“Citadel Communications has made a major investment in upgrading the entire station to HD,” WLNE vice president and general manager Chris Tzianabos said recently. “We are extremely pleased to offer viewers of WLNE-TV/ABC6 a crisp, high quality picture and dramatically different sound.”
Along with the HD conversion, WLNE debuted a revamped logo and redesigned website this month.
“We are bringing southern New England a whole new view of local news,” said news director Irene Mahoney-Paige.
WLNE is now using Adobe Premiere editing systems along with JVC HD field cameras and Panasonic robotic studio cameras.