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  1. Earlier in the month CBS 12 opened their 'Hurricane Answer Center' in presumably their news facilities. (reporters were seen in the center and main studio minutes apart) The 'Hurricane Answer Center', as displayed in the below FaceBook live video, shows a large monitor configuration with modern finishes. WPEC is the CBS affiliate for West Palm Beach Fl, owned by Sinclair. Their set, as it is today, via Newscaststudio.
  2. This is a 1948 look at the first CBS News set. That's Douglas Edwards who would have been about 98 years old this year. A desk... A monitor and big desk mic...Western Electric 639B ribbon mic. ...and an Underwood on a classic stand. Some of you may have to google Underwood. Later on... The first CBS Morning News set of the 1970's
  3. WFOR, the CBS O&O station in Miami, will be getting a brand new set in the coming weeks. According to morning anchor Eugene Ramirez on Twitter: [MEDIA=twitter]884336226215579648[/MEDIA]
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