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  1. NBCU is moving their master control operations for both NBC & Telemundo NETWORK to their facility near Denver - known as Dry Creek. Telemundo originating full time in the next few weeks, NBC by next summer. Shutting down what they call "BOC" at 30 Rock. Source: I work in the building. Also, union representing the operators in New York: [MEDIA=twitter]1022189298144227328[/MEDIA] And this is the same facility their NBC & Telemundo O&Os are located.
  2. 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]
  3. The new Telemundo Headquarters which was announced in February 2016 is now opening its doors to its first employees. If you look on social media (#TelemundoCenter) an open house was held for employees this weekend. The Telemundo Center consists of 475,000 sq ft of main building consisting of offices and studios; 100,000 sq ft of warehouse space; house upwards of 1300 employees; and cost upwards of $250 million. There are 13 studios ranging from 800-8,000 sq feet which will be connected by an almost pure IP network according to TVNewsCheck. Naturally being in Florida the building is designed to handle hurricanes has a waterproof shell. I’m not sure if the building is any of the main hurricane evacuation zones - something which they had to do last year with Hurricane Irma. [MEDIA=twitter]975066976962957312[/MEDIA] [MEDIA=twitter]975233084172984320[/MEDIA] [MEDIA=instagram]BgO4Vl4ARp1[/MEDIA] [MEDIA=instagram]Bbmov5SDamt[/MEDIA] [MEDIA=instagram]BgRzyVoF7l9[/MEDIA]
  4. Since we have an Olympics Broadcasting Thread, why not have one for the World Cup, too? Here’s a look at Fox’s studio at Red Square, and it looks damn fine: [MEDIA=vimeo]269856441[/MEDIA]
  5. http://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/programming/telemundo-adds-local-national-newscasts-noon-hour/170946 The following Telemundo O/O's (KVEA, WNJU, WSCV, KTMD, KXTX, WSNS, KVDA, KTAZ, KHRR, KTLM) will have local midday news, followed in the hour by the new network midday newscast. Both the local newscasts and the national "Noticias Telemundo Mediodia" airings will launch Jan. 22.
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