In 2003 BBC inhouse graphics designed a new look for the whole of the BBC's news output. A strong graphic symbol now represents BBC News. A slight variant for BBC World featuring an orange and black theme, the look was introduced on Monday 8th December 2003


Click for larger image BBC World
2003
Click for larger image The new look ident features animated abstract forms part of the BBC News symbol

The World Today
2003
The World Today with David Eaves and Sally Bundock.

Live Coverage
2003
Anita McNaught with live coverage, includes a nice little sting

Anita McNaught
2003
Adrian Finighan
2003
Nik Gowing
2003
Lyse Doucet
2004


Click for larger image Countdown - Top of the Hour
2005
Click for larger image BBC World ran 'top of the hour' sequences from Monday 5th September 2005 directed by BBC Broadcast's Mark Chaudoir. They feature shots of the BBC's correspondents around the world from a rice field in India to Times Square in New York. Shot on DV to acheive a gritty reportage style of the newsgathering process.
 
The films are seen by a weekly audience of 59million, making them BBC World's most watched sequences


Click for larger image BBC World News
2006
Open and rejoin includes a 25 second countdown sequence.
 
BBC News refreshed all of it's news graphics in May 2006, BBC World now has a glossier red and black look.

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2006
End of part
2006
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2006
Weather open
2006


Click for larger image Break Filler
2003 / 2006
Click for larger image left clip - 2 and a half minute filler from 2003
 
right clip - 40 second filler from 2006


Click for larger image Break Bumper
2006
Click for larger image A quick abstract version of the symbol...

Below some examples of BBC World's on-air graphics and astons...


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Official Website
www.bbcworld.com