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News Matrix is a television news music package composed by Stephen Arnold. It features up to 100 cuts of opens, closes, promo bumpers, stingers and promo beds.

The package composed in 1998, is currently/has been used by 34 television stations nationwide. Originally composed for the Sinclair Broadcast Group, the first stations to use the package were KOKH in Oklahoma City and WSYX and WTTE in Columbus, Ohio.


Stations that used or have used News MatrixEdit

DMA# DMA Name Station Affiliation Years Used Notes
4. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania WPHL-TV MyNetworkTV, formerly Independent, The WB 2000-2006
5. Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas WFAA-TV ABC 2004-2005 Used a customized signature based on their previous news package, The Spirit by Stephen Arnold
13. Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida WFTS ABC 2002-2006
19. Orlando, Florida WFTV ABC 2004-2006
20. Sacramento, California KTXL Fox, formerly Independent 2002-2006
26. Baltimore, Maryland WBFF Fox 2001-2002
32. Columbus, Ohio WSYX ABC 1999-2002 First station (along with sister stations WTTE & KOKH) to use package
WTTE Fox 1999-2002 First station (along with sister stations KOKH & WSYX) to use package
42. Las Vegas, Nevada KVVU-TV Fox, formerly Independent 2002-2006
44. Albuquerque/Santa Fe, New Mexico KOB-TV NBC 2003-present Theme is still used on its weekly high school sports show New Mexico Gameday
45. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma KOKH-TV Fox, formerly Independent 1999-2001 First station (along with sister stations WSYX & WTTE) to use package
57. Albany, New York WXXA-TV Fox, formerly Independent 2003-2008
60. Mobile, Alabama WKRG-TV CBS 2002-2004
63. Lexington, Kentucky WTVQ-TV ABC 2004-2006
67. Roanoke, Virginia WSLS-TV NBC 2003-2006
69. Wichita, Kansas KSAS-TV Fox, formerly Independent 2004-2008 9pm newscast produced by KWCH
70. Green Bay, Wisconsin WLUK-TV Fox, formerly NBC, and ABC 2001-2008
86. Chattanooga, Tennessee WDEF-TV CBS 2002-present
87. Brownsville, Texas KRGV-TV ABC 2001-2007
98. El Paso, Texas KDBC-TV CBS 2001-2004
104. Florence/Myrtle Beach, South Carolina WBTW CBS 2002-2006
105. Tallahassee, Florida Florida's News Channel (cable) No affliliation 1999-2004
107. Fort Wayne, Indiana WFFT-TV Fox 2009-present Commissioned when WFFT debuted its 10pm newscast
115. Augusta, Georgia WJBF ABC, formerly NBC 2006
116. Peoria, Illinois WHOI (TV) ABC, formerly CBS 2002-2007
131. Amarillo, Texas KFDA-TV CBS 2003-2007
KTMO-LP Telemundo 2003-present
136. Monroe, Louisiana KNOE-TV CBS 2006-2007
137. Columbia/Jefferson City, Missouri K38II "KQFX-TV" Fox 2005-2007
138. Topeka, Kansas WIBW-TV CBS 2005-2006
WIBW-DT2 "MyNetwork Topeka" MyNetworkTV 2006-present 9pm newscast produced by WIBW-TV
141. Port Arthur, Texas KBTV-TV Fox 2009-present
145. Wichita Falls, Texas KAUZ-TV CBS 2005-2007
148. Joplin, Missouri KODE-TV ABC, formerly CBS 2006-present
154. Rochester, Minnesota KXLT-TV Fox 2000-2006 9pm newscast produced by KTTC
156. Midland, Texas KMID ABC 2005-present
184. Grand Junction, Colorado KREX-TV CBS 2004-2007
KFQX Fox 2004-2007 Aired rebroadcasts of KREX-TV's newscasts
188 Laredo, Texas KGNS-TV NBC 2005-2006
Mexico Mexico City, Monterrey Milenio Television Multimedios 2008-present 24 hours newschannel

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