Morning shows offer extended coverage of Hurricane Irma
‘Good Morning America’
ABC News‘ “Good Morning America” also featured extended live coverage Monday morning, with anchors Robert Roberts and George Stephanopoulos seated at the network’s Times Square studio in front of a video panel that normally shows a blue and typography heavy background during the 8 a.m. eastern hour.
Instead of that graphic, the network’s “Monster Storm” branding was prominently shown.
Meteorologist Ginger Zee then made use of the studio’s large L-shaped video walls to showcase her weather maps in favor of the “Extreme Weather Center” the show used Friday.
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