Remember the mid 1980s to early 1990s era of BBC News, where each bulletin had their own unique look? Does every news bulletin now have to have the same look and style as every other bulletin, or is there something nice about a variety of styles to suit that particular time of day?
In 1990, there were a unique look for Breakfast News, One O'Clock News, Six O'Clock News, with only the Nine O'Clock News sharing the look with weekend news/bank holiday news bulletins. I enjoyed the individual looks, each worked perfect for the time of day they were at.
From 1993 when they introduced the computer generated news studio set for the BBC, we were on the path to the "corporate" look for news bulletins, all looking as one.
It's what I liked best about the BBC's 1993 and ITN's 1995 looks. They were unified, but each had their own individuality. Even the 1999 ITN look had a bit of individuality initially (different camera angles on zoom in, order of titles/headlines, but now of course, every bulletin looks the same)