Nov 6, 2023

It is the longest-running TV program in history...

Hello! I’m Cole and Today in Design is my newsletter devoted to bringing you the best of what’s happening today in design. If you’re new here, join designers from all over the world and sign up so I can see you back here every weekday morning.

TODAY IS A SLOWER NEWS DAY

Good morning. Here’s what’s happening today in design: Midjourney gets style tuner; IDEO lays off 25% of staff; Why AI companies don't think copyright matters; What would a dystopian supermarket look like?; How to choose a company (for work); How to write for design; Layers has a Discord; Figma and Framer Components design system; Measuring customer satisfaction; Make more money as a designer; Should Apple make this 'mute dongle'?; Ever wondered what a glass jet engine looked like?; Retro Casio watch faces for Apple Watch are dope.

TODAY IN DESIGN 1947

"Meet the Press": Redefining Political Discourse.

In an era when television was emerging as a formidable medium, "Meet the Press" debuted on NBC, charting a new course in broadcast journalism. As the longest-running television program in history, it carved out a niche for itself by offering an unprecedented platform for political discourse.

"Meet the Press" didn't just bring journalists and politicians together; it transformed the way viewers engaged with national and international affairs. Its format, characterized by a panel of