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BBI45673 posts since 2 Aug 2015
Central (East) East Midlands Today

Some changes are currently underfoot at VTM. From today, they are broadcasting from a virtual studio, as the former studio is being renovated and repurposed as radio studios. This comes as VTM Nieuws is preparing to move from the current building, which is located outside Brussels, to new premises in Antwerp, which will be shared with the many newspapers and magazines owned by VTM's parent company.

Now, if this is the temporary studio, then they've done a good job of hiding it:

Putting the butt into butter
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Woodpecker207 posts since 19 Jan 2018
Central (West) Midlands Today

Some changes are currently underfoot at VTM. From today, they are broadcasting from a virtual studio, as the former studio is being renovated and repurposed as radio studios. This comes as VTM Nieuws is preparing to move from the current building, which is located outside Brussels, to new premises in Antwerp, which will be shared with the many newspapers and magazines owned by VTM's parent company.

Now, if this is the temporary studio, then they've done a good job of hiding it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vptjLdbOok


I agree. If you look very closely, the camera pans in the titles and at the end are pre-recorded. Still, as you've said, it's not something the vast majority of viewers would notice.
London Lite9,658 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
France 3 lunchtime regional news for the greater Paris region, 20th August 2018. I've also added the air quality report and out of vision weather. As with all regional news output on France 3, it's in SD, but recorded from the HD channel.

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Viakenny298 posts since 6 Oct 2005
BBC World
Over the past few weeks, more Globo affiliates have been adopting the network's new graphics package for their local newscasts. Since there are many stations, and each one has its own version of the opens, I decided to post mostly compilations of those opens over the years, including the new ones.

EPTV (with stations covering Campinas, Ribeirão Preto and São Carlos, in São Paulo, and Varginha, in Minas Gerais):


Rede Bahia de Televisão (with stations covering the entire state of Bahia):
Jornal da Manhã - once again I note that the name "Bom Dia Bahia" is owned by TV Aratu, a former Globo affiliate (currently affiliated to SBT)


Bahia Meio-Dia :


BATV (includes an open for Aratu Notícias from when TV Aratu was a Globo affiliate):


TV Anhanguera Tocantins (the Goiás stations rebranded earlier):
Bom Dia Tocantins :


Jornal Anhanguera 1ª Edição (aka JA1 ):


Jornal Anhanguera 2ª Edição (aka JA2 , Palmas):

Araguaína:


And, as mentioned on a previous post, RPC (with stations covering all of Paraná):
Bom Dia Paraná :


Meio Dia Paraná (fka Paraná TV 1ª Edição ) and Boa Noite Paraná (fka Paraná TV 2ª Edição ):
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