Some big changes are underway at KSEE 24 news, and in less than a week, they will be unveiled.
Our set changes are a surprise until the official launch of our new newscast, but we are offering a sneak peek.
The countdown is on and the clock is ticking for a big reveal at KSEE 24 news. Complete with a brand new high definition newscast, a vibrant new set, cutting edge technology and equipment and an upgraded product, that you at home can enjoy very soon.
KSEE 24 viewer Mike Smith says, "Change is sometimes good."
The changes go far deeper than a revamped look. KSEE 24's motto has always been 'News that Matters,' but now we're taking things one step further with our new logo; 'KSEE 24 news-Local News that Matters.'
News Director Chad McCollum says, "Showing folks how the news matters to them in their community, in their family, in their health. It's all about local."
Another exciting change will be made to Central Valley Today. It will soon start at 3pm, instead of 11am, and it will air for one hour. The unique lifestyle show will be hosted by Alex Delgado and Lindsey Pena.
"It's going to be a very conversational and down to earth show where we are hoping to provide all kinds of tips and advice," says Delgado.
George Takata, former CBS 47 News sports director, will now join the KSEE Sunrise team alongside anchor Carina Corral. Our noon newscast will replaced by an hour long eleven a.m. newscast.
After months of construction and training on new equipment, KSEE 24 news can't wait to debut everything new.
It's all made possible by our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting and it's multi million dollar investment.
Nexstar Broadcasting Vice President of Operations Blake Russell says, "To put on a much better product, a more strengthened product, a more seasoned product than we've had before."
When it comes down to it. It's local news and the viewer that matters.
KSEE24 General Manager Matt Rosenfeld says, "We really want to shock the audience with what an amazingly cool look this is going to be."