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  1. This intro uses part of C-Clarity and other production music. KFMB seems to be using a hodgepodge of music.
  2. The Kearny Mesa area of San Diego experienced a power outage last night, where two of the local stations are based. KFMB (CBS/CW) and KSWB (FOX) both went down for hours last night and did not air their scheduled newscasts. https://www.cbs8.com/article/news/local/power-outage-in-kearny-mesa-leaves-kfmb-studios-in-the-dark/509-63152ed3-2c00-4922-84c5-c67c1e0265a0 KFMB ended up carrying a feed from Tegna sister station KXTV (ABC) in Sacramento, where their newscast was going over the governor's new policies and changes for reopening. It was quite confusing for some viewers, as KXTV Sacramento refers to themselves as ABC 10, but there is also an ABC 10 in San Diego (KGTV). I do not know if KSWB ended up carrying KTLA or a similar feed, or stayed off air.
  3. KGTV still hasn't gone live with the new graphics, for their newscasts, the updated graphics shared here were from a Scripps syndicated program. KGTV has been mid-graphics change for the past month and a half.
  4. KFMB Update: Everybody separated, weather and traffic now done from reporter's homes.
  5. Here in San Diego, KNSD (NBC O&O) kept the anchors completely separate KFMB (Tegna) kept their anchors on opposite ends of the desk KWSB (Nexstar) kept their anchors fairly far apart KGTV (Scripps) isn't practicing social distancing and KUSI (McKinnon Broadcasting) is solo anchoring their newscasts
  6. No, not sped up. I think the folks at KSWB agreed, the ticker slowed way down today.
  7. KSWB has updated their graphics. I don't know if this is a Nexstar package, I've never seen it:
  8. With the 1PM broadcast on 02/27/2020, KSWB-TV (Tribune > Nexstar) launched an updated logo & new opens (No more box kite), a new L3 (Similar to WJW, but not exact), a new bug, and new ticker (From the Nexstar NBC package), and new music "Beyond" by Stephen Arnold. This appears to be a minor update as most of the other on-screen graphics continue to use the Tribune Fox package. I thought this was a strange move considering the possible sell-off of the station to Fox.
  9. KGTV San Diego (10News-ABC) is a Scripps station that still has the old (Fake CNN) look. Is there an estimated time when the station will get the updated graphics?
  10. NotInTV

    KUSI Set

    I don't believe that KUSI has ever had a MAJOR refresh in the time that I've lived in San Diego. They have always made minor adjustments to the set (Such as upgrading to HDTVs), but it has primarily remained the same as long as I've known it. Graphics have primarily remained the same as well, with minor tweaks to updated formats (HD) The logo also hasn't changed. In short, McKinnon Broadcasting, only has the San Diego KUSI station. They used to have a few other stations in Texas, however those were sold some time ago. They are also 100% independent, as all of the other affiliations already exist in the market. Without the draw of network programs, News and syndication are their only products. They just don't have the income to justify a new set.
  11. Wow.. I feel like I'm in 2008. I haven't seen that mic flag in a while. KFMB Morning Anchor Stella Escobedo was up covering the Grammys, then the death of Kobe Bryant. Maybe they're promoting their "News 8 Throwbacks" on YouTube. Lol.
  12. Here is the News 8 @ Noon opening. Additionally, it seems that the Noon newscast is solo anchored. News8OpenNoon.mp4
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