Nexstar Texas station moves to new home

Nexstar’s KMID-TV in Midland, Texas, has opened the doors to its new building, which includes a new set.

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The new set wraps nearly 360 degrees around the studio (with a gap only for the chroma key wall) and includes an anchor desk with printed background and a frost fronted monitor wall on one side and an additional printed graphic and column with small monitors on the other.

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Faux stone and light wood tones are used throughout the set, along with internally lit columns in both outward-arching narrow columns and concave, wide sections of wall fronted with larger monitors.

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A working weather center includes a presentation pod, while a large grid-like wall of printed graphics serves as the background behind a large video screen.

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