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  1. Take the current local Telemundo look, crossbreed it with NBC's Look N, and this is what you get, and dammit, I think it looks better than Look N. Watch it before it's gone. (Note: It's entirely possible that this has debuted on some stations and I just slept through it. I know Chicago doesn't have this.) [MEDIA=vimeo]241068543[/MEDIA]
  2. I should've posted this a long time ago... So apparently, WPIX was planning on getting a version of the WXMI/WXIN look at some point, but it never happened. Some screenshots were posted on a Tribune Creative West designer's Cargo Collective portfolio page, but those screenshots must've been taken down last time I checked. However, I have them saved to my computer so here they are: News open: Split screen: Lower thirds and tickers (which would've looked similar to the ones that KFSM uses):
  3. 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.
  4. Has anyone ever tried to make any news graphics in HitFilm Express? Simple like the TEGNA graphics or more complex like the NBC O&O Graphics? I've seen tutorials online so I know graphics can be made. I was just wondering because I have the program and thought I'd try it out. If it doesn't work, I'll just use something else.
  5. Below are some questions that I hope can be answered to make my graphics look good. I think what I am trying to do is simple. I just don't know the term or how to do it. 1. How do you make a shiney shape with a change of color, lens flare on it? (See Hearst bug) 2. How do you texturize a shape like the GMA lower third? 3. Is there a way to make your graphics have REALLY smooth and slick animations? (I know of the Easy Ease, etc.) Thanks!
  6. WGCL debuted a new brand on October 16th.
  7. Weeters

    WTMJ 414ward

    WTMJ debut a new show today called "414ward" which replaces "Sunday Insight with Charlie Sykes" since he retired at the end of last month. (Yes, the first show features two former WTMJ personalities - John Mercure the former I-Team reporter and current radio host and former Meteorologist Jim Ott) I really like the flat dynamic lower thirds (About a minute into the second video you can see them in action) and the color scheme. Parts of letters seem to get cut off sometimes but I'm sure that will get fixed. Now if only they'd update The Morning Blend, which is still using it's 2009 HD graphics package (which was really just an update to the previous one)...
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