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FOX News Channel's Indecisive Graphics Department

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Fox News just debuted ANOTHER new lower 3rd. So far it is only been used for "America's Newsroom"

 

It's an updated version of the current election lower thirds.

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Those lower thirds are remnants of the old design.

 

Only shows like Special Report or The Greg Gutfeld Show (Where the screencap was from) still use them.

 

 

Fox and Friends still uses them as well.

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New L3s are showing up on more programs now...

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If I didn't know better, I'd say they're moving towards the most consistent graphics they've had in a looooong time.

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New L3s are showing up on more programs now...

[MEDIA=twitter]734762289052549120[/MEDIA]

[MEDIA=twitter]734877309144961024[/MEDIA]

If I didn't know better, I'd say they're moving towards the most consistent graphics they've had in a looooong time.

 

Maybe it's me but I think that when they do a screen capture for Twitter or other social media accounts they should take the air feed. It looks weird sans bug and ticker.

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Caught the 2010 graphics on Sunday during Orlando coverage - these are typically used during Level 2 reports on Fox broadcast, but have otherwise been retired on FNC

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I noticed this, too. Surprised they still have that in the system. Overall, though, they seem to be doing a better job of debuting the new package across all shows than they have in the past.

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