobble of the view, which made it look like the studio itself was experiencing an earthquake.


The Studio C screens often have a panoramic view of the skyline (go back a page or two, and there's a pic), presumably from three or four roof cams at PQ. Any of those can be selected to appear on any back drop screen in Studio C, or the newsroom position, (which has a projected image, as well as roller blinds that can be pulled down with various printed images)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kpubu4u651qihsj/PQ_NEWSROOM.jpg?dl=0
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