BBC News Pres: 2022 - Present
#11

Another hoop failure just now - wonder if it was linked to the breaking news…?
https://youtu.be/9WKXQXXAHSY
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#12

(04-08-2022, 12:10 PM)Moz Wrote:  Another hoop failure just now - wonder if it was linked to the breaking news…?
https://youtu.be/9WKXQXXAHSY

LOL! Well that intro into the ONE was hilarious! The flying hoop was static and titled to one side. Couldn't capture it, but am sure it'll be on twitter soon.
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#13

What on earth is that on the shot of the newsroom?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOV-7NfYPPQ
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#14

https://twitter.com/deejaycrox/status/15...pP_XiTpomg

Clean Feed: Website and Twitter.
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#15

An insightful tweet. Proof, however, that sometimes a plan can be too clever for its own good!
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#16

The AR for the Hoop was already in place because it was designed for use on Morning Live. It was an easy fix compared to closing off half of the newsroom, moving everyone who works there and constructing a scaffolding platform to repair the hoop. Sadly it wasn’t installed with any means to lower it to the floor.
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(03-08-2022, 10:27 PM)chris Wrote:  The perspective is all wrong though. It’s like they’re looking down on the newsroom.

I agree that the newsroom isn’t looking as good as it did - at launch the PCs had a BBC News logo when they weren’t in use.

Skyline on World looked so much better, its like a good view for people to know that its filmed in london. Just like how Singapore & Washington have a backdrop, The Context has the Big Ben Backdrop, but during the day from morning to overnights, skylines looked better, defo in C.
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#18

The lighting on the presenters seems rather harsh, and certainly not flattering.

Perhaps OOV presentation is the way forward, as Euronews did sucessfully.
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#19

Hallelujah for LUCY GRAY!

I’ve not come across a newsreader/caster with such confidence and oh so comfortable to watch and engage with in AGES!

Please STAY!
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#20
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(04-08-2022, 08:04 PM)EverythingFavs Wrote:  
(03-08-2022, 10:27 PM)chris Wrote:  The perspective is all wrong though. It’s like they’re looking down on the newsroom.

I agree that the newsroom isn’t looking as good as it did - at launch the PCs had a BBC News logo when they weren’t in use.

Skyline on World looked so much better, its like a good view for people to know that its filmed in london. Just like how Singapore & Washington have a backdrop, The Context has the Big Ben Backdrop, but during the day from morning to overnights, skylines looked better, defo in C.

Agreed, the newsroom backdrop just doesn't work especially with the branded shows (Live, Impact, Global)... The red newsroom backdrop just clashes with the vibrant colors and ruins it. 

For example, here's Impact in Studio C with a beautiful custom skyline graphic with spots of the Impact logo, matching nicely with the studio colors:

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Compared to what we have now - the newsroom red that just clashes with the rest of the brand Cry :

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I get that the BBC wants to unify the NC and WN's "The World's Newsroom" brand together to prepare for the merger, bringing two channels under one roof... But there's a lot of better ways to achieve that rather then forcing the newsroom backdrop on every show, in expense of the shows' brand recognition. (shhh! Don't tell them they forgot slapping the newsroom backdrop on Focus in Africa!!!)
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