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  • SimUK
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    7:23am and Sky News are interviewing Bob Geldolf (zzzzz :unsure:) but what is interesting however is that he’s got an old style Umberella – appears they’ve not got round to changing those to have the new logo!

    Which makes me wonder: what else still has the old Sky News logo on it? I wonder if they’ve got loads of bits and pieces which are still in the old logo which are in use (mugs, pens, brollies, etc…) and if things like cameras have the old logo…?

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    RobUK
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    I think they probably have lots of old mugs and pens around, but they probably arnt on the Studio desk. I remmber seeing a picture somewhere of some of the Sky equipment still with the old box style Sky News logo on- several years in to the last design.

    Just remembred it was during the Iraq war, Keith Graves presented news from america from the gallery in washington and the old logo was still on some stuff.

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    St1407
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    And til today they have not managed to change the break-fillers (international version) and the SKY News promo (This is SKY News)

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    SimUK
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    Just noticed that Adam Boulton is standing outside 10 Downing Street with a new style Sky News umberella

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    JamesH
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    SimUK+Nov 2 2005, 03:31 PM–>(SimUK @ Nov 2 2005, 03:31 PM)
    Just noticed that Adam Boulton is standing outside 10 Downing Street with a new style Sky News umberella

    But round the corner in Whitehall, Jenny Percival had to make do with an old-style brolly.

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