‘Fareed Zakaria GPS’ updates motion graphics, moves studios

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CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS” recently saw updates, including new motion graphics and a move to Studio 72.

Airing on the weekend, the show aims to be a “global public square” of discussion on diverse topics from around the world. With the redesign, the graphics are more in line with that vision, using a glossy globe and imagery of world events dnd leaders during the opening.

Opening Sequence

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The updated graphics were completed in-house by CNN’s design team.

Studio wise, the show is now using Studio 72, also home to “CNN Tonight” and formerly the studio of “Piers Morgan Tonight.”

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For the show, some new graphic panels have been added, with Zakaria’s desk moved from the previous studio.

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