Indiana station debuts new home
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Nexstar’s NBC affiliate in Terre Haute, Ind., has a new set.
The station, WTWO-TV, debuted a new set earlier this week.
The set includes a new anchor desk and weather pod with angled sides and internally lit, color changing LEDs.
Behind the anchors is a large video wall, with a vertically mounted panel to the left and a large floor-to-ceiling span of printed graphics to the right.
The set is accented with faux stacked stone and large, geometric wall with rectangular shapes rotated around an axis.
The weather center also includes additional printer graphics and a flatscreen for OTS elements.
In addition to the new set, the station also updated its graphics package.