Nexstar Broadcasting Group, if you can believe it, is actually making a stride in their web design. Slowly but surely, some of its stations are starting to use a new layout. It looks much more modern than its previous boxy design (still in use by WFRV and several other of its stations), and it is an overdue step forward.
About 1/3 of Nexstar's stations are using the new design so far. I expect WFRV to switch sometime within the next few months, because they always seem so "up" on things.
Some sites that have switched already include: CNYhomepage.com, OzarksFirst.com, MyHighPlains.com, NWAhomepage.com, CentralIllinoisProud.com, TexomasHomepage.com, BigCountryHomepage.com, and ArkansasMatters.com.
So, is this a stride on Nexstar's part? Will this bring more people back to WFRV's website (WeAreGreenBay) when they switch to the new layout?