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  1. The BBC has undergone a major rebranding, with a tweaked corporate logo and new on-air presentation elements. It is a phased rollout, though; only BBC Four officially got new idents (still carrying on the quadrants theme they've had for a while now), with all the other channels mainly being limited to new promos/etc. As pointed out, the very first program to air wound up (Breakfast) still having an intro with the old logo on it.
  2. Did the Sinclair ransomware attack mess up Bally Sports Ohio's spellcheck?
  3. NESN is business as usual, but did add shots on goal to their scoreboard.
  4. In this, that came up shortly after the normal goal animation on the scoreboard
  5. And Sportsnet's new graphics are official The old Sportsnet graphics were dated out of the gate, especially when that was when all the U.S. networks were starting to go flat. These are a major improvement, though the team section is bugging me a little bit (the width, lack of team logos, and not doing the soccer-style layout anymore) Meanwhile in Montreal, TVA Sports is still using the old Sportsnet graphics, but they appear to have retextured them to be flat. I'm not sure if I like this.
  6. And yep, that ended up being the scoreboard. The lack of shots on goal is a little disappointing (could have easily took pages from some of ESPN's other events and had the wordmark to the top with Opening Night, and remove that NHL logo to make room for it), but it's a good first impression. Seeing the Monday Night Football-style AR graphics for the starting goalies was also a good sign, but I'm sure some fans are dreading whether a certain other MNF graphic will end up rearing its ugly head (those stupid CGI cartoon things) Something I also noticed was that I guess the NHL is
  7. Sportsnet is doing its own pre-game for the opening doubleheader: the new studio looks like a downgrade from what they had before (unfortunately I think TNT appears to have upstaged them), and I am hoping the theme music they used isn't the main theme because it was terrible (either that or they're saving the normal music - if they're still using it -- for their official opening night tomorrow). But finally Sportsnet has some new graphics; finally gone flat, and they look absolutely nothing like what they had before.
  8. We have another new hockey rightsholder here in Canada, with CBC having picked up some major junior games as part of a new CHL package (which sees TSN take over the main package Sportsnet used to have). This is also the first time we've had a CBC-produced hockey broadcast outside of the Olympics in a while: all of the graphics are the "standard" red/gold ones they use elsewhere (most of the L3s/etc. are a flatter evolution of the old HNIC graphics), and this scoreboard is very TSN-like
  9. The Point looks pretty shiny; there's a chance that this light/icy look could be the graphics we see during games, but who knows that will happen?
  10. The TNT graphics look pretty robust. Looks like a mix of Fox and Altitude. Only thing bothering me is how wide the box for the scores are, but I don't know yet if they're going to show shots on goal in it too.
  11. It's almost time; there has been a lot of NHL-related news in the media realm, given the new U.S. rightsholders, as well as Sportsnet getting a new studio and hopefully new graphics this year (if the renderings of their new studio are any indication). ESPN's logo was recently revealed, and it reminds me a lot of the previous NBA on ESPN logo so that's a good sign. Long-time HNIC voice Jim Hughson also announced his retirement today at the age of 64; although it was stated to be COVID-related, I wouldn't be surprised if him only doing Vancouver games last season was
  12. Stadium is now using the Bally graphics for its college sports broadcasts, using the "fixed" version also used for the Lions preseason games. Though in my opinion I probably would have had them made darker to match the rest of Stadium's branding. Though at one point it looked like someone at network control didn't get the memo, and put a Stadium ticker over the Bally ticker that is also a scoreboard).
  13. It's preseason for me too. Seeing the Chargers not use multiple eras of CBS graphics at once (or scuffed Monday Night Football) is a nice change of pace. Meanwhile, Colts and Seahawks are the same as 2019, but the Panthers have finally stopped using ACC on Raycom Sports hand-me-downs
  14. That Dallas package is giving me strong "NBC Thursday Night Football" vibes. Chiefs have gone from CBS to NBC with their move to KSHB Tampa Bay got rid of the swords, and brought back the old "put the scoreboard on the side of the screen that play is moving" behaviour too
  15. Jaguars are pretty nice, Seahawks are the same as last year, and the Raiders appear to still be subcontracted with NBC?

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