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TennTV1983 last won the day on October 26 2020

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  1. After a few years, WMC-TV modified its logo and branding once again as of 4:00pm yesterday, going back to just Action News 5 without the call letters. Graphics have not changed. New logo: Previous logo: They have also adopted the slogan "Taking Action For You" after years of going without an official one on their newscasts (Only saying "With all of today's Breaking News, WMC Action News 5 at _____ starts now!") I do have my criticisms about the new logo: 1) They ditched the steamboat, which had been a part of the station'
  2. Very similar to what WVIR received a couple of months ago.
  3. Meh. They only refinished the floor and replaced the monitors. Nothing else.
  4. No. WSPA's new set was done in-house, and has similarities to a few other Nexstar-designed sets that have rolled out over the last year or two.
  5. Knowing Nexstar, they will look to utilize every corner ...... I mean, every square inch of the expanded studio space they can to maximize its usage.
  6. WMC-TV switched recently, as have KAIT and KFVS.
  7. WALA-TV (prior to 2002 when they moved to their current facility near Hank Aaron Stadium in West Mobile) had operated from a 2-story building downtown on Government Street (across from Mobile Government Plaza) for several decades. It has since been renovated into office space for an engineering firm; however, a historical marker was placed on the Joachim Street side a few years ago recognizing the station's history at that location. https://www.google.com/maps/@30.6895551,-88.0432453,3a,15y,52.77h,86.64t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sgziGPCblN-WW8YwKwN__GA!2e0!7i16384!8i8192
  8. It looks like the old 2 WKRN used to use (minus the circle).
  9. There's no guarantee Gray will even keep Meredith's CSD in place. When Raycom merged with Gray, the graphics hub in Charlotte was not retained.
  10. Makes sense since stuff like People TV is, in a way, Meredith's own intellectual property based off of one of their publications (same with Better TV). More money to be made selling their programming through syndication across the country than just keeping everything within their now soon-to-be-former Local Media Group.
  11. It'll be whatever Gray's CSD in Omaha puts out there as I don't think they would want to keep any of Matt Quinn's stuff post-acquisition.
  12. VUit already has the Meredith stations on their service along with the Morgan Murphy ones. It's been that way since last year.
  13. So, a refresh on top of a refresh on top of a refresh. KYW is never getting rid of that set they've been on since moving to 1555 Hamilton. Are they?
  14. I don't see WABC making any real changes to their current setup any time soon other than a few updates along the way. The station along with all of Disney/ABC's New York operations are slated to move to a new facility at Hudson Square in the coming years, so they may be holding off on new set plans until then.
  15. The setup they had was unconventional for a news operation to begin with. https://jhdgroup.net/portfolio/wjzy-news-studios/ That's not a knock on JHD Group though as they do some very good quality work (and did come back to put in a proper news area), but you should never make your news studio into one big lounge.

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