Central Florida’s News 13 debuts new set
The new look, designed by Park Place Studio, features a similar look and feel as the sets found at Bay News 9 in Tampa and InfoMás, the Spanish-language channel the two networks share responsibility for.
The new look mirrors the look at Bay News 9, with bold red and blue tones used in the backlit walls and video panels.
The network didn’t however, replace its weather center, which was replaced two years ago, reports Florida News Center.
The Orlando studio is also meant to serve as a backup for Bay News 9 or InfoMás (or vice-versa) in the event of a hurricane or technical issues.
None of the networks changed graphics or music.
Photos courtesy Florida News Center.