‘The 11th Hour’ goes bold, dramatic in holiday greeting and credits

MSNBC’sThe 11th Hour” created a dramatic credits sequence that doubled as a holiday greeting from the show’s anchor, Brian Williams, and its behind the scenes crew.

The segment features shots of staff members at work before the image froze, the background became black and white and the person color become more saturated along with his or her title and name.

At the end, a wide shot of the crew gathered around “The 11th Hour” anchor desk, with Williams seated at it, wished viewers a happy holidays with on-screen text.

Background music included two versions of VideoHelper’s “None More Black” along with ringing sleigh bells blended in. “The 11th Hour” uses variations of the same music package as its theme music. 

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