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HoosierNewsie

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  1. They used the V.1 cuts for the vamp after the 5pm open and also for the weather and sports opens, and some of the instrumentation in the open/talent open sounds like V1, but both of those themes, especially the theme used for the talent, have the "ticker" sound that V2 has. I've just always wonder which version those themes belong to. Does anyone know if any other stations besides WRGB AND WTHI have used those 2 themes?
  2. The HD launch for WTWO/WAWV is another step closer. They're now broadcasting on a temporary set. WTWO got their set in 2010 and WAWV got their set in 2011 when they switched from FOX to ABC, so I'm not sure if there will be brand new sets for each station or if it's a refresh.
  3. Wonder what version of In-Sink WRGB is using in the opens? WTHI used to use the theme used in the WRGB talent open as their morning and midday theme from 2006-2012
  4. They'll probably use the same package, but have a different color on each station.
  5. Update: Looks like WAWV will be using the WFXR/KMID graphics package. Still no word on when they'll launch.
  6. Looks like Nexstar is about to upgrade WTWO/WAWV to HD. WTWO has posted a few promos on their Facebook talking about "changes coming soon". On air, a some sponsor graphics have been airing in HD, and both stations are using new bugs/tickers. Looking at WTWO's new ticker along with a few other graphics they've been airing here and there, it looks like they'll be using Look G. Not sure about WAWV.
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