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KSNT (Nexstar NBC) is finally getting a new studio after years and years of hand-me-downs. Their now old set was a hand-me-down from KSHB sometime after KSHB went HD in 2008. I kind of grew up watching KSNT so I'm a bit aware of its history. They did numerous refreshes to it through the years, but the basic structure was still there (the weather center remained virtually unchanged). To give you an idea of how old it was, KSNT's studio seemingly wasn't large enough for the full thing, so they had to (video from 2010). They went HD in 2012 and for the short-lived "Kansas First News" brand after they became a triopoly. Still little done to the weather center. Finally, sometime in late 2014 or early 2015 , this time replacing the main backdrop with large printed graphics and added a large 3x3 monitor array where the old stand up used to be. I'm excited to see what they get. Anything will be an improvement and worlds better than what WIBW currently has.
For flexibility, I need poster board/paper for green screen. Which color would be the best between these two? Anyone have links to better colors? Thanks. [MEDIA=amazon]B000YQINRC[/MEDIA] [MEDIA=amazon]B00275EBD8[/MEDIA] Also, has anyone done any green screen tracking in Davincii Resolve 14 or Fusion? Can you have multiple separate screens and put different backgrounds on each? Are these programs easy to use for stuff like this? Any better programs?
Thursday afternoon (July 20) beginning with the 5:00 p.m. newscast, KOCO moved production of its newscasts to the station's newsroom, as it prepares to retire its ten-year-old FX Group set. The station will be building a new set in its main production stage over the next few weeks, which, as chief meteorologist Damon Lane stated, would among other things include a state-of-the-art weather center designed "with Oklahoma in mind".