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Rkolsen2,763 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World News
Oh wow! Over-the-shoulder “drop ins” on Global in Studio C, alternating between the main backdrop (where the drop ins are occurring) and the normal dual wide plasma shots. Nice! I like the drop ins.

You mean on the backdrop where the city normally appears?
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JamesWorldNews7,934 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News
Oh wow! Over-the-shoulder “drop ins” on Global in Studio C, alternating between the main backdrop (where the drop ins are occurring) and the normal dual wide plasma shots. Nice! I like the drop ins.

You mean on the backdrop where the city normally appears?


Yes. The main backdrop.

Matthew tweeted back that Studio B was in use for Election rehearsals, so they all moved to Studio C for the day. Global and Focus on Africa.
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Rkolsen2,763 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World News
Oh wow! Over-the-shoulder “drop ins” on Global in Studio C, alternating between the main backdrop (where the drop ins are occurring) and the normal dual wide plasma shots. Nice! I like the drop ins.

You mean on the backdrop where the city normally appears?


Yes. The main backdrop.

Matthew tweeted back that Studio B was in use for Election rehearsals, so they all moved to Studio C for the day. Global and Focus on Africa.

Guess since it was a English local election they weren’t planning anything big but since it turned into a EU they may not have had time for Elstree.
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dvboy9,814 posts since 11 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today
You mean on the backdrop where the city normally appears?


Yes. The main backdrop.

Matthew tweeted back that Studio B was in use for Election rehearsals, so they all moved to Studio C for the day. Global and Focus on Africa.

Guess since it was a English local election they weren’t planning anything big but since it turned into a EU they may not have had time for Elstree.

English Local elections and EU elections are on different dates.
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Rkolsen2,763 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World News
So I noticed on the Business Briefing the Aston they used during the opening was “Wroom Wroom” talking about the NY International Car Show about effects Trumps policies on the auto industry. Is Wroom Wroom the normal way of spelling the sound of an engine in the UK? In the US and a lot of other parts it seems it’s more Vroom Vroom.
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