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Not sure when this happened as it's been at least a few days since I was last there but news12.com has a different look this morning.  However, the logo has not changed.

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20 minutes ago, Vlad said:

Does the New Jersey location have new graphics?

 

Yes, the NJ website has a new look.  However the older News12 logo is used, as it is on air.  Only the graphic on Altice One menu's is the new one.  I checked out the Cheddar website but it appears different.  No change to on air graphics or look.

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Logo changed on Twitter and Facebook. I don't receive News 12 on TV but I'm not noticing any on-air changes yet while looking at the most recent video on their website. 

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2 hours ago, Kriston Lewis said:

New logo is live on News 12 Brooklyn. Looks more of a refresh rather than a rebrand.

So far only Brooklyn/The Bronx has the new graphics, the weather graphics are still the same for now. The ticker is way too small.

 

 

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Looks similar to the basic animations used for the WABC graphics package... I wonder if the same company did it for them.

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10 hours ago, Geoffrey said:

Logo changed on Twitter and Facebook. I don't receive News 12 on TV but I'm not noticing any on-air changes yet while looking at the most recent video on their website. 

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Guess this logo's been designed to go with the Altice logo (as the last one mimicked the old Optimum "ring").

8 minutes ago, Vlad said:

Looks similar to the basic animations used for the WABC graphics package... I wonder if the same company did it for them.

I thought that WABC look (which really sucks) was done in-house (which would explain why).

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I'm disappointed that there wasn't a bigger change to the graphics as I was hoping for a totally new look.  Thought they might go for some Euro-inspired package seeing as Altice is from France and The Netherlands and the logo sort of gives me that feel.  Instead, the graphics are largely very similar. Sure, they use more white and lighter blues.  The lower-thirds with a person's name and title are super bland. The info bar is similar, but no longer shrinks its height for one-line items (I hated when it did this). Weather graphics appear untouched (I'm expecting them to switch to the lighter colors). New slogan is "Local Matters."

 

To RGSJenkins, I agree that the ticker looks too small, but I believe it's only used for weather alerts.  With the look that's being phased out, I think it slightly covered the info bar.

 

Outgoing look for reference:

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A few screenshots:

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Last week Tuesday, News 12 Bronx/Brooklyn debuted the weather graphics. It's similar to WPIX's weather graphics and the other N12's don't have them yet.

 

 

However sad news for the News 12 Bronx/Brooklyn family, former lead anchor Kevin McCabe passed away today. He was with Cablevision for over 30 years and with N12BX from day one from '98 to '17.

http://bronx.news12.com/story/41408638/former-news-12-anchor-kevin-mccabe-passes-away

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Didn’t see this posted anywhere here yet:

 

Longtime News 12 reporter Erin Colton to take over morning anchor chair following retirement of Carol Silva

 

Definitely the most logical choice. She is fantastic in the field, one of the top AM reporters in the market. I think it’s a great choice, but it also speaks to the lack of a bench News 12 LI has within its anchor ranks. There was no one internally who is well known to LI viewers that they could have plucked and put in that seat, short of sliding over Elisa from traffic and features. 
 

The amount of talent that they have had walk out the door in the recent past is stunning. Drew Scott, Lea Tyrell, Colleen McVey, Bill Korbel and now Carol Silva. Bill and Carol’s retirements seem genuine, the others not so much (as we know from the lawsuit.)

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I know I saw watching on News 12 Westchester/Hudson Valley 4 days ago...

 

It was legendary New York broadcasting weather forecaster Craig Allen, he was subbing in for Steve Teeling for the evenings.

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https://www.alticeusa.com/news/articles/feature/media/news-12-receives-market-leading-69-new-york-emmy-award®-nominations

 

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Altice USA's News 12 Networks, the main source of local news in the New York Tri-State area, today received a market leading 69 New York Emmy® Award nominations across several categories, including Evening Newscast, Investigative Report, and Feature News, among others from the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 

This is the second straight year that the number of nominations News 12 has received has grown, with the networks previously receiving 51 nominations last year and 34 nominations the year before. Altice USA’s hyper-local News 12 Networks remains the most viewed TV network in Optimum households, and recently unveiled a modern fresh new look for its linear and digital properties.

