A year in the making, KFOX-TV is preparing to debut a new set from Devlin Design Group. The set includes color changing graphic panels, a large monitor wall and a stand up area. We’ll see the full set soon.
“Meet the Press” will usher in a new set design on October 5, according to a statement from moderator Chuck Todd. “With a bit of luck, we’re going to have a shiny new set,” said Todd during Sundays broadcast.
MSNBC has not broadcast from Studio 3A since Friday, raising the question of what’s going on. Most programming has originated from Studio 3K with “Early Today” broadcasting from Studio 3B, the home of “NBC Nightly News.” We’ve heard various rumors of changes underway, but NBC News public relations calls this work “maintenance” and will not […]
CNN‘s weekly media show “Reliable Sources,” hosted by former TVNewser and New York Times writer Brian Stelter got a new look starting with this weekend’s show. With this edition, the show has been relocated to the former “Communications Center” in New York City. The show’s new look relies heavily graphics being feed to video walls and flat […]
WBBH-TV, the Waterman Broadcasting owned NBC affiliate in Ft. Myers, Fla., has debuted a sleek new set and newsroom. The set, designed by , is dominated by color changing LED walls, including sections that feature printed graphics with a wave-like texture. The standing anchor desk is situated in front of a large color changing wall […]
NH1 News launched this week, bringing an independent television news source to New Hampshire. Owned the Carlisle Media Group, NH1 has 35 staff members in place and plans to cover the entire state through a multimedia effort. NH1′s website is slated for launch next week. “We want to be relevant, we want to be independent,” […]
AKA Creative Group, Inc. debuted a new website and logo recently. The Canadian firm won our 2012 Set of the Year competition and has created many unique projects for CBC’s Olympic coverage, “Canada AM,” “The Social” and the Pac 12 Network.
Denver‘s KMGH-TV, the Scripps ABC affiliate has debuted a new set that has a unique feature — it’s “missing” a home base. The set, designed by , was purposefully designed that way to give the station maximum flexibility. The set is also missing chairs or stools — anchors and other talent stand throughout the entire studio, […]
ESPN has teamed up with the Clevelander Hotel to create two new studios in Miami. “Highly Questionable” will feature a colorful new set and different look while still retaining a Miami flavor including a window behind the panelists that will offer a South Beach view of palm trees, sand and surf. From its debut in […]
ABC’s venerable daytime talker “The View” has given itself a head to toe makeover. The show, which relocated from its 67th Street studio in Manhattan, its home since it debuted in 1997, to the former “Katie” studio on 66th, received a complete makeover that includes a new set, new logo and graphics package. The set, designed […]