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MLB on TBS new set and new full screen graphics

Spring Rubber

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I don't believe we talked about this here, but last week, MLB on TBS debuted a new set as well as new full screen/motion graphics for their MLB studio and game coverage.






As for the studio, it was partially necessitated because NHL on TNT took over the previous studio (Studio F) used for MLB coverage. This new MLB set (built in Studio D) seems intentionally basic, something that could easily be torn down and put back up every year. Seeing as they don't use the studio for regular season coverage, and it's just used for basically a week and a half each year (sometimes only one week) during the postseason, it's a waste to have the set up all year. Does anybody know if there's any other shows that routinely film in Studio D?


As for the motion graphics/full screen graphics, they're pretty sleek. This would have been a perfect time to debut new lower thirds and a new scorebug to match. You have to wonder if they considered changing everything all at once but simply weren't able to devote the resources to it this year, as they were placing most of their efforts on debuting the NHL coverage.


With Turner Sports debuting two new sets this month, I wonder if there's a slim chance we could also see new NBA and/or March Madness sets this season as well. I'm leaning towards next year, but I guess we'll see.

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