Wichita station debuts new set, group graphics package
The station, which brands on air as KSN, installed a new set designed by the group’s in house design team.
The updated set features LED video panels and backlit walls with diffusion glass layered over it.
I am beyond proud of our @KSNNews team! Today, we debuted a new look. I can't wait to bring you all the news, weather and sports from our digs. Thank you to everyone who put in countless hours to make this set possible! #news #ksn #Thankful pic.twitter.com/xYfU4zS6uC
— Emily Younger (@EmilyYoungerKSN) July 17, 2018
Other panels add a ripple effect and include renditions of the station’s Channel 3 logo.
The circular, pod-like anchor desk includes an oversized view of the NBC peacock in its center panel, along with internally lit banding on its circular base.
The adjacent glassed in working weather center features an LED video ribbon header along with a small presentation pod and with video OTS video panel.
Nearby is a large, multipurpose video array.
In addition to the new set, KSNW also switched to using a graphics package similar to that used by sister station WNCN in North Carolina.
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