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  1. I’m glad they kept the “The NEWS On NBC6 Starts NOW” spiel for the 4P.
  2. So 30 got the new set, but not the new GFX like their Beantown brethren…
  3. I was about to say that. Their Look C refresh and the studioTEN version of Look F was one of the best adaptations of the O&O GFX…
  4. With no “NEWS AT [insert time here]” But got the “COUNT ON IT“ slogan…
  5. Looks like WBTS’ Breaking bumpers…
  6. Wait, what? (don’t tell me they STILL have the default Peacock background…)
  7. At least they STILL show that they’re an NBC station (‘JRH, take note)
  8. Speaking of that, ‘CAU should go back and use that 360 theme FULL FORCE (LA Groove’s not it) for the opens again…
  9. 360 (NBC version) got updated and still kept their tagline in the open…
  10. I beg to differ. 7 years with the default Peacock logo in the background is 7 years too much. Time to stand out. Bring back the city shots. (And the Squares)
  11. If WCAU gets Look S, I swear to Zeus that I hope they’d add the “NOVOCOM Squares” like they did with Look F in ‘12.
  12. Still has the LinearDRIFT Graphics (no offense, but THANK ZEUS! and not switch to that basic GFX)
  13. Ironically, MOV got the branding before SMV (since the call letter and ownership change in ‘86, the same time, their future sister station, SMV again, was going by “The Scene At Six/Ten”...)
  14. Two (no pun intended) things 'KRN done right: brought back the Helvetica "2" (from the WNGE era, their first call letter change) and getting the KOIN6 GFX.

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