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Move-in delayed until Summer

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Michael
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We've got those enclosed sofas in work.
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Ballyboy UTV Newsline
I think it’s very nice, giving the way the chair is facing we might have a Midlands today 2004-2012 backdrop
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BroadcastWales
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Thanks for sharing the photo.
Based purely on what's visible, the studio looks very promising. I can't wait to see the new studio and Wales Today in full HD when they eventually move!

It's also a nice change that the design appears fresh and different to the usual NBH set structure.
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cmthwtv West Country (East) Points West
Something nice to look forward to in broadcasting, particularly in these uncertain times.
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BBI45 Central (East) East Midlands Today
they’ll move into their new home with the new studio next year hopefully because of COVID

Surely they won't be leaving it until next year unless they absolutely have to.
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Newsroom24 West Country (West) Points West
Looks like a great set - can't wait to see it in action!
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Inspector Sands
BBI45 posted:
they’ll move into their new home with the new studio next year hopefully because of COVID

Surely they won't be leaving it until next year unless they absolutely have to.

Yes, that seems a long time considering how complete that looks. Some staff moved into the building at the beginning of the year
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Steve in Pudsey Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Don't want to be a killjoy bit might be an idea to edit your post to remove the name of your source - don't want anybody getting in trouble if the new look wasn't meant to be public yet.

It will be interesting to see how that works, the desk in the corner set up could have some of the issues Breakfast have for DTL interviews.

Looks like similar cameras suspended from the grid like Sky News have.
Write that down in your copybook now.
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Inspector Sands
Yes, it's quite bad form for him to be taking photos like that generally, let alone one which incudes something that will be seen on air.

It's even worse form to make it public and name the person who sent it to you
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Markymark Meridian (Thames Valley) South Today
BBI45 posted:
they’ll move into their new home with the new studio next year hopefully because of COVID

Surely they won't be leaving it until next year unless they absolutely have to.

Yes, that seems a long time considering how complete that looks. Some staff moved into the building at the beginning of the year


Building the set, and lighting it up, are the easy bits considering the technology that's being deployed there!
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Inspector Sands
BBI45 posted:
Surely they won't be leaving it until next year unless they absolutely have to.

Yes, that seems a long time considering how complete that looks. Some staff moved into the building at the beginning of the year


Building the set, and lighting it up, are the easy bits considering the technology that's being deployed there!

Yes, quite. Although I imagine the technology in the studio itself isn't that much different to the norm compared with new IP infrastructure they're working with everywhere else.

The way that studio is looking they're long into technical run-throughs
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Brekkie Wales Wales Today
Looks good but isn't that completely different to the original virtual walk through which had them in a curved space overlooking the atrium IIRC? Indeed it seems to be a great use of a space that doesn't actually look to be as big as it first appears.
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