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#1

###The Feed returns for 2016

From Monday 8 February at 7.30pm


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#2

ugh 24 hour time


#3

Is rather different looking logo (pictured below) shown in the latest “Small World. Big Thinking” promotional campaign for SBS News & Current Affairs (and Twitter…and the website) a hint of a refresh/relaunch of the program when it returns for 2016 on Monday night?


#4

SBS2 has been doing that for ages I think…


#5

A new year, new graphics and a new co-presenter for The Feed tonight:


#6

She makes me instantly want to turn off. Marc was great on his own, she’s a pain.


#7

The current display picture on social media:

Possibly hinting of a new look for The Feed to coincide with the rebrand of SBS2 to Viceland?

It seems a bit soon for The Feed to be relaunched after the current/previous look was only introduced at the start of the year IMO, but the above image does fit in with the SBS VICELAND style so it makes sense…


#8

I would say it is very much to tie in with Viceland


#9

As expected, The Feed had it’s 2nd graphics relaunch of 2016 tonight to coincide with the SBS2 > SBS VICELAND rebrand. Interestingly, the theme music has been changed along with the graphics.


#10

Didn’t see it. Is it still less than slick?


#11

The Feed returning for 2017 on Monday.


#12

The Feed takes the piss out of SBS


#13

SBS has made a mock up ad of the Australian Finance Department’s shocker.


#14

Gays & Guns is produced by the award-winning team behind daily news and culture program, The Feed.


#15

Has The Feed been canned for next year? SBS release says “documentaries from The Feed team”, but no mention of regular nightly episodes?


#16

Of course we’ll just have to wait and see what happens, but the press release also didn’t mention SBS World News, Dateline or Insight despite there being a rather high chance of those programs returning to our screens next year.


#17

Nope:


#18

14 February SBS Viceland


#19

Not sure what to make of this move. On one hand, the new weekly format allows the show to focus on what it does best (long-form stories/features). On the other hand, the previous format (the Monday - Thursday shows) was a unique offering in the news landscape


#20

I think a weekly format would be more cost effective and sustainable, given the show’s FTA ratings.