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rdd3,296 posts since 21 Jun 2001
Seemingly the first half of Toulouse v La Rochelle was shown by Sky on the red button, which isn’t any help for those who are on non-Sky platforms of course.
japitts118 posts since 18 Dec 2003
HTV West Points West
I can see Discovery picking up Top14 imminently. ES Player shows every second division match so an extension of that coverage would seem simple.


Well I guess it depends what Sky's strategy with rugby union is.. they've lost the Pro14 to Premier, but still have.. French Top14, Sanzar and England-internationals. While BT justifiably claims to be the home of English club rugby, Sky has some argument for being home to internationals (outwith FTA, Six Nations etc)

Top-14 does fit in with that a little.
steveboswell484 posts since 8 Feb 2006
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
World feed titles for the Women's World Cup game on BBC Alba, and astons in the world feed style. No Gaelic on the FIFA graphics though, and also no scorebar on screen as of 5 minutes in.

Edit: Scorebar absent for the whole first half, but came on after half time (same style as used on BBC One, with team names in English).
Last edited by steveboswell on 9 June 2019 6:06pm
DVB Cornwall8,184 posts since 4 Dec 2003
Westcountry Spotlight
I'm sure that someone knows but what, apart from affectation, is the reason for the highly disproportionate typeface being used for the WWC 2019 by the organisers, as reflected in this graphic by the BBC?



mromega1,131 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
I'm sure that someone knows but what, apart from affectation, is the reason for the highly disproportionate typeface being used for the WWC 2019 by the organisers, as reflected in this graphic by the BBC?





That's a BBC graphic, agree it doesn't look good.

This is the FIFA graphic, looks much cleaner.


Jon7,693 posts since 11 Apr 2005
Central (West) Midlands Today
I guess the BBC graphic is derived from a motion package that makes more sense when animated.

BBC Alba is using the same scorebar as BBC One a season of the second half. I guess the confusion came from the BBC using their own scorebar in the world feed style for their matches on linear channels, whilst they use world feed scorebar on other games.

BBC Alba is perhaps surprisingly doing pres from a box in stadium, using the official graphics for their bits.
bilky asko5,427 posts since 9 Sep 2006
Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
I'm sure that someone knows but what, apart from affectation, is the reason for the highly disproportionate typeface being used for the WWC 2019 by the organisers, as reflected in this graphic by the BBC?





That's a BBC graphic, agree it doesn't look good.

This is the FIFA graphic, looks much cleaner.




If by cleaner you mean littered with all sorts of PowerPoint style animations, then I suppose it is.
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Josh886 posts since 21 Dec 2014
I'm sure that someone knows but what, apart from affectation, is the reason for the highly disproportionate typeface being used for the WWC 2019 by the organisers, as reflected in this graphic by the BBC?




Well done to England for getting a gOAL
My tweet was read out on BBC Four's Eurovision coverage and Rylan Clark-Neal replied to it. That's all.
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Worzel4,610 posts since 8 Jan 2008
Anglia (West) Look East (West sub-opt)
I'm sure that someone knows but what, apart from affectation, is the reason for the highly disproportionate typeface being used for the WWC 2019 by the organisers, as reflected in this graphic by the BBC?




Well done to England for getting a gOAL


What, no Reith? Laughing
fanoftv8,078 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today
I'm sure that someone knows but what, apart from affectation, is the reason for the highly disproportionate typeface being used for the WWC 2019 by the organisers, as reflected in this graphic by the BBC?





It reminds me of the old Byker Grove logo
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