‘Fareed Zakaria GPS’ finds its way to Hudson Yards studio
The show broadcast its first edition from 19Z Sunday, May 19, 2019.
“GPS,” which in this case stands for “global public square” but also has obvious allusions to “global positioning satellite,” uses an appropriately global look on air.
The show’s on-set graphics in both locations featured enhanced nighttime satellite imagery depicting the clusters of light emanating from populated areas of the world.
For the new set, the blue tint in the world maps was shifted to be a bit brighter, with a deeper shade reserved for the show’s square shaped logo that appears multiple times on the video walls.
The show did opt to keep the anchor desk in the same pebble-shape as the one used at Time Warner Center, though it now sits on an updated riser with integrated LED segment that forms a sort of “point” that can be read as both a compass direction or corner of the “square” motif.
- Design by Clickspring Design
- Lighting by The Lighting Design Group
- Fabrication by Showman Fabricators
- LED by Leyard
- Video wall control via Vizrt’s Viz Multiplay system
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