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Saw this posted on Facebook. Seems like WOIO has either got a new set or updated the existing one. Practice is ongoing and will debut soon according to Meteorologist Samantha Roberts. Looks like no more green screen.... video wall it is. 

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Much improved. That cramped fake brick loft look was bad. I miss the big newsroom set. That looked big city.

 

Curious.. how is the anchor team working? The two leads, respectfully, seem minor league. 

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54 minutes ago, TexasTVNews said:


That is a beautiful set from the looks of it. Can’t wait to see the rest of it. Won’t critique it till I see all of it. But looks good it’s like an extension of the 12th street street side set...

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50 minutes ago, Gavin said:


That is a beautiful set from the looks of it. Can’t wait to see the rest of it. Won’t critique it till I see all of it. But looks good it’s like an extension of the 12th street street side set...

There were more pictures on the website. I think it top notch and sleek. I wonder if this will be the model for all Gray stations?  Job well done 19!

 

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Oh what's this? A new studio that actually meets TVNT's high standards? Better mail them an award. 😉

 

On 8/15/2020 at 4:48 AM, Breaking News said:

I wonder if this will be the model for all Gray stations?

 

I wouldn't think so, although Gray has shown a willingness for their larger markets to have a unique image (see: WAVE graphics).

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4 hours ago, MidwestTV said:

Oh what's this? A new studio that actually meets TVNT's high standards? Better mail them an award. 😉

 

I wouldn't think so, although Gray has shown a willingness for their larger markets to have a unique image (see: WAVE graphics).

 

It makes me think...how would Gray handle a station in their home market if given the chance?

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