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  1. I wonder if those are actual monitors, or if they're duratrans? Interesting a station in Augusta, GA would get the same treatment as a station in San Francisco, California.
  2. Well, KOLD debuted their new set last night.
  3. At least their bug is legible opaque. Some are not.
  4. Looks like WANE is next on the list for the New Set Train at Nexstar. The old set dates back to the LIN days, about 2011 or 2012.
  5. Not sure how I feel about the names in the monitor.
  6. I know it's Aerial, but I'm not hugely disappointed by the main open cut.
  7. WPLG will stay on until 1:30am. We're told they'll then be in continuous coverage from 4am - 1pm.
  8. A lot of the Raycom stations need new sets.
  9. Oof. It's not that hard to build a FOX Show and a NBC Show.
  10. I agree. The previous Frankly sites (gasp) were much better than what they're leaving.
  11. Chances are they threw the old graphics in the monitors for rehearsal -- I noticed a lot of the old weather graphics. But, those are relatively easy to switch out. Gray is switching all of the old Raycom stations to Overdrive, and VizRT. The LIM 4.1 graphics are not designed to run on Viz. That's exact reason WAVE in Louisville dumped their in-house look for a Gray package. As for automation, I'm sure you noticed the robotic cameras in the video.
  12. They've been wanting to get off the mountain for quite sometime. So it would not surprise me if they moved in-town, and in some aspect it would be cheaper than building on the mountain. It just all depends on how much they want to shell out for property, versus cost of blasting, drilling, and construction on the mountain. Both WAFF, and WHNT's transmitters are at their former locations on Monte Sano. WAFF's Tower is on Governors Drive/U.S. 431, while WHNT's tower is near WAAY on Monte Sano Boulevard. Ironically, after the fire at 48, a fire station was built a
  13. KVOA has launched a new set, and the Quincy graphics. They've also dropped NBC Collection for 360.
  14. I wonder who will end up with the 9 spin offs.
  15. I really wished it wouldn't swing around with the video bar in it. I'm not sure why, but it makes me sea-sick.

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