Nothing wrong with that set.
That set has survived the test of time. It's very much a part of the KUSI image.
There is NO reason to change it.
Even though the faces presenting the news often change...the set still reminds the viewers of "home".
Very simple and functional , nothing fancy or dated in any way.
A news set does not define the credibility of your operation, or shape it abilities in any way. Fancy sets detract from your core functions to present the news.
A set does not decide how stories are covered, or the value of today's news stories as they impact the viewer.
What news value does a new set add except to line the pockets of set designers, when that money can go for real news gathering resources... like people, equipment and other actual news expenses.
Don't be shocked to see that same set until they leave that building...whenever that may or ever be.
If that set ever became available I would sell it on ebay.
Chicks dig that set because it smells like Old Spice.
So I propose it be hereby named...The KUSI John Coleman Memorial Set.
As soon as COX finds the desirable buyers for those outlets, then they will be disposed of also.
COX is not selling off the TV stations and newspapers just so they can stay in radio and magazines.
I suggest you all hold your wake(s) now.
Not true. Apollo gets the Dayton Daily News and Dayton radio. Cox is keeping the AJC and Atlanta radio, as well as the rest of the Cox radio stations in other markets across the country such as Houston. For now.