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  1. Part of me really does wonder if they chose those colors because they're similar to the St. Louis Blues colors (they do have a media partnership with them). Otherwise KMOV did a nice job.
    6 points
  2. This KWTV theme reeks of VTS now that I'm hearing more of it. @TServo2049 do you have any info on this one?
    3 points
  3. The News 4 branding has been with KMOV for ages, they aren't going to drop that. And you are correct, this is more of an update of the previous graphics they got just a couple of years ago moreso than a brand new package overall.
    3 points
  4. I highly doubt it. Politicians send those types of letters to make their constituents think they're trying to end the dispute, but I doubt they do actually do anything. It's mainly just for show.
    3 points
  5. Lol, right...WBBM would never do something expensive and stupid
    2 points
  6. I don't particularly care for the "News 4" branding. Too generic and derivative from WSMV. At least they keep the "CBS 4" in their ticker and bug. And another nod to Tegna, the way the "W" overlaps the "s" and slices off a portion of it. This carries over to their call letters and "4 Warn" branding. On second thought, this has been around a while, only the graphics changed....
    2 points
  7. Thanks to Mr. Sloan we have more OKC TV stuff uncovered. First we go to the Station "Where the News Comes First.. 24 Hours a Day.", that's KFOR in 1992. This one is one of the 2 interesting transitional periods that took place at 444 East Britton Road throughout the 1990s and this was one of them. In this instance they have dropped "News Team 4" for "News Channel 4" but kept the same theme song they've used (at that time) since the 1990 callsign change. And yes that is Bob Bruce before he left for what is now known KSAZ in 1992. Next up, KOCO and KWTV (and yes this was
    2 points
  8. The ground floor lease that included the streetside studio also includes the current studio as well as the control room. There are floorplans on the site for the streetside studio space. Anyone leasing the old streetside studio would sublease it from CBS. From what I understand, they lease the ground floor studio space and the first two floors of space above it, plus the garage below. There are 12+ years left on the entire lease according to the streetside studio listing. Fun fact: The elephant doors to bring large items into the studios (i.e. set pieces) are actually i
    1 point
  9. No it has nothing to do with the WWOR's NJ License. Even though "New Fox" & "News Corp." are two separate companies, both are still controlled by the Murdochs. When Pai eliminated the Newspaper-Broadcast Cross-Ownership (NBCO) rule (part of that dereg rule he had in 2017), the Murdochs didn't need to ask for a waiver. But when the Third Circuit vacated & remand Pai's dereg measure in the fall of 2019, it reinstated the NBCO rule, thus them asking for a permanent waiver this time. Even though it already had a permanent waiver to keep the Post &
    1 point
  10. KNBC L.A.: Channel 4 News evening edition for July 10, 1991 (Kelly Lange, Keith Morrison, Christopher Nance [in for Fritz Coleman] w/weather, Doug Kriegel w/Money Matters [business], and Fred Roggin on sports)
    1 point
  11. He's getting Ray Cortopassi's former slots (7-10am & 4pm).
    1 point
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  13. They made it much better now-- now, we don't have the CBS repetition, because all we have is the Eye to let us know that this is the CBS station of Atlanta.
    1 point
  14. I agree. They both should have weekday slots.
    1 point
  15. Tegna and DirecTV have kissed and made up. For me, just in time for SNF tonight!
    1 point
  16. TEGNA, after deploying two successful design languages that TVNT still rags about: The fact that after 8 years, some of you seemingly can't let go of TEGNA using a lick of today's design language in favour of yet Another Generic Graphics Package™ in the era of the smartphone is quite laughable. Don't get me wrong, it's not a bad package, especially compared to some on the market. But as we all saw, it's woefully incomplete, stylistically out-of-date, hilariously out-of-touch, and adds nothing substantive to the previous packages some of the stations already had.
    1 point
  17. CBS46 ''Changed'' their logo and graphics presentation today. Old ''New''
    1 point
  18. That’s the one aspect I loved about that market when I lived near there 6-10 years ago and should not change is the separation of focus between the two stations. WEAR is completely a Florida based TV station where WPMI focused mostly on Alabama.
    1 point
  19. It's only because Christmas Day and New Year's Day are on Friday this year.
    0 points
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