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Univision has begun rolling out their new 2019 graphics package for their O&O stations starting with WXTV Univision 41 (My hometown station!) since they just came out with a new set. I only captured two screencaps of the new package. If I get the chance, I'll screencap some more during their 11PM newscasts.
Here's the brand new Pulso designed set for WXTV Noticias Univision 41. This is possibly the first Univision O&O to receive a brand new set after the logo redesign. Like the many other Univision stations with the Pulso-designed set, this set features a big video wall. A unique feature of this set is the anchor desk, It's right at the center, plus it's standee only. This set just feels bigger than it should. My opinion: It's amazing! Easily my favorite out of all the Pulso designed Univision O&O sets. More info here: https://www.newscaststudio.com/2019/04/24/wxtv-univision-41-new-set/ UPDATE: WXTV also has a new graphics package as well and should be seeing the new look rolling out for Univision O&O stations in the future.
As some of you don't know, this Wednesday as of this typing, WXTV Univision 41 will debut a brand new set to match the ones from several of it's sister Univision O&Os (That would likely include a video wall). To celebrate, I'm going to share some images of WXTV's news sets throughout the years. First is the oldest known news set found around the net and it's the first news set (I think) from their former Secaucus, NJ studios. Here's several other news sets WXTV used during the 1980s: From the 1990s... And here are the news sets that were used from their current Teaneck, NJ facilities. Note: The first Teaneck news set is unique as the anchor desk faces in front of the news room during the 6PM newscast while other times it's in front of a city backdrop. Their longest used Teaneck set. Used from 2004 to 2012. Last but not least, their 2012 set. One with the old Univision logo and one with the then new one. Hoped you guys enjoy.
Gizmodo Media (a part of Univision Communications) has published a longform article detailing the severe debt problems that Univision is having, the mass layoffs that are devastating the news operations, and infighting that is going on within the company. It also takes a look at the Fusion fiasco and the huge amount of money wasted on that project. https://specialprojectsdesk.com/univision-is-a-fucking-mess-1825836622