Brien Blakely and Kayla Ayres on the news set at WJZY (Channel 46). Fox46 redesigned its news set last year for a more authoritative presentation. “We wanted a more hard-news look,” said Council Bradshaw, who had a major hand in the redesign as vice president of creative services at the Fox-owned station.
Brien Blakely and Kayla Ayres on the news set at WJZY (Channel 46). Fox46 redesigned its news set last year for a more authoritative presentation. “We wanted a more hard-news look,” said Council Bradshaw, who had a major hand in the redesign as vice president of creative services at the Fox-owned station. Mark Washburn mwashburn@charlotteobserver.com
Brien Blakely and Kayla Ayres on the news set at WJZY (Channel 46). Fox46 redesigned its news set last year for a more authoritative presentation. “We wanted a more hard-news look,” said Council Bradshaw, who had a major hand in the redesign as vice president of creative services at the Fox-owned station. Mark Washburn mwashburn@charlotteobserver.com
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