Oh true, whoops!
Just given the logos for Sunrise (and its sister programmes, e.g. Early Sunrise, Saturday Sunrise) an update. The Sunrise logo, in which I created, is loosely based on ITV’s Daybreak (2010-14), whose logo was used from 2012 until 2014.
Another great mock. That’s really all the space needed if they didn’t want to change the backdrop.
Looks better than the other one. Fits perfect to the Golden West Television legacy.
I did a VAST Regional News mock a while back. Thought I’d expand it a bit to include what I’d like to see during the filler
Would be better. Golden West 7 branding for 7 Regional WA
Looks fantastic! Hopefully a new backing track too, The current one is just hideous.
I created my own version of the Sale of the Century logo. It is similar to that of the 2000-01 version (as seen on Australia’s Nine Network) but has a futuristic approach.
Really good! The only thing I would do is swap the NBN and 7Regional channels so that 7News could be in the same section for RQLD/RNSW/WA, for example:
410: 7NEWS Cairns & Townsville
411: 7NEWS Mackay & Rockhampton
412: 7NEWS Wide Bay & Sunshine Coast
413: 7NEWS Toowoomba & Tamworth
414: 7NEWS Coffs Hbr & Orange
415: 7NEWS Wagga & Albury
416: 7NEWS Update NSW, ACT & Victoria
417: NBN News Gold Coat & Lismore
418: NBN News Coffs Hbr & Tamworth
419: NBN News Newcastle and Central C.
It looks a bit clunky having NBN News squeezed in between two 7News groups, so why not move them all into one?
As long as the reboot is nowhere need Channel 7!!
This is really good @WAtvVideos
Cheers. This one’s based on how they are sorted now. I’ll do another one with how I’d sort them soon
There was a rumor back in 2018 that Ten wanted to bring back SOTC, but nothing came of it.
I would actually add WIN’s Northern NSW & Gold Coast updates in with Channel 408, as they technically air on the regional 10 stations in those license areas anyway. I would keep the 7NEWS channels the same, except rename them as 7NEWS QLD and 7NEWS Regional. The design looks amazing - I just hope the VAST people resign the Regional News Guide as it’s outdated and in need of a refresh