July 31, 2015

BBC preparing new Singapore studio

On Monday, BBC World News will debut a new studio in Singapore for its “Newsday” program with Rico Hizon and Babita Sharma.

July 30, 2015

‘Situation Room’ updates logo, motion graphics

Approaching its 10-year anniversary in August, CNN’s “The Situation Room” rolled out a new look Wednesday complete with a revamped logo design. The design was completed by CNN’s internal CNN Design unit.

July 29, 2015

CNN debuts new weather center with chroma key floor

CNN took the wraps off a new weather center that incorporates interactive 3D technology in a unique way — a chroma key floor.

July 21, 2015

‘PBS NewsHour’ gets airy new look

The “PBS NewsHour” unveiled a new look and sound Monday — a drastic change for the iconic program.

July 15, 2015

CNN renames entire moon, changes its atmosphere

CNN has already taken liberties with geography — including “changing” Pennsylvania’s name to New York and moving an entire country to a different continent — but, apparently not satisfied to let its confusions be confined to Earth — the network is now tackling the solar system.

July 13, 2015

Iowa station: ‘Brush fire sh*ts down interstate’

KCCI-TV, the Hearst station in Des Moines, Iowa, fell victim to the inconvenient similarity between the word “shuts” and “shits.”

July 10, 2015

TV3 chooses Orad for election coverage

Spanish broadcaster TV3, the public broadcaster of Catalonia, utilized Orad’s graphic systems for coverage of the recent E-15 elections. Using sophisticated graphics, virtual mapping, virtual studios and augmented reality, TV3 was able to provide a dynamic look to viewers.

June 26, 2015

NRK news broadcasts debut new look, tune

Norway’s national broadcaster, NRK, debuted an updated news broadcast in June with new graphics, music and an updated set design.

June 25, 2015

Um, that’s the wrong type of ‘heroine’

Sometimes one letter can mean a big difference.

June 22, 2015

‘Nightly’ keeps look as Holt takes helm

Despite a new anchor, the visual look of “NBC Nightly News” remained the same on Lester Holt‘s debut as permanent anchor of NBC News‘ flagship broadcast.