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The secrets of the BBC's Tokyo 2020 studio | Tokyo Olympics technology bbc



Dan Walker and Sam Quek give you a behind the scenes tour of the BBC’s innovative virtual studio for the Tokyo Olympics.

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23 thoughts on “The secrets of the BBC's Tokyo 2020 studio | Tokyo Olympics technology bbc”

  1. Shame about the actual coverage of the sport events. I've been a huge fan of the BBC over the years but this coverage has been appalling. The screaming commentary was enough for me to turn over to Eurosport where you sold the rights to. Channel 4 with their Paralympic coverage were streets ahead.

  2. BBC are class when it comes to fakery and propaganda … or should that be crass. It's all smoke and mirrors. Think of how much news footage they can fake?!

  3. Anyone else feel like they saw barely ANYTHING from the Olympics? Barely any coverage, I had to watch it on NHK to get proper coverage of it. Everyone I spoke to said they barely saw any of it and even searching on yt there is no full opening ceremony (apart from someone in the crowd with wobbly camera) it just felt like the whole thing was censored.

  4. I get making a studio that has a superimposed backdrop of Tokyo, for context. Yet what was quite odd was the way they had a clip showing this studio on top of a building. It’s nice to see Tokyo behind the presenters but why go to the effort of placing a fictitious building on top of another building?? Maybe the BBC could have saved money here and paid more for the rights to the Olympics?

  5. It took me a day or two to work out the background wasn't real. But I thought all those posts and beams were like a proper built set in a studio! Instead only the table and little square of parquet flooring are real!

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