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eNCA changes not good enough

2012-08-29 12:22
Tashi, I agree with your comments. If they were going to make so little change, they may as well have left it as it was – a good news channel.

I used to enjoy the early morning show as I am an early riser but dislike the current version. The angular logo looks like something out of the original days of TV broadcasting in SA. I have a young daughter who could have drafted a better and more appealing logo.

I miss the original morning presenters – they appeared to enjoy themselves and had energy and humour. What has happened to them I wonder?

The stories are often not explored well enough and  appear to be rushed for time rather than produced with quality.

I might as well watch Sky News – it is more polished and has better content. And it is only one click away!

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This reader claims that if eNCA was going to change so little on the new show, they could have stayed the same and left things as they were.
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