AUSTIN (KXAN) - KXAN Austin News continues its legacy of market leadershipTuesday with the launch of High Definition newscasts.
“KXAN Austin News is pleased to offer High Definitionnewscasts to our tech savvy Central Texas viewers,” saidPresident and General Manager Eric Lassberg. “In addition, wewill offer superior graphics and on-air tools for a weatherforecast that is detailed and easy to understand.”
KXAN Austin News worked with the Emmy award-winning scenic andlighting design firm FX Group to design a visually creative andflexible news set that will be used for all newscasts. KXAN AustinNews has upgraded with state of the art HD studio cameras, HDweather forecasting equipment and HD graphics.
“High Definition newscasts and cutting edge visualshighlight our commitment to quality and clarity, in both contentand presentation,” said News Director Michael Fabac.
Viewers began seeing the new HD broadcasts Tuesday during thenoon broadcast on KXAN Austin News.
“I am extremely grateful for the skilled and persistentteamwork of our management team and our entire staff in bringingthis memorable milestone to fruition,” said Lassberg.
Check out the behind the scenes look at our conversion to HD bygoing to our YouTubepage.
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