FOX 26 CELEBRATES A NEW LOOK AND A NEW RADAR!

CAN I HAVE SOME FOXRAD CAKE?


There was pizza and cake in the KRIV newsroom Thursday as the station launched a new look and a new high tech radar called FOXRAD. John Dawson tells The Insite it is the most powerful radar in the country. Also there are new graphics with a new logo at KRIV. Just check the local news here in Houston at 5 – 9 am, Noon or 9pm and drop back by The Insite and tell us what you think…And yes that is lead anchorman Mike Barajas hanging around the FOXRAD cake….

9 Comments

  1. Serena July 27, 2006 10:47 pm 

    I like the new graphics – especially the one in the lower left corner that shows the time as the box rotates.

  2. Anonymous July 28, 2006 1:01 pm 

    The I they stole that from the Fox News Network.

  3. Anonymous July 28, 2006 4:57 pm 

    HUH?

  4. Anonymous July 28, 2006 8:36 pm 

    How can an affiliate steal something from their own network?

    In case you haven’t noticed, changes are being made all across the Fox board… changes, in the sense that all affiliates are being morphed into little clones of the parent Fox News Channel.

  5. Anonymous July 28, 2006 10:21 pm 

    The graphics are mandated for all Fox O&O stations. Hence, the graphics you see on Fox 26 will be very similar to KDFW’s Fox 4 package in Dallas/Ft Worth and etc…

  6. Anonymous July 28, 2006 10:23 pm 

    Oh goodie. Houston always wanted to be like Dallas/Fort Worth … NOT

  7. Anonymous July 29, 2006 12:58 pm 

    OMFG!! I hate this new look, it make FOX 26 look national, but I always thought Fox26 would stay local, for like forever, the new strom seeker is nice but I just HATE the new look.

  8. Anonymous July 31, 2006 8:43 pm 

    if i see one more foxrad commercial or have to read “your gulf coast weather authority” on the bottom of the screen one more time… it is going a bit overboard

  9. Anonymous September 12, 2006 10:35 am 

    When will people be able to have instant access to Foxrad’s Radar online? The other Houston news casts let you view their radars. They even let you access their site. Why doesn’t Fox26 here in Houston let you access things like the weather and traffic?

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