Since its first broadcast in 1986, News 12 Networks has collected over 250 Emmy wins and will look to add to their total at the 63rd Annual New York Emmy® Awards Gala on April 18th in New York City.

The full list of News 12 nominees are listed below:

News 12 The Bronx

Crime: Program Feature/Segment/Special
Justice For Junior: Terror Of The Trinitarios
Stan Kowalski, Assistant News Director

Societal Concerns: Program/Special
Justice For Junior: Spirit Of The Streets
Stan Kowalski, Assistant News Director

Interactivity
Justice For Junior: The Trial
Stan Kowalski, Assistant News Director

Editor: News
Stan Kowalski, Assistant News Director

Talent: Anchor – Weather
Mike Rizzo, Meteorologist

 

News 12 Brooklyn

Feature News Report: Light Series
Bravo Brooklyn
Stan Kowalski, Assistant News Director

Feature News Report: Serious Series
The Broken Blue Line
Stan Kowalski, Assistant News Director


News 12 Connecticut

Feature News Report: Light Feature
Baby Boom
Marisa Alter, Reporter

Feature News Report: Serious Feature
Round Two
Marisa Alter, Reporter

Sports: News Single Story
Amber's Impact
Marisa Alter, Reporter

Editor: News
Jim Mennino, Editor

Talent: Reporter – Features/Human Interest
Marisa Alter, Reporter

Photographer: News
Jim Mennino, Photographer
 

News 12 Digital

Weather
Weather Squad Visits Rye Playland
Geoffrey Bansen, Meteorologist; Mike Rizzo, Meteorologist; Andrew Hurley, Editor; Annette Stellato, Producer; Andrew Singh, Photographer

Interactivity
News 12 Engage: A Multi-Screen Experience
Christine McGrath, Manager/Producer; Elizabeth Hashagen, Anchor/Producer; Chris Vaccaro, Vice President; Greg Cannella, Editor
 

News 12 Hudson Valley

Military: News
A Timeless Graduation
Pauline Chiou, Assistant News Director
 

News 12 Long Island

Environment: Program Feature/Segment
Go Green
Elizabeth Hashagen, Reporter

Historical/Cultural: News
Project Revival
Virginia Huie, Reporter

Human Interest: News
Ride For Life
Brian Jingeleski, Producer

Challenger Surf Camp
Thomas Franz, Editor

Sports: News Single Story
Half-Hearted Jack
Dave Dodds, Photographer

Paper Superbowl 3
Daniel Scaturro, Editor

Politics/Government: News
Cuomo Vs Nixon
Andrew Singh, Photographer

Politics/Government: Program Feature/Segment
Federal Balance of Power
Anthony Sande, Photographer

Religion: News
The Rollin' Reverend
Antoinette Biordi, Reporter

Societal Concerns: News
Congestion Pricing
Rich Barrabi, Reporter

Talent: Anchor – News
Stone Grissom, News Anchor

Talent: Anchor – Weather
Pat Calvin, Weather Anchor

Talent: Anchor – Sports
Kevin Maher, Anchor

Talent: Reporter – Political
Rich Barrabi, Reporter

Talent: Reporter – Sports
Jamie Stuart, Reporter
Kevin Maher, Reporter

Photographer: News
Brian Jingeleski, Photographer
 

News 12 New Jersey

Evening Newscast: Larger Markets (1-49)
Helicopter In The Hudson, 10PM Newscast
Alexander Lombardo, Executive Producer

Spot News
Fort Lee Fire
Alexander Lombardo, Executive Producer

Entertainment: Program Feature/Segment
On The Scene With John Bathke: This Isn't Going To Be A Poem
John Bathke, Reporter

