NBC Nightly News
“NBC Nightly News” is the flagship news program for NBC News. It is broadcast from Studio 3B in Rockefeller Center in New York City. The current anchor of the program is Lester Holt, who took over after Brian Williams was reassigned to MSNBC following his suspension.
“NBC Nightly News” misspelled the word “hundreds” in a fullscreen graphic during its coverage of the Iran nuclear deal.
NBC News has begun rolling out logo updates to its social media profiles, including updating the “NBC Nightly News” logo to include Lester Holt‘s name in the profile photo on its Facebook and Twitter page.
On Thursday’s “NBC Nightly News,” substitute anchor Savannah Guthrie mentioned the news that the U.S. Treasury plans to add a woman to the $10 bill — and the broadcast showed a fullscreen animated graphic with a silhouette of a woman that looked an awful lot like it could be Guthrie herself.
“NBC Nightly News” has begun using new angled graphics for its teases.
This OTS could have gone really bad, really fast if someone hadn’t paid attention to spacing.