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New CBS O&O Look Coming Soon?

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On 6/17/2020 at 11:04 PM, SFTV said:

KPIX turned on the Bold on their lower thirds. Not sure if it’s an upgrade and prepping for the new graphics.


“Zoo Funding” was the before look.

 

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hmm interesting... Wonder if WJZ will follow along if a new graphics package come. Though they had this 4 year old CBS O&O package for 2 of the 4 years wonder what they would do. But the a General Manager is young and fresh there so.

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On 6/21/2020 at 3:14 PM, Gavin said:

Wonder if WJZ will follow along if a new graphics package come.

Of course. New era for them. They have the systems to do it now.

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It looks like they're testing out the full package here in Atlanta at WUPA before rolling out to the "bigger" O&Os.

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The few times I've watched CBSN (mostly back when the 10pm show on KBCW was still a thing), the slight misalignment between the bug and lower-third bar drives me crazy. Can't believe no one has fixed this yet.

 

 

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1 hour ago, caliwxdude said:

The few times I've watched CBSN (mostly back when the 10pm show on KBCW was still a thing), the slight misalignment between the bug and lower-third bar drives me crazy. Can't believe no one has fixed this yet.

 

 

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THIS! 🤣 I thought I was the only one.

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Apparently someone in the KPIX graphics department reads TVNT. Now roll this out across the O&Os!

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This is not new but I wanted to bring it up as a unique element that I'd seen only on WBZ (probably others have it too). The station's bug rotates out with the CBSN bug during newscasts and I think it's a subtle way to keep the station's CBSN brand relevant (since I feel the other O&Os just toss it aside, or at least they really have now). Something to think about if/when any new look comes rolling out, CBS TVNT reader.

 

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Video for reference: https://boston.cbslocal.com/video/4683885-rep-lynch-calls-for-top-to-bottom-review-of-fort-hood/

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37 minutes ago, JohnnyNews said:

Via KOVR13 

I think maybe aside from the "Possible PG&E Shutoffs," nothing else looks really new? See the similar recent example from CBS Chicago below, which has also already implemented CBSN. I wouldn't hold my breath on anything genuinely new for their on-air newscasts -- probably going to have to wait until maybe next year or even the year after. 

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5 hours ago, JohnnyNews said:

Via KOVR13 

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That's their Investigative unit package. They've had it for a while.

 

From what I've heard from people "in the know":

 

-The weather graphics were only changed to the CBSN local package because most stations don't have the resources to maintain two looks.

 

-Any plans for new graphics are indefinitely on hold due to the Viacom takeover and COVID. 

 

I'm considering closing this thread, it's becoming a "graphics speculation" thread where people just point out any random oddity as a "sign" of new graphics.

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4 hours ago, Weeters said:

That's their Investigative unit package. They've had it for a while.

 

From what I've heard from people "in the know":

 

-The weather graphics were only changed to the CBSN local package because most stations don't have the resources to maintain two looks.

 

-Any plans for new graphics are indefinitely on hold due to the Viacom takeover and COVID. 

 

I'm considering closing this thread, it's becoming a "graphics speculation" thread where people just point out any random oddity as a "sign" of new graphics.

I do agree with you but I posted it because it kinda looked like those full screen graphics that have the CBSN look to them.

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