Business/Consumer: News
Kane In Your Corner: Robocalls
Walt Kane, Producer

Education/Schools: News
Bullied In School
Walt Kane, Producer

Health/Science: News
Surprise Medical Bills
Walt Kane, Producer

Politics/Government: News
Kane In Your Corner: Politics
Walt Kane, Producer

Talent: Anchor – Weather
Dave Curren, Meteorologist

Talent: Reporter – Political
Walt Kane, Reporter

Writer: News
Walt Kane, Writer
 

News 12 Westchester

General Assignment Report
Slave Auction Controversy
Tara Rosenblum, Reporter

Continuing Coverage
Blindsighted - A Yearlong Probe Exposes Train Safety Lapse
Tara Rosenblum, Producer/Anchor

Investigative Report: Single Story
Surveillance Secret
Tara Rosenblum, Investigative Reporter

Feature News Report: Serious Feature
Jenny's Fight
Tara Rosenblum, Producer

Feature News Report: Serious Series
School Of Pain
Tara Rosenblum, Producer/Anchor

Children/Youth
Kindness Jars
Pauline Chiou, Assistant News Director

Education/Schools: News
The Bathroom Battle
Tara Rosenblum, Producer/Anchor

Crime: Program Feature/Segment/Special
Crime That Pays: Laura’s Story
Tara Rosenblum, Producer

Environment: News
Dam Dangers
Tara Rosenblum, Producer/Anchor

Health/Science: News
Fight For Marijuana Legalization
Pauline Chiou, Assistant News Director

Historical/Cultural: News
Underground Railroad Tour
Pauline Chiou, Assistant News Director

Military: Program Feature/Segment
Walk With Frank
Pauline Chiou, Assistant News Director

Politics/Government: News
HRC: The Interview That Circled The Globe
Tara Rosenblum, Producer/Anchor

Politics/Government: Program/Special
Power and Politics: The Leader Speaks
Tara Rosenblum, Producer/Anchor

Societal Concerns: News
Prescription Pad Problem
Tara Rosenblum, Producer

Societal Concerns: Program Feature/Segment
Countdown To Shutdown
Pauline Chiou, Assistant News Director

Societal Concerns: Program/Special
No Way Out: Loopholes In The Law
Tara Rosenblum, Host

Journalistic Enterprise
Tara Rosenblum - Journalistic Enterprise
Tara Rosenblum, Writer

Editor: News
Andrew Christman, Editor

Talent: Reporter – Features/Human Interest
Nadia Galindo, Reporter
Tara Rosenblum, Reporter

Talent: Reporter – Specialty Assignment
Tara Rosenblum, Reporter

Talent: Reporter – Medical
Tara Rosenblum, Reporter

Talent: Reporter – Performer/Narrator
Tara Rosenblum, Performer/Narrator

Photographer: News
Andrew Christman, Photojournalist/Photographer/Editor

Writer: News
Tara Rosenblum and Scott McGee, Writers

 

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News 12 Bronx/Brooklyn won't be broadcasting from their Bronx studio until at least Monday morning. N12 LI will broadcasting during that time.

 

With that and WCBS in mind, who here on this forum who lives in NYC wants a local anchor to broadcast from their house instead so they can keep it local?

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On 3/18/2020 at 2:44 PM, Spintech33 said:

News12 and WPIX have a history of paying for it's employees submissions - most other stations leave the burden of payment to the individual - so of course news12 will always have more Emmy Nominations and winners by the sheer fact - they submit more than anybody else. do the math

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News 12 LI is being covered out of the NJ studio and Hudson Valley/Westchester is out of Connecticut (same building) one of the reporters mentioned online they should be allowed back in the LI building by 7 tonight and should be able to do the late night newscasts from the building of all goes as planned. 

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News 12 LI evening anchor Stone Grissom is leaving the station, effective today

 

Hopefully this is his choice and not another cost-cutting move by Altice. Stone was a fantastic anchor and really steadied the nightly newscasts on N12. Best of luck to him. 

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