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JamesWorldNews7,998 posts since 22 Aug 2004
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I was a frequent visitor to Midland/Odessa back in the early 2000’s for a period of 5 years. One tv station (can’t recall which) had an open set inside the airport terminal building departure zone, from where they broadcast their main tv news programmes ever day. It was a rather odd set-up.
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Viakenny322 posts since 6 Oct 2005
BBC World News
Today, September 1st, Globo's Jornal Nacional , Brazil's first nationally-televised newscast, celebrates its 50th anniversary, and, to mark the occasion, invited presenters from Globo stations (O&O and affiliates) across the country, representing all 26 states and the Federal District, to present the Saturday editions of JN until November.
The first duo with that duty, last night, was Márcio Bonfim (presenter of NETV 1ª Edição , aka NE1 , the midday newscast from Globo Nordeste, the network's owned-and-operated station in Recife/Olinda, Pernambuco) and Cristina Ranzolin (presenting Jornal do Almoço , the midday bulletin from RBS TV, the affiliate with stations covering all of Rio Grande do Sul).


And how that was announced on both stations, as seen on Globo Nordeste:

(And how it was seen on RBS TV - the very same announcement, but the with Jornal do Almoço theme instead of the generic Praça TV theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=is0iFwPinF4 )

Speaking of RBS TV, the station launched a new set two weeks ago. Here's how it looks like on their newscasts:
Bom Dia Rio Grande (morning):


Jornal do Almoço (midday):


RBS Notícias (evening, which was previously broadcast from the station's newsroom):
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Mouseboy332,653 posts since 10 Feb 2014
No apparently the mall is where their main studios are located.

According to WIKIPEDIA
The station is owned by Gray Television, as part of a duopoly with Big Spring-licensed CW+ affiliate KCWO-TV, channel 4 (which is simulcast in high definition on KOSA-TV's second digital subchannel); it is also sister to Odessa-licensed low-power Telemundo affiliate KTLE-LD, channel 7.5 (which is simulcast in standard definition on KOSA-TV's third digital subchannel and in high definition on KCWO's second digital subchannel). The three stations share studios inside the Music City Mall on East 42nd Street in Odessa, with a secondary studio and news bureau in downtown Midland; KOSA-TV's transmitter is located on FM 866 west of Odessa. The station is relayed on low-power translator K31KJ-D in Big Spring.
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Rkolsen2,802 posts since 20 Jan 2014
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CBS7 in Odessa Texas reporting on 'active shooters' when the mall it broadcasts from becomes involved in the shooting

Is this where their studio is, or did they just pop up there?


No apparently the mall is where their main studios are located.

According to WIKIPEDIA
The station is owned by Gray Television, as part of a duopoly with Big Spring-licensed CW+ affiliate KCWO-TV, channel 4 (which is simulcast in high definition on KOSA-TV's second digital subchannel); it is also sister to Odessa-licensed low-power Telemundo affiliate KTLE-LD, channel 7.5 (which is simulcast in standard definition on KOSA-TV's third digital subchannel and in high definition on KCWO's second digital subchannel). The three stations share studios inside the Music City Mall on East 42nd Street in Odessa, with a secondary studio and news bureau in downtown Midland; KOSA-TV's transmitter is located on FM 866 west of Odessa. The station is relayed on low-power translator K31KJ-D in Big Spring.


I’m not sure but I seem to recall the main areas of production - the newsroom, studio, and control room are set up where people in the mall can see in. Hopefully I imagine it’s bullet proof glass but still when and if there was activity you would want to get out too.
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