“Bloomberg Go” set different than CNBC, Fox Business shows
Dillon writes, “The show uses a simple setup that takes advantage of the studios seamless LED monitor wall, with virtual set extensions appearing on screen. Jim Mann’s Lightwell created the virtual elements, which capture Bloomberg’s HQ.
“For the shows opening sequence, Ruhle and Westin are see in various places with interspersed TV technology. The opening culminates with the duo on the roof, as the shows logo appears.
“Overall, the design is vastly different than competitors CNBC and Fox Business News, especially with the virtual background. Most TV sets rely on backlit panels and city shots, so it’s a welcome change.
“Along with ‘Go,’ Bloomberg rolled out its new newsroom studio, graphic package and theme music on Monday.”
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