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globaltraffic24427 posts since 23 Jun 2013
STV Central Reporting Scotland
Anyone got the sets of SVT, DR etc for reference?


SVT's Breakfast bulletin & breaking news studio (Sweden)
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Main studio for SVT Nyheter
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DR's Deadline studio (a bit like Newsnight) (Denmark)
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TV4 Nyheterna studio (Sweden)
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TV4 Nyhederne studio (Denmark)
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Dagur og Vika studio (Faroe Islands)
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TV2 News channel (Denmark)
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TV4 Nyhetsmorgon studio (Sweden)
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all new Phil2,873 posts since 12 Feb 2005
Granada North West Today
Do we know for certain that this isn't part of a wholescale BBC News rebrand? Obviously there are going to be changes when Reith replaces Helvetica. Maybe there'll be more than just a typeface change.

It looks to have more in common with Politics Live than it does with the rest of BBC News, so there may be something in that. I’d guess what we end up with when News (finally) adopts Reith will be somewhere inbetween what it is now and what the Scotland pictures look like.
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Brekkie29,995 posts since 4 Jan 2003 Recently warned
HTV Wales Wales Today
Do we know for certain that this isn't part of a wholescale BBC News rebrand? Obviously there are going to be changes when Reith replaces Helvetica. Maybe there'll be more than just a typeface change.

Would be nice wouldn't it. Newsnight is getting a new look in the New Year so perhaps, but suspect it is just BBC Scotland going it alone.
Shouldn't that have been posted in the "John Logie Baird has Invented Television" thread?
thegeek4,586 posts since 1 Jan 2002
London London
I think what globaltraffic24's post shows is that broadcasters quite like the BBC look and keep on commissioning Jago Design to do more of the same.

I quite like what they've come up with for this, though the slab version of Reith does make the logo look a bit Guardian-ish.
Closedown67 posts since 23 Nov 2014
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Can only see Scotland being worse off in the long run once they axe the channel but remain stuck with network BBC2.

Don't imagine the axe will fall, whatever the ratings. The political establishment, which the BBC is the very embodiment of, thinks Scots and Welsh cultures are brave and beautiful, as much as they think anything defined as British or English is nasty and racist. Hence the rollout of this new channel, and the axing of music-heavy Radio 3 in favour of largely-speech Radio Wales on a number of FM stereo transmitters lately.