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bkman19901,222 posts since 29 Jan 2012 Recently warned
UTV Newsline
Here is something interesting for you to read.

I saw some BBC World News Graphics in the Warner Brothers movie, Justice League, at my local cinema today in Dublin. I heard a female newsreader's voice reading a story about the Amazonians, which is Wonder Woman's homeplace, being under siege from Steppenwolf & his Parademons. I don't know who the newsreader is reading the story in this particular scene. Gal Gadot, who plays Wonder Woman, was doing the scene of carving out a large sculpture in an art & crafts room. All I could see on the portable TV in this scene was a 2013 blank live rolling news ticker with the BBC World News logo & a live onscreen bug.

I thought it looked very nice on the screen. I just thought that I can share that bit of info for you tonight. Wink
Last edited by bkman1990 on 17 November 2017 11:52pm
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gordonthegopher gave kudos
i-lied557 posts since 22 Oct 2012
Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
Are there any guidelines as to what stories mean the London presenter goes first in Newsday over the Singapore presenter? I noticed on Sunday’s edition that London went first then Singapore but last night Singapore went first then London. There doesn’t seem to be any consistency. In one case, I saw Newsday scrapped all together replaced with a BBC News Special from C with Babita Sharma.
itsrobert6,291 posts since 23 Mar 2001
Granada North West Today
A couple of fascinating videos of BBC World footage (including full news bulletins and other assorted presentation elements) from 1997 and 1999 here:





It's really great to see the flags era again. Watching these videos, it strikes me that BBC World News is a completely different channel in 2017. Whether it's just nostalgia, I don't know, but I really do miss those days on BBC World - a much simpler but altogether more impressive time for news presentation.
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