‘GMA’ goes golden for Oscars coverage

ABC News‘ “Good Morning America” turned its lower thirds golden for its post-Oscar coverage this morning.

The lower thirds, which were modified versions of the show’s standard “ribbon” design, included a bright yellow main tier and a lighter toned second tier that also included a gloss effect on the left side.

The show also changed the typeface to a wider, lighter font — that, combined with the yellow tones made the graphics look a bit reminiscent of the lower thirds seen on “CBS This Morning” in many ways.

Meanwhile, the show originated from the same Los Angeles-based red carpet and theatre-themed set used last year.

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