Cable News

May 20, 2015

Al Jazeera America’s ‘Inside Story’ gets new set

The Al Jazeera America version of “Inside Story” has a new set from Jack Morton PDG.

May 14, 2015

CNN uses virtual studio for Amtrak derailment coverage

Well, we knew it was bound to happen: CNN has rolled out its virtual studio for its coverage of the Amtrak crash in Philadelphia.

May 14, 2015

‘Tomorrowland’ takes over ‘SportsCenter’ set

ESPN‘s “SportsCenter,” as part of an advertising deal cut with corporate cousin Disney, will air a special commercial that features an ESPN anchor becoming part of the flick “Tomorrowland.”

May 13, 2015

Bloomberg updates graphics

Bloomberg tweaked some of its show insert graphics this week.

May 8, 2015

Sky News uses ‘150 box’ for election coverage

You may remember an Atlanta station’s 14 box. And who can forget that same station’s epic 25 box the very next day? Well, Sky News says “I’ll see your 25 box and raise you.”

April 28, 2015

CNBC christens San Francisco location

Soft launched in Early April, CNBC has a new home in San Francisco dubbed CNBC@1Market.

April 27, 2015

Man moons CNN viewers

During its live coverage of the riots in Baltimore surrounding the death of Freddie Gray, CNN gave its viewers an unexpected treat — a nice view of someone’s dairy aire.

April 24, 2015

CNN customizes politics section header

CNN.com has redesigned the header of its politics section, following what appears to be a trend of separating out political news into a semi-standalone brand.

April 11, 2015

Animated recreations go mainstream for news?

Animated recreations have been all the rage in cable news lately, drawing the ire of “Saturday Night Live” and many media critics, but a French based company is hoping to bring legitimacy to the practice of reconstructions through an online animation platform.

April 6, 2015

CNBC broadcasts from new San Francisco bureau

CNBC debuted its new San Francisco home today, located at One Market Plaza. The new bureau, dubbed CNBC@1Market, includes a small studio with views of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge.