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On 3/27/2023 at 9:34 AM, Georgie56 said:

 

 Vlad seems like a nice guy, good for him. 

 

This reminds me of when CTM tried to add a fourth person with Bianna Golodryga. This might work as Vlad would be heavily involved in the program doing features more so than the actual fourth host. It does seem like CBS Mornings/CTM is rather unsettled however.

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4 hours ago, MediaZone4K said:

 Vlad seems like a nice guy, good for him. 

 

This reminds me of when CTM tried to add a fourth person with Bianna Golodryga. This might work as Vlad would be heavily involved in the program doing features more so than the actual fourth host. It does seem like CBS Mornings/CTM is rather unsettled however.


Maybe they’re preparing for Gayle’s eventual defection to CNN?

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On 2/3/2024 at 4:50 PM, TheNewsTV said:

 

WFOR has already debuted

 

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The network keeps making adjustments to this show (and it's predecessor's) graphics that aren't better. The CBS logo needs to be shifted to the right to fill the dead space where the ticker ends.

 

Excluding the ticker, this was probably the only decent L3 CBS This Morning/Mornings has ever had:

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New graphics premiered.

 

The open basically looks the same, but has been made shorter.

 

The lower-thirds look cartoonish and they went with a bold condensed font for the main text. Is the text an afterthought?

 

The logo, now stacked in two lines, stays on the left side of the screen like the other CBS newscasts and local news. (Previously it would move above the lower-third.)

 

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I should add that this is an upgrade over the previous look, which didn't let the text breathe and had too many sections that were just black. This is mostly white and feels lighter.

 

WCBS seems to be having problems with the ticker. It's been blank most of the time, occasionally running a single headline from the website before being blank again. It also remained on screen during most of the first commercial break. 

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And that wasn’t the only change today. CBS Morning News was renamed CBS News Mornings. And the CBS News Streaming version is now one of the regular editions of the CBS NewsHour.

 

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CBS Mornings:

 

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18 minutes ago, Geoffrey said:

New graphics premiered.

 

The open basically looks the same, but has been made shorter.

 

The lower-thirds look cartoonish and they went with a bold condensed font for the main text. Is the text an afterthought?

 

The logo, now stacked in two lines, stays on the left side of the screen like the other CBS newscasts and local news. (Previously it would move above the lower-third.)


The font is Flama Condensed Bold. News and Sports uses it in tandem with TT Norms.

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On 2/5/2024 at 7:06 AM, Geoffrey said:

New graphics premiered.

 

The open basically looks the same, but has been made shorter.

 

The lower-thirds look cartoonish and they went with a bold condensed font for the main text. Is the text an afterthought?

 

The logo, now stacked in two lines, stays on the left side of the screen like the other CBS newscasts and local news. (Previously it would move above the lower-third.)

 

Edit:

I should add that this is an upgrade over the previous look, which didn't let the text breathe and had too many sections that were just black. This is mostly white and feels lighter.

 

WCBS seems to be having problems with the ticker. It's been blank most of the time, occasionally running a single headline from the website before being blank again. It also remained on screen during most of the first commercial break. 

Agreed. The concept is not horrible. The L3's just look too cartoonish, flat, fat, and white. The graphics looked better in the CBS News Mornings shot, maybe because it doesn't have the ticker and the upper subject bar weighing it down. 

 

Broadstroke: As time advances television graphics are not.

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I think these look pretty good, actually. I like the different colors highlighting certain stories, a nice addition if you're just glancing at the screen and decide you want to focus more on a campaign or money story.

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