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Viakenny316 posts since 6 Oct 2005
BBC World News
Busy day for Brazilian television today:
Globo relaunched their morning newscast, Bom Dia Brasil , with a new set, replacing its 8-year-old predecessor, and its first all-new opening sequence in 12 years, with a new remix of its theme (as usual for Globo, heavily synthesized):


On Band, there was the premiere of a new local morning bulletin for São Paulo, called Bora SP (which loosely translates to "Let's Go São Paulo"), co-presented by Joel Datena (son of Brasil Urgente presenter José Luiz Datena) and Laura Ferreira:


And on regions without their versions of the "Bora" franchise (today also saw the launch of "Bora" newscasts in Paraná, Rio Grande do Sul, Minas Gerais and the Paraíba Valley, in São Paulo), Band has a semi-national newscast, Notícias da Redação ( Café com Jornal , which occupied that timeslot, 7am, moved to 5am):
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AxG3,682 posts since 24 Jul 2006
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Busy day for Brazilian television today:
Globo relaunched their morning newscast, Bom Dia Brasil , with a new set, replacing its 8-year-old predecessor, and its first all-new opening sequence in 12 years, with a new remix of its theme (as usual for Globo, heavily synthesized):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNEYaEHbROY

The background music! Please make it stop! Zipper
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Viakenny316 posts since 6 Oct 2005
BBC World News
Bom Dia Brasil opening sequences, 1996-2006 (including the very first edition broadcast since the move from Brasília to Rio de Janeiro, on April 1st, 1996 and, as then co-presenter Renato Machado said, they weren't "afraid of myths nor of dates"):


June 5th, 2006, when the previous versions of the Bom Dia Brasil theme and opening sequence made their debut:


September 26th, 2011, debut of the previous set and last day of Renato Machado at the desk (he became a correspondent in London, making regular appearances on the newscast, and a couple of years ago he returned home and started doing reports for select episodes of Globo Repórter , the network's weekly documentary series):


And the moment they welcomed Chico Pinheiro, one of the current co-presenters, and said farewell to Renato Machado:

(Renata Vasconcellos, who co-presented the bulletin since Leilane Neubarth moved to the GloboNews channel, spent a short period co-presenting Fantástico , Globo's peculiar Sunday magazine show - featuring investigative reports, BBC Earth documentaries, music performances and football highlights "with a twist", all on the same program - until she went to co-present the network's flagship bulletin, Jornal Nacional )

And the last Bom Dia Brasil from the previous set (well, actually from a temporary set, at a smaller studio, while the new one was being built), presented by the current duo, Chico Pinheiro and Ana Paula Araújo, from last Friday, August 2nd, 2019:
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NYTV (previously asnycBBC) 643 posts since 9 Apr 2009
BBC World News
WNYW New York, U.S. After updating their set, the station started moving away from the Fox O&O standard graphics (not completely as some elements still remain)
Here is the 4:30-7am open, Good Day Wakeup. Previously the 4:30-6am block was called Good Day Early Call and the 6-7am block was "Wakeup"

The 7-10am show, Good Day New York

The former open
Formerly knows as "asnycBBC"
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lhx1985225 posts since 23 Apr 2015
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
WNYW New York, U.S. After updating their set, the station started moving away from the Fox O&O standard graphics (not completely as some elements still remain)
Here is the 4:30-7am open, Good Day Wakeup. Previously the 4:30-6am block was called Good Day Early Call and the 6-7am block was "Wakeup"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8Ftrg6LbZ8
The 7-10am show, Good Day New York
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlB-oI3siGY
The former open
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bi55cDVBe0M

Detecting some influence from the current TEGNA look?
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melpax25 posts since 24 Dec 2013
BBC World News
HSV 7 Melbourne, Australia, 26 May 1982.

With the relay announcement at the opening, this bulletin was relayed to all commercial stations in regional Victoria, Albury NSW (which largely covered Northern Victoria) & Tasmania as their 'National' bulletin. This arrangement continued until early 1987 when the regionals switched their 'National news' bulletin to the Melbourne 9 Network station. This was after HSV was taken over by Sydney-based Fairfax (who owned the Sydney 7 station), and the Sydney management promptly canned most Melbourne-based programming - including handing back the rights to show football, which would be unthinkable today. The news anchor, Mal Walden was also sacked - Mal moved to the 10 Network shortly after. 7's ratings plummeted, Mal's replacement at the anchor desk (who was from interstate & unknown to Melbourne viewers) was soundly beaten in the ratings by Inspector Gadget cartoons shown on the Public Broadcaster, the ABC.....

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