The BBC Chameleon Thread

Oh dear, that graphic wasn’t produced in PowerPoint at all, right?!
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At least it has the correct logo on it.
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Enjoying the crediting of an image of a BBC News Scotland WhatsApp channel promo to Reuters...

The 'BBC News Scotland' logo, with 'Scotland' smaller than 'News' is particularly bad - the BBC Sport Scotland one is similar. Is there a logic behind it?

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(16-05-2024, 09:15 PM)LargelyALurker Wrote:  The 'BBC News Scotland' logo, with 'Scotland' smaller than 'News' is particularly bad - the BBC Sport Scotland one is similar. Is there a logic behind it?
Can't answer your question, but I'm a little intrigued by the "www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/news" URL being used (complete with www) as Reporting Scotland always used to refer to "bbc.co.uk/scotlandnews" on-air and in their graphics. I can't recall seeing that recently either though.

I'm sure someone mentioned a rule once that the BBC weren't supposed to promote websites any deeper than one / after the top-level domain, which is why all the cooking programmes etc. eventually became /food, and contestants for shows had to go to /takepart rather than a show website.

In other news, I was asked to do a survey today about BBC Maestro (the e-learning platform from BBC Studios). The survey used the graphic below, but I notice the live website still uses an old version of the BBC logo...
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The brand new series of Rebus, fresh for BBC1 in 2024 after moving from ITV in the noughties, uses the old Gill Sans 1997 BBC logo.
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