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Sport Relief 2018

(March 2018)

AG
AxG Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
So why are Sport Relief using two logos with different fonts?
JF
JetixFann450 Central Reporting Scotland
AxG posted:
So why are Sport Relief using two logos with different fonts?

Yeah, I noticed that the Sport Relief logo on the screens looked like they were lazily made with Arial instead of the real SR font.
Do you even read these?
JO
Jon Central (West) Midlands Today
It is important that you make your branding distinct from other programming giving it that USP Very Happy

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What point are you trying to make?
SP
Steve in Pudsey Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
You do know that Sport Relief is effectively a sub brand of Comic Relief, right?
Write that down in your copybook now.
JO
Jon Central (West) Midlands Today
You do know that Sport Relief is effectively a sub brand of Comic Relief, right?

You asking me or TROGGLES?

I wasn’t sure if he was trying to say they were too similar or not similar enough.
SP
Steve in Pudsey Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
I was asking TROGGLES, sorry - my attempt not to quote the same post on consecutive posts didn't make that clear.
Write that down in your copybook now.
IS
Inspector Sands
I've only caught a bit of tonight's - the Celebrity Boxing and the 10 minutes beforehand. Not my sort of thing really, but am intrigued where it's coming from, is that one of the studios at Media City? Looks enormous
SP
Steve in Pudsey Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
I assume it's HQ1
Write that down in your copybook now.
WH
Whataday Founding member Wales Wales Today
Liz Warner, CEO of Comic Relief, has today said the organisation had taken its 'first steps' towards change, in light of criticism last year of 'white saviour' celebrities in 'poverty porn' films. The criticism followed last years footage of Ed Sheeran offering to pay for one boys housing in a film.

Interesting move after criticism from Aid watchdog SAIH; it will be interesting to see how it plays out across this years output. I know that celebrities have filmed clips as ever, so it may be a difference in the nature or edit of such films?


Hmm, I see their point but I think the celebrities motivate people to donate. Seeing a familiar face somehow brings home how dreadful the circumstances are.
FA
fanoftv Central (West) Midlands Today
The production was very smooth and filled with energy, somethings that last year's Comic Relief lacked in, though I suppose that boils down to the use of studio facilities rather than a club.
AN
Andrew Founding member Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
The production was very smooth and filled with energy, somethings that last year's Comic Relief lacked in, though I suppose that boils down to the use of studio facilities rather than a club.

I’m not sure the studio audience were that into it, although to be fair, before the boxing started they were watching a couple of hours of people linking into clips.

The on the night total is down 17 million on last time. That’s quite a large drop. I had thought it hadn’t caught the publics imagination this year.
ST
stegtv87 Central Reporting Scotland
The production was very smooth and filled with energy, somethings that last year's Comic Relief lacked in, though I suppose that boils down to the use of studio facilities rather than a club.

I’m not sure the studio audience were that into it, although to be fair, before the boxing started they were watching a couple of hours of people linking into clips.

The on the night total is down 17 million on last time. That’s quite a large drop. I had thought it hadn’t caught the publics imagination this year.


Plus there is no Sport Relief mile this year which was where a lot of people would raise even more money and yes even BBC News channel mentioned about the drop in the total raised on the night
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