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1 minute ago, oknewsguy said:

Just from my own analysis it looks like a blend of maybe the Nexstar NBC package some of elements of the WISH package and even some of the elements that was carried over from the WATE package. I'd be curious to see what everyone on the form thinks of it.

 

Thank you Ryan for doing that I've tried mutiple ways of doing it but I just couldn't find a way to do it.

 

Happy to help

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57 minutes ago, TheRyan said:

 

But WLEX is owned by Scripps...is their package available for syndication to other stations?

It looks like it is. WNYT uses a red variation of the package. 
 

 

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From my understanding, Linear Drift is Nexstar's graphics hub and a standalone motion design agency. Some of their work is created exclusively for Nexstar stations (the WISH/WTNH and CBS/ABC/FOX/NBC looks for example) while others were commissioned by non-Nexstar outlets (such as the WLEX and CBS O&O looks). I believe that only their non-Nexstar looks can be syndicated to anyone.

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On 11/27/2019 at 8:43 AM, kfc513 said:

From my understanding, Linear Drift is Nexstar's graphics hub and a standalone motion design agency. Some of their work is created exclusively for Nexstar stations (the WISH/WTNH and CBS/ABC/FOX/NBC looks for example) while others were commissioned by non-Nexstar outlets (such as the WLEX and CBS O&O looks). I believe that only their non-Nexstar looks can be syndicated to anyone.

 

It's odd, but let's call Linear Drift what it is, which is not a standalone motion design agency. It's one guy, Rey Rodriguez (Giant Octopus) likely outsourcing builds to subcontractors. To call it an agency assumes that it's a team of people which it simply isn't.

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