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VMPhil8,938 posts since 31 Mar 2005
Granada North West Today
That recorded graphic isn’t great, it’s a little bit obstructing.

I think it has to be that long in order to cover up the ‘LIVE’ location tag, which could be any length.

I did think that but surely just the 'LIVE' part could be covered?

I suppose it's the least of the gallery's priorities at the moment.

Perhaps because it would take it outside of the 4:3 safe area (when it was designed)? Only because the rest of the graphics are still 4:3 safe.
bilky asko5,178 posts since 9 Sep 2006
Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
That recorded graphic isn’t great, it’s a little bit obstructing.

I think it has to be that long in order to cover up the ‘LIVE’ location tag, which could be any length.

I did think that but surely just the 'LIVE' part could be covered?

I suppose it's the least of the gallery's priorities at the moment.

Presumably it also covers the Local Time part of the strap
ALV91 posts since 29 Dec 2017
BBC World
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It seems they are back live now on both channels. On the NC it seems they have lost furio track datas for the cameras but for WN the cameras seems to operate normally.
AlexS529 posts since 19 Oct 2016
Central (East) Midlands Today
Afternoon live has turned in to a normal bulletin without sport or weather stings in the headlines.
World News seems to be showing a typical edition of Global (although B always uses manual cameras with actual cameramen and women rather than the automated cameras in E.
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SuperSajuuk157 posts since 24 Feb 2018
STV North Reporting Scotland
It seems they are back live now on both channels. On the NC it seems they have lost furio track datas for the cameras but for WN the cameras seems to operate normally.

I'm pretty sure that Global comes from Studio B (or whichever one they normally use for Newsnight and Victoria), which are manually operated by humans (afaik?) and not controlled by a computer, thus they'll work as normal.

EDIT: Was confirmed earlier by another poster.
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