Fort Myer’s WBBH unveiled its new high-definition home, built right behind the station’s existing studios. The new building houses the station’s new newsroom and new set. The new set includes a walkable LED video wall, color adjustable backgrounds, a huge weather set and several areas for stand-up reporting.
Other changes debuted today, include a new graphics package and a new logo (right). Gone is the red geometric background, carried over from logos of yore (left).
The new changes are only for Waterman Broadcasting owned WBBH and are not carried over to WZVN, whose set was literally right across the hall from WBBH in the same building. WZVN is owned by Montclair Communications, but is ran by Waterman Broadcasting under a local marketing agreement.
Check out video a video tour of the new set and newsroom below, c/o of the WBBH website.