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Thread: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

  1. #21

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    ITV : Keene is a god .

    His Neil Diamond concert moment was a special moment .

  2. #22

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    Quote Originally Posted by splott parker View Post
    BBC for nigh on everything, different class to ITV despite working with a much lower budget.
    Thier budgets ( our taxes ) are all in the pockets of its over paid footy presenters ridiculous wages

  3. #23

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    Quote Originally Posted by LeningradCowboy View Post
    ITVs annual income is about £2bn. The BBCs annual income is about £5bn, which includes £3.5bn from the licence fee.
    A few years ago I was speaking to a tv producer. He's worked on both channels. At the time the BBC's budget for an hour of tv drama was circa £1m. For ITV it was between £700k and £800k and that's not because an hour or TV on ITV is about 48 minutes. The the difference in quality of production is easy to see.

  4. #24

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    Thier budgets ( our taxes ) are all in the pockets of its over paid footy presenters ridiculous wages
    And you donít pay anything for ITV??? Those meerkats and that fat Welsh opera singer donít come cheap, itís all reflected in your car/house insurance. We pay for the advertising whether we use the products or not. The ITV presenters salaries are massive as well, who do you reckon pays it?

  5. #25

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    Guy Mowbray and Jena's were absolutely shite tonight

  6. #26

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    Quote Originally Posted by splott parker View Post
    And you donít pay anything for ITV??? Those meerkats and that fat Welsh opera singer donít come cheap, itís all reflected in your car/house insurance. We pay for the advertising whether we use the products or not. The ITV presenters salaries are massive as well, who do you reckon pays it?
    How do we pay for the advertising without buying the products?!

  7. #27

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    Quote Originally Posted by LeningradCowboy View Post
    How do we pay for the advertising without buying the products?!
    Do you ever get a taxi? It’s insured, that’s got to be built into the fare, you’re not paying the insurance but you’re contributing. That’s off the top of my head, there’s got to be other indirect things you’re contributing to, food manufacturers make various products, some you never use but you buy their other produce. The licence fee is about 43p a day (I’d pay that just for the lack of adverts and for Popmaster), it’d be interesting for someone to work out how much we contribute per day/week towards TV advertising.

  8. #28

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dorcus View Post
    Guy Mowbray and Jena's were absolutely shite tonight
    Agree.the wheels came off around the 70 Min mark where it became clear that Italy were not going to stick to the script. The build up was embarrassing as it assumed England would win. But awful commentary. Awful. It needed impartiality and detachment and, lets face it, criticism of what was England bottling it as the game went on.

    Almost certainly better than matterface tho, although nobody will know as presumably nobody subjected themselves to that very peculiar torture

  9. #29

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Optimistic Nick View Post
    Agree.the wheels came off around the 70 Min mark where it became clear that Italy were not going to stick to the script. The build up was embarrassing as it assumed England would win. But awful commentary. Awful. It needed impartiality and detachment and, lets face it, criticism of what was England bottling it as the game went on.

    Almost certainly better than matterface tho, although nobody will know as presumably nobody subjected themselves to that very peculiar torture
    I watched it on ITV because of Roy Keane. Matterface and Dixon weren't that bad actually.

  10. #30

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    I watched ITV and there were quite a few cringey moments, totally biased, but I got the feeling that they knew what was about to unfold straight after Italy scored.

    Surprised how bearable it was.

    Everyone and his dog were all convinced that they were going to win.

    Probably what makes it so heartbreaking from their point of view and so wonderful from ours.

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  12. #32

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    Quote Originally Posted by BLUETIT View Post
    oof, that's a thrashing.

  13. #33

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Soul '68 View Post
    Fukc the pc, right-on, woke, snowflake BBC. They need defunding. So it's ITV for me
    Sounds like a perfect TV company for the modern age.

  14. #34

    Re: Never mind Ingurlund v ITALY, is it BBC or ITV for you ?

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    ESPN. Cookie, McManaman and Del Piero.
    You missed Kelly Dalglish and Stewart (who he?) Robson. Oh and Taylor Twellman (who I actually started to warm to over the tournament - he sometimes made sense) and Ian (jingoistic) Darke.

    And why was it so biased towards England when we're in the US?

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