Weather Channel looks to ‘AMHQ’ look for revamped morning show
The new name has connected to the old name — with “AM” a common way to refer to morning hours or the morning as a whole in the U.S. (it’s actually short for ante meridiem, which is Latin for “before midday”) and “HQ” being a commonly accepted abbreviation for “headquarters.”
The show has retained the orange and white color motif from the “AMHQ” days as well as the metallic, circular graphics, though there have been updates made to accommodate the much longer show name.
The ring elements are also now more segmented.
The new look also eliminates the pointer element in the lower right of the circle and compass inspired part of the “Q.”
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In addition to the new name and talent shuffle, the show has also added two hours.
The network also says it’s adding more educational content to the show as well as other changes to come in the near future.
The show now officially spells out “headquarters” instead of using the “HQ” abbreviation.