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  1. I noticed cbssports.com is using a new logo for its header (replacing the old “boxed” logo). Possibly a sign of new graphics for the Super Bowl?
  2. 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.
  3. Out with the Gold, In With the Blue! FOX Business has announced that, starting Monday, they will unveil a refreshed look, website, and app. Promo and Explanation from Maria Bartiromo: https://video.foxbusiness.com/v/6090376741001/#sp=show-clips Forbes Article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/markjoyella/2019/09/29/fox-business-network-set-to-debut-refreshed-branding-monday/#133fd67b1224
  4. No sign of CBSN Chicago in sight, but WBBM is using some of the full screen graphics for local stories. Also, while it doesn't match the streaming look, they tested an updated 7-Day over this past weekend. While we're at it, let's throw in the ticker and bug adjustments at WCBS, too. (IceManNYR with the screenshot)
  5. Holy smokes! WBAY, which doesn't change packages often, just debuted new graphics today on their Noon newscast. Their previous package was only about two or three years old. Here are some screeen grabs from their Noon and 4 p.m. newscasts today. Not totally inspiring, but not the worst package I've ever seen. I still think WGBA has the best graphics in the market, closely followed by WFRV.

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