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PATV Scunthorpe677 posts since 2 Sep 2014
Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)


They work quite well I think, feels a little restrictive being pushed into the 4:3 area, but the only thing I would change is to probably use the Live graphic from the usual BBC Sport package, rather than that one line version.
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JetixFann450608 posts since 25 Mar 2013
STV Central Reporting Scotland
They work quite well I think, feels a little restrictive being pushed into the 4:3 area, but the only thing I would change is to probably use the Live graphic from the usual BBC Sport package, rather than that one line version.

I think you may have to blur the footage or cut it, because it got copyrighted by IMG.

I think once BBC News has finished it's Reith process I'm expecting BBC One to begin using the font.
Do you even read these?
bkman19901,298 posts since 29 Jan 2012
UTV Newsline
I've just remembered that today was the last day for the current titles for Afternoon Live to be aired on the NC.

I don't know how Reith will look with it on Monday. The current titles looked brilliant for a news channel.

How do people here think it will improve by then?
mikeyskin16 posts since 18 Nov 2005
London London


They work quite well I think, feels a little restrictive being pushed into the 4:3 area, but the only thing I would change is to probably use the Live graphic from the usual BBC Sport package, rather than that one line version.


Why on earth is 4:3 safe still being used?


I believe that the new graphics are within the 14:9 caption safe area. So not 4:3 safe (which would be even smaller in the 16:9 frame) but also not 16:9 caption safe either - likely to be to take account of anything that is still transmitting in analogue. Whilst this doesn't apply to the UK it could apply to other areas around the world.
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