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- MON 4TH JUL (2PM): Health theme for this week’s ITV branding
- TUE 5TH JUL (10.05AM): BBC London moved to green screen studio
- TUE 5TH JUL (7PM): A couple of minor technical blips on the BBC News Channel
- WED 6TH JUL (10.15PM): Confused studio branding on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme
- WED 6TH JUL (4PM): TV news channels add on-screen government resignation count
- WED 6TH JUL (7.30PM): BBC Northern Ireland airs special Women’s Euro 2022 stings
- WED 6TH JUL (7.45PM): BBC London airs old opening titles in error
- SUN 10TH JUL (12.30PM): High-profile BBC News Twitter accounts continue to use old branding
- SUN 10TH JUL (8PM): We found the one BBC Sport microphone with up-to-date branding
Monday 4th July
2pm Health theme for this week’s ITV branding
It’s Monday lunchtime again, which means it’s time to move on to another set of ITV Creates idents. This week, there’s a health theme, with a logo produced by On the Mend and NHS staff, which was first broadcast in March 2020.
ITV: “On the Mend are the only creative studio in the UK to focus solely on health awareness. Their bespoke events, workshops and projects are designed to inform and educate people on the societal impacts on health and well-being. They provide a platform to empower those under-represented by the current healthcare system.”
Tuesday 5th July
10.05am BBC London moved to green screen studio
The BBC London TV news programme has been coming from the green screen Studio A at New Broadcasting House since yesterday. The programme is usually based in Studio D.
It’s not clear why the programme has moved out of its usual home.
The BBC revealed last month that it intends to move BBC London to the newly refurbished Studio B – a facility it will share with BBC One’s national news programmes.
7pm A couple of minor technical blips on the BBC News Channel
Some minor glitches as the BBC News Channel covers the breaking news about the resignations of the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Secretary of State for Health.
Wednesday 6th July
10.15am Confused studio branding on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme
It’s clear that the branding in the Today programme studio has been updated with the current station logo for BBC Radio 4. Well, the new circular ‘4’ logo is there – but oddly, it’s been placed with an old BBC blocks logo (although there are some instances of the new BBC blocks in the studio too).
4pm TV news channels add on-screen government resignation count
The BBC News Channel and Sky News this afternoon added an on-screen counter of government resignations.
Thanks to Tom Hourigan and Ben Edgett for flagging.
7.30pm BBC Northern Ireland airs special Women’s Euro 2022 stings
BBC Northern Ireland has produced a number of stings promoting the coverage of the Women’s Euro 2022 and showing support for the local women’s team in the tournament.
Here’s one of the stings – aired in the 7.10pm junction.
7.45pm BBC London airs old opening titles in error
BBC London continues to be broadcast from the green screen Studio A today. And curiously, this evening, the programme used an old set of titles, containing the old BBC News branding.
Thanks to Twitter user @hagen_yap for flagging.
Sunday 10th July
12.30pm High-profile BBC News Twitter accounts continue to use old branding
We’ve reported on this a number of times previously. Just a quick update to confirm that quite a few high-profile BBC News Twitter accounts are still using the old branding in their profiles. Examples shown below:
Whilst many accounts (including those for the UK nations and regions) were updated with the new branding some weeks ago, for some reason, quite a number of accounts are still displaying the old logo.
UPDATE: by 13th July, the BBC News Press Team’s account had been updated.
8pm We found the one BBC Sport microphone with up-to-date branding
The only BBC Sport microphone to have a cover that’s been updated with the new BBC branding seems to be the one in this farewell montage for Sue Barker.
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