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GMc2,636 posts since 15 Nov 2005
STV Central Reporting Scotland
How many people have BBC Scotland grabbed from STV?


Rebecca Curran
Chris Clements
Laura Miller
David Cowan
Tyrone Smith
Amy Irons (even though she went to Capital after STV)
Lucy Whyte
Laura Goodwin
David Farrell (Live at Five on STV2)

So quite a lot...


Quite a few STV on-air reporters now working behind the scenes as well at the BBC. Nick Sheridan and Carole Erskine two other faces in front of the camera that have switched sides.
BruceBBC (previously Bruce12345) 560 posts since 14 Feb 2013
STV Central Reporting Scotland
How many people have BBC Scotland grabbed from STV?


Rebecca Curran
Chris Clements
Laura Miller
David Cowan
Tyrone Smith
Amy Irons (even though she went to Capital after STV)
Lucy Whyte
Laura Goodwin
David Farrell (Live at Five on STV2)

So quite a lot...


Quite a few STV on-air reporters now working behind the scenes as well at the BBC. Nick Sheridan and Carole Erskine two other faces in front of the camera that have switched sides.


Nick Sheridan presents the Saturday bulletin with Fiona Stalker.
From Scotland to the world.
Brekkie30,684 posts since 4 Jan 2003 Recently warned
HTV Wales Wales Today
Those titles drag on a bit, one batch of peoples faces might have worked, and then after the cut show images of something else, and then something else again, rather than 3 batches of faces across the whole thing.

It's going to look a bit dodgy if they ever lead into the headlines with a story such as "25 people arrested in paedophile ring".
Shouldn't that have been posted in the "John Logie Baird has Invented Television" thread?
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JexedBack68 posts since 15 Nov 2016
South East Today
A massive bit of speculation but if the new BBC News graphics are anything like that used on the preview of the Nine just now I'll be happy - I don't like the currently use of the thin red sliding bars and text that News currently use on their social media videos, and whilst the thin coloured bars carried over from the very brief peek it all animated much nicer, and with a nice mix of serif and sans serif Reith!


Prepare to be not happy.
PFMC841,405 posts since 28 Feb 2013
UTV Newsline
I imagine, sadly, that the BBC News graphics are going to stay the same, the only thing that's going to change is that it will use Reith. Which would be a massive disappointment I think. BBC News is very stale looking and could do with a refresh. Even a different colour scheme could zhuzh it up a little.
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Moz5,172 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Wales Today
A massive bit of speculation but if the new BBC News graphics are anything like that used on the preview of the Nine just now I'll be happy - I don't like the currently use of the thin red sliding bars and text that News currently use on their social media videos, and whilst the thin coloured bars carried over from the very brief peek it all animated much nicer, and with a nice mix of serif and sans serif Reith!


Prepare to be not happy.

Well in the post he says he likes the graphics on The Nine, but doesn't like the similar graphics used on BBC News social media.

So will he be unhappy because the new BBC News graphics will be nothing like The Nine graphics, or because they'll be more like the stuff used on social media?

They have said that the lower thirds will be totally different from what we have now, not just Reith.
#skillsforlife
mr_vivian903 posts since 11 Oct 2015
UTV Newsline
Let’s talk announcers, what have you heard and do you like what you hear?

You haven’t heard all yet, just Jennie and Dom. George will be on soon.


I think it's fantastic they are being more human. There's a lot of prerecorded stuff out there so nice to have someone live.
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