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  1. Those lowers in the 5PM tease are expanded snipes from Look N's topical promo graphics. I always thought they should have been the standard lowers for that package instead of the whole cable news-esque inserts they went with. That said they clash with Looks S. Also someone should tell them they're two weather packages behind. They're still using the original Look N weather templates.
    4 points
  2. IIRC given that it's a concept that completely migrated from NECN, I don't think we could've expected anything else, since the network is more lifestyle-oriented. I don't think NBC10 was ever a serious contender against WCVB for the "serious news" at that hour so if they just build out their niche, they can corner that part of the market.
    3 points
  3. WNBC doesn't use the social bar at all, WNJU uses theirs.
    2 points
  4. It’s a unique set that’s not a video wall. In a way, what’s old is new again.
    1 point
  5. The set has arrived to be installed. https://www.facebook.com/marcushunter16wapt/posts/395760512145388
    1 point
  6. Maybe I'm just over every set now being a video wall, but there's something about the simplicity and purity of that blue newsroom that feels refreshing.
    1 point
  7. WLII is using their news theme “A New Wish”. It’s the same theme used by WISH-TV in Indianapolis.
    1 point
  8. I believe the station omits using the "time" bug for the 11pm. No problem with the clock.
    1 point
  9. WNBC got the new O&O station graphics package today.
    1 point
  10. the legend is BACK! Since the rebrand of Teleonce (from Univision Puerto Rico) in February, owner Liberman Media group has assembled a new news department for WLII-TV. They've enlisted Anchor Celimar Adames (who had a discrimination lawsuit vs WAPA after her removal off the anchor post at Noticentro) + Meteorologist Deborah Martorell, both formerly at WAPA-TV, of which they since resigned to join in. Nuria Zebasco, most recently at Telemundo, returns home after she + other colleagues were unceremoniously laid off when Univision shut down its news department in 2014. Luis Joel Aymat, curre
    1 point
  11. I'm a little bummed about WTHR getting Tegnafied (on top of everything else), so it's really nice to see WNEP being the little corner of the Tegna empire that is still kinda doing its own thing. I saw WNEP's stuff a few times when visiting family years ago, but I also completely forgot about Talkback 16 (I remember seeing clips on Last Week Tonight a few years ago)—the criticism and praise of the graphics from random people was just....perfect. Also, I just realized with WNEP being owned by Tribune previously, they were using the graphics that I think started at WTTV...it looks lik
    1 point
  12. WCAU studios being in the headquarters of Comcast gives them easier access to the execs. Rockefeller Plaza is no longer the center of all things NBC; therefore the prominence of ‘CAU has risen. It is the 4th largest market (Philadelphia) so that shouldn’t be surprising. Of course WNBC is the East Coast “Flagship” and KNBC is it’s West Coast Counterpart. But WCAU is definitely at the top of the NBC O&O’s food chain. The money poured into the station would definitely make it a contender for “flagship” lite.
    0 points
  13. I’d say the days of WNBC as the flagship is gone—they been replaced by WCAU. The perennial market leader continues with voiceovers and clear, recognizable, sonic branding.
    0 points
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