Memphis NBC station debuts new set

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WMC, Raycom Media’s NBC affiliate in Memphis, Tennessee, has debuted a new set that mixes cool metals with warm stonework. 

The set, from FX Design Group, features a row of five vertically mounted panels camera center that form a window-like video wall showcasing Memphis, which is flanked by gray columns with bolt-like accents and reveal lines. 

Outside of these pillars is a vertical printed graphic with city landmarks, while the horseshoe-shaped anchor desk with internally lit elements sits in the middle of home base.

The set also features an additional storytelling video wall to the left is set in a wall that blends faux stonework with backlit graphics.

A similar stone wall is situated to the right of the studio and holds a large video panel for the weather presentation pod.

A working weather area is situated in front of a curved, printed backlit wall boasting a monotone cityscape and three additional video panels mounted on poles. 

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