I know we have the "speculation" thread going for this, but I figured I'd just go ahead and make it official. Here's some pics of WFAA's refreshed Victory Park Studio... (Now my thoughts...) I say "refreshed," because the set still has the same basic layout as it did before, and reuses the same skeleton and monitors as before. The only "new" things are the wood paneling, the monitor behind the desk, the anchor desk, the weather desk and the lighting. Their previous set was designed by Jack Morton, and I believe Jack Morton is who designed TEGNA's now classic "Set-in-a-box." I have to imagine Jack Morton did this redesign too, however I have not been able to confirm that. If someone would like to explain to me what WFAA's obsession with play buttons is about, please do, because I'm at a loss. This one really stumps me, even for TEGNA! Also, one has to wonder what will now happen with WFAA's old main set at their Young Street building. This redesign at Victory was not very substantial when you compare it to what TEGNA has done for its other stations. Seeing that WFAA is TEGNA's largest station, I have to think they deserve a set that's at least on par with TEGNA's next largest station (WUSA). This Victory set is not. But TEGNA has proven that its willing to support a station with two sets (see KHOU's plan for a new street side studio similar to WFAA's), so I have a hunch we'll see more of a major redesign at Young Street. Anyway, here ya go! Enjoy and opine!