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14th January 2013 - The Worlds Newsroom (January 2013)

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ginnyfan World News
Sally has been tweeting photos from the rehearsals. It looks like she'll be the sole presenter of both hours, doing news and business. While Sally is a great choice and the only one who survived in this slot for ages now, a morning show works better with more people around.

https://twitter.com/SallyBundockBBC
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London Lite Recently warned London London
Is there still going to be a news review before Breakfast?
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AlexS Central (East) Midlands Today
Is there still going to be a news review before Breakfast?

Yes
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Rkolsen World News
Sally has been tweeting photos from the rehearsals. It looks like she'll be the sole presenter of both hours, doing news and business. While Sally is a great choice and the only one who survived in this slot for ages now, a morning show works better with more people around.

https://twitter.com/SallyBundockBBC


If you seen her do rolling breaking news you know she’s more than capable. It’s happened a few times in the past few months and shows her versatility. I imagine the show will have plenty of guests through out and hopefully two of them for the news review.
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MD
mdtauk London London
Interesting that "The Briefing" follows the same title style as "Afternoon Live"
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Rkolsen World News
Not sure if I asked this before but if I did I’m pretty sure I didn’t get an answer but do two of the Furios (presenter left viewer right) closest to the rostrum share the same track? I know the system can handle two dollies on the same track segment.

Also it appears the BBC San Francisco bureaux moved into the CBS bureau. The Cronkite map is the giveaway.

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news junkie Central Reporting Scotland
Not sure if I asked this before but if I did I’m pretty sure I didn’t get an answer but do two of the Furios (presenter left viewer right) closest to the rostrum share the same track? I know the system can handle two dollies on the same track segment.



I think there are actually 3 tracks for the 5 cameras. The outer ring that goes behind the screen has 1, there's a little track with 1 at the front of the desk, next to the catwalk and the ramp to get to the desk, and 1 which goes around the desk platform which has 3 cameras.

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harshy Founding member
You just got to admire the studio design it looks so versatile and futuristic it could easily last a few more years.
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all new Phil Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
I think it looks cack, but each to their own Wink
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Worzel Anglia (West) Look East (West sub-opt)
Personally, an update to the skyline backdrop used on BBC WN wouldn't go a miss. Maybe something a little different or an alternative shot of London?
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Mouseboy33
Well BBC Sport has had an update. Is it time for BBC News? In my opinion its time. From strictly a presentation look, (not budget or content viewpoint) its served the BBC well. But maybe its time. It was innovative for its time. But its been copied and imitated by so many broadcasters around the world. It would be interesting to see what fresh new ideas they can come up to innovate the presentation, than just massaging the swirling red/white globe. Of course the red is the signature, so what can they do to move the presentation forward? Would be interesting to see the next trend setting look. Im sure many will disagree. But each to their own. Wink
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mdtauk London London
BBC News is a much larger organisation to bring into line. And BBC News has to manage their own budgets. It will happen, but in terms of time scale, its easier to handle the other channels and even BBC Weather as it moves to a new provider and new software.

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