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Channel 4 News revamp on the way

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Channel 4 News is set to revamp its bulletins, according to reports.

The changes are likely to be lighting, Graphics and furniture. The main theme tune will remain the same.

Presenters, Jon Snow and Krishnan Guru-Murthy will continue in thier current roles.

A Channel 4 News Spokeswomen said: “We are at the beginning of the process with creative people looking at how we can revitalise the programme”

“We want to modernise the look a bit but it won’t dramatically change the set or how we present the programme.”

Updated: Wednesday 11 March 2009

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  • Sam Matterface

    Great news! There really isn’t enough lightning in news broadcasts these days.

  • Richard

    Yes, a good forked lightning bolt will really brigten up Channel 4 News. :o)

  • Quint

    Lightning?? A daring and highly unusual move by Channel 4. It’s amazing what broadcasters will do to boost viewer numbers.