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bilky asko4,546 posts since 9 Sep 2006
Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
Bit of an unusual, half-arsed launch this isn't it.

No new set/studio - new to World, but we're all familiar with it through Marr, Sunday Politics and Newsnight - but the graphics, titles and music are going to be tweaked.

How long before Studio C goes on air - that's what I'm really looking forward to.


So basically your first point is null.

Why?

You said that there is no new set, but it's new to World - so it's new, then.

But it's not got any surprises for us.

Well that's not a problem for 99.9% of viewers of BBC World News.
bakamann942 posts since 26 Apr 2008
BBC World
Bit of an unusual, half-arsed launch this isn't it.

No new set/studio - new to World, but we're all familiar with it through Marr, Sunday Politics and Newsnight - but the graphics, titles and music are going to be tweaked.

How long before Studio C goes on air - that's what I'm really looking forward to.


So basically your first point is null.

Why?

You said that there is no new set, but it's new to World - so it's new, then.

But it's not got any surprises for us.

Well that's not a problem for 99.9% of viewers of BBC World News.


BBC World News may be airing Newsnight on a weekly basis, but we do not exactly see the full studio because all I see is the one camera where the "weekly presenter" is talking to, and the black & purple studio lighting.
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bakamann942 posts since 26 Apr 2008
BBC World
Is anyone filming the transition from last TVC bulletin to first NBH broadcast?

I do.

Same here.


I hope I could, but the problem is BBC WN is still broadcasting in 14:9 here in the Philippines.

Satellite?

Most likely, since Philippines is the only country in Southeast Asia that broadcasts in American NTSC.
The only one that I know that also broadcasts in NTSC in Asia is Japan.
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mdtauk5,899 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
Does BBC World News often use a shortened news title sequence in place of the channel ident before programmes? That's how they went into SportsDay.

Also, I thought I was watching Sky News when I heard Qatar Airways sponsoring the weather!? LOL
bakamann942 posts since 26 Apr 2008
BBC World
Does BBC World News often use a shortened news title sequence in place of the channel ident before programmes? That's how they went into SportsDay.

For odd reasons, they use a shortened version of the ident before Sport Today & Asia Business Report.
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ginnyfan2,456 posts since 5 Feb 2006
BBC World
Full 9 second countdown it was. Rolling Eyes

Nice to have one of the veteran presenters (Gowing) doing the final hour.

By the way, where is BBC World (James) at this historic moment for BBC World? Miss his posts.
mdtauk5,899 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
Does BBC World News often use a shortened news title sequence in place of the channel ident before programmes? That's how they went into SportsDay.

For odd reasons, they use a shortened version of the ident before Sport Today & Asia Business Report.


Thanks, the last time I paid this much attention to BBC World News was when I was watching it in Japan a couple of years back now
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