Premier League Coverage
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New thread for all presentation/coverage related topics for the Premier League across all UK and international broadcasters.

With the new Premier League season starting today, we have a new score graphic from Sky Sports with the club badges instead of either team names or abbreviations.


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World feed graphics are unchanged.

Martin Tyler was used by Sky for commentary despite his comments (and subsequent apology) today 

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-merseyside-62435996
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As a casual football viewer I'm not sure it's any more helpful when trying to work out who is playing than the abbreviated names.

I'm sure it resonates better with the core audience.
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I’m sure it’s more a stylistic decision than one that’s for practical reasons.
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New Premier League international titles:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=072pduyckNQ
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(05-08-2022, 11:45 PM)Ste Wrote:  New thread for all presentation/coverage related topics for the Premier League across all UK and international broadcasters.

With the new Premier League season starting today, we have a new score graphic from Sky Sports with the club badges instead of either team names or abbreviations.


[Image: Coa0X5R.png]


World feed graphics are unchanged.

Martin Tyler was used by Sky for commentary despite his comments (and subsequent apology) today 

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-merseyside-62435996

It's nice to have something more in keeping with the rest of their current graphics package. I'm not sure if the change to badges is definitely for the better though...
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PLTV have a virtual studio setup for the live coverage and from what little I’ve seen the contribution programming, I think they’ve dropped the fantasy football programme as it dosent seem to be on the website.
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