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  1. Hopefully you'll just trust me, because I don't have the tweet handy, but a reputable source in CNN's design department confirmed that this is a placeholder. They just needed a wordmark for a presentation to investors.
    5 points
  2. Kari Lake, ex-KSAZ'er, is running for AZ governor. Of course, she totally expects to win the race by refusing to talk to any media, so we'll see how that goes.
    5 points
  3. Which is kind of ironic seeing that Bob Chapek has become infamous (at least amongst fans of Disney's theme parks, like myself) for being a penny pincher, often being referred to as "Bob Cheapeck". It's like he's making all these cuts that have taken away a bit of the "magic" of going to the parks, but they have the money to spare on a logo change at ABC that's not really necessary at all, or even noticeable to the untrained eye.
    2 points
  4. WSBT Eyewitness News 22 1989 5 p.m. (skip to 9:14)
    1 point
  5. In a rare case we do know this. This was an EGAD project! The music — which has somehow never gotten to the NMSA — was done by Kurt Bestor and Sam Cardon (Pinnacle Music), two veterans of Non-Stop; they also wrote the KSL 1998 package.
    1 point
  6. Here's a variant probably no one remembers, or has ever seen before. This was after Kinney National (a conglomerate, not the old shoe store) bought them after the Warner Bros.- Seven Arts era. Corporate scandal ensued soon after and the round "W" from the 70s and 80s came to be. Speaking of conglomerates, why don't they get back into the media business again? Fun fact, the Kinney Shoe store was bought by FW Woolworth, and they started Foot Locker in 1974. Flash forward to now, and Foot Locker (and their sister stores) are all that's left!
    1 point
  7. Zaslav's ego probably wouldn't allow it. It's supposed to evoke the classic Warner Bros. shield... It's almost certainly a placeholder.
    1 point
  8. 11ALIVE NEWS on WXIA-TV Morning Rush 5am-7am[ hate these stupid TEGNA morning names] Aisha Howard, Chesley McNeil, Crash Clark Noon: ? 5pm: Shiba Russell & Cheryl Perheim 6pm: Jeff Hullinger & Cheryl Perheim 11pm: Ron Jones & Jennifer Bellamy on WATL Ch 36 7pm & 8pm: Jeff Hullinger & Shiba Russell 9pm & 10pm: ? Hope this helps you out...
    1 point
  9. So far it seems WNBC and WNYW have ended social distancing... news 12 seems to have most on air staff back in studio.. it can’t be much longer before others follow. New Jersey ends all capacity limits and such friday.. which is the last major restriction in place for the tri state so maybe they’re waiting for that
    1 point
  10. Social distancing is done for Today In New York.
    1 point
  11. It has been a little over three months. I really don't see how the timetable of a new set could possibly portend the sale of a station. I also think it is unfair to say that this is a product of poor planning because it doesn't fit someone's personal timetable. Plus what are these supposed "weird issues" WJZY is having with this rebuild? Just because people on this board think the studio should have launched by now, doesn't mean that it was ever the station's timetable. I think it is fine to wonder when it will be debuting but to travel down the path that this set timetable means the station i
    1 point
  12. Or did they pull a WNBC and had to scrap it because they didn’t like how it turned out and it’s back to square one... then again it took KGO almost 6 months to debut their set.
    1 point
  13. Watch they never get a new newscast set and wind up broadcasting from the newsroom until they are sold again... This reeks of what happened to WFXT/Boston until it was pawned off to Cox. It's not a bad setup for a newscast newsroom set with the colored lighting, mounted monitors, and whatnot. However, this market is too damn big to be having such weird issues on rebuilding a new news set, pandemic or not. I think there was a decision higher up the Nexstar food chain to stop rebuilding the newscast set as there's something else in the works.
    1 point
  14. WarnerDiscovery could've been simpler, no?
    1 point
  15. Signage is probably the last on their minds. KGTV still has the signage from the 80’s but modified after the Scripps buyout from McGraw Hill with a spinning 10 on top giving that gas station feel. KTVU still has the old 80’s / 90’s sideways FOX logo with the searchlights.
    1 point
  16. That's a great question-- how would that play with other luminary stations of that family like 6ABC in Philly (WPVI) and ABC11 in the Triangle (WTVD)?
    1 point
  17. I third it-- think about what it would have been like if the ABC logo change discussed here had been in one of ABC's movie broadcast openings of the 80s, like the Star Tunnel; how would that have played w/viewers of the time?
    1 point
  18. WLS has only adopted a bumper going to break. Nice and quick, not messing with the flow of the anchor's greeting at the top. An introduction at the top seems like too much. 2021 late hulu outro.mp4
    1 point
  19. and re-packaged for Nexstar and re-packaged again for CNN New Day Will be fun to see where this look gets recycled and sold to next.
    1 point
  20. Yes. Troika scraped these together from another campaign they had worked on.
    1 point
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