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Motion Graphics agencies that did news graphics in the late 90s?


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On 11/1/2022 at 5:56 PM, Lukelikesgraphics said:

Ok I Have A Question what graphics did KGPE And KGET Run in the 2000s Because KGET Ran Third Coast While KGPE I Believe Extreme? so yeah ok so it was metropolis i was just confirming it 

 

I believe KGET and KGPE used the same client (Novocom), but they had different graphics in the late 1990s.

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1 hour ago, Metrodonmartin said:

KGET’s gfx in the late 90’s through 2009 or so we’re done in house by Eye Street Productions. Their commercial production division. Eye Street also did the same package for KGPE, KCOY and I believe KION. 

Thanks for the help, I appreciate that!

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On 11/3/2022 at 7:08 PM, Metrodonmartin said:

KGET’s gfx in the late 90’s through 2009 or so we’re done in house by Eye Street Productions. Their commercial production division. Eye Street also did the same package for KGPE, KCOY and I believe KION. 

But what about WCBS-TV New York?, Bill Carey was the news director at the time.

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