It’s the same, it’s meant to be able to move around the studio as it’s used for News Breakfast, 7pm VIC News, Offsiders, The World/The World This Week as well.
Nope and either is it in 2020. Ultimo studio operates from 9am till 9pm (After 9pm Sydney is no longer in charge of the News Channel as then broadcasting is transferred to Melbourne then Perth after 11:30pm, on Friday’s Melbourne studios has control of the News Channel from 9pm, followed by Perth at 1am)
Also tonight there was technical problems with the Victorian bulletin. A live cross ended abruptly, while a report by Greg Jennett on a record federal deficit started prematurely.
I love your passion, but you’re replying to posts made last year. Everything has changed.
From iView. Tonight’s graphs from Alan Kohler. It does seem like it’s an inside joke that he has to come up with an obscure graph every night.
I’m not sure why the forecast for Adelaide was specific for the inner city suburb of Kent Town, in the ACT weather report tonight.
Alan Kohler’s obscure graphs have been a mainstay for years, as long as I can remember his finance segments on ABC News.
Yes, his sarcastic/direct way of presenting takes the dullness out of finance.
The Adelaide weather observation station was located at Kent Town up until 2017, so maybe a left over location tag snuck through onto the graphics?
Still appreciate the closing shot with the lighting grid turned down.
Yes, it’s the studio going into “standby” mode or something along those lines. Essentially to reduce power consumption.
Not sure if the new sets in NSW and VIC do it as-well
I mean, with studio lighting, you’re meant to be able to control it so that you can program transitions like this. Broadcasters worldwide do this for a variety of reasons.
It’s a e s t h e t i c.
It’s also quite a dated production technique. Very 90s and early 2000s.
A blink and you miss mistake tonight.
Yes, it was the AFP who issued the wrong information, and the ABC didn’t correct it.
ABC News websites stayed at number one for anothe rmonth.