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Earlier this week, WEAR in Pensacola started doing their newscasts from the newsroom. 

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Their set was one of the original Devlin sets that Sinclair debuted in 2008 in Baltimore, Columbus, Asheville and Pensacola when they went HD.  This leaves WLOS as the last Sinclair station on this particular set.

 

Seeing what WSET just got, could they be in for something similar?

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2 hours ago, tyrannical bastard said:

Earlier this week, WEAR in Pensacola started doing their newscasts from the newsroom. 

May be an image of 4 people and people standing

Their set was one of the original Devlin sets that Sinclair debuted in 2008 in Baltimore, Columbus, Asheville and Pensacola when they went HD.  This leaves WLOS as the last Sinclair station on this particular set.

 

Seeing what WSET just got, could they be in for something similar?

How many of those Devlin HD sets from 2008-2010 are left now?

 

there was a whole slew of them like the one WEAR had… with the projector monitors with the rounded frames… among other similarities (desks, frosts, etc.)

 

The only ones that come to mind are KREX and KOMU.

 

Used to be quite a few of them out there. 
 

Maybe @Dan Devlin keeps tabs on these things?

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42 minutes ago, MarkBRollins88_v2 said:

How many of those Devlin HD sets from 2008-2010 are left now?

 

there was a whole slew of them like the one WEAR had… with the projector monitors with the rounded frames… among other similarities (desks, frosts, etc.)

 

The only ones that come to mind are KREX and KOMU.

 

Used to be quite a few of them out there. 
 

Maybe @Dan Devlin keeps tabs on these things?

The initial Sinclair ones were virtually identical at the time.  As Sinclair updated more of their (legacy) stations, Devlin introduced new designs over the years.  

 

WPMI's set is also a Devlin one, but it was commissioned by Newport right before they were sold to Sinclair.  Sister station WHP (also from Newport to Sinclair) got a similar set to theirs,  with some different placement and treatments.

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