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  1. Two white house correspondents in nyc every Saturday. Are they going to share a ride? Relocate to washington bureau?
  2. https://www.newscaststudio.com/2019/05/29/nbc-news-now-launch/2/ The anchor blocking is tired and bland. Thought I was watching a CNBC market update for a moment when I saw the over the shoulder logo. Being an insert studio I guess you only have so many options. At least Signal utilized other NBC properties like Studio 1A or the 4th floor newsroom (similar in style to Snapchat's Stay Tuned). Has me wondering what's at work in studio 3B.
  3. Eh wouldn't say it's a lot better than CBSN. I've watched a lot of the signal broadcasts and they seem to be rather dull. Awkward fumbles in and out of breaks, irrelevant interviews, and constantly changing sets. It has a chance, but would love to see actual NBC News reports repackaged. Seems like a big waste not to pull on that.
  4. The anchor/ correspondent in Atlanta is going to read Don Lemon's script? They would have to write entire news scripts every night just in the event there is tech difficulties in NY.
  5. Should have moved her over to MSNBC. Worked well for Briwi As I said before.. Steve Kornacki is going to love his new video walls...
  6. Correct, the desk and weather center are unchanged, however the standing desk and interview area have been removed
  7. That’s a shame. Wonder if parts of the newsroom will still be shown
  8. I speculate that because they are still in the studio. If it was a major update, i'm sure they would move down the way to Studio B as they did before the Winter Olympics of 2012. Personal Comment I would love for them to get a new look to stay fresh in the market. WPBF has an amazing newsroom set and has recently installed 3 monitor walls. WPEC is on a nice temp set now while preparing for a new one
  9. WPTV and WFLX share a studio. NBC overlooks the newsroom on one side of the studio, FOX is on the other. WPTV has been on the WFLX side as of today, but has still been using the dual monitors in the weather center ( WPTV side) . Surprised they haven't set up shop in B down the hall. Don't expect a big update set wise, if at all.
  10. NBC News Unveils Some of Its Streaming-Video Plans and Hosts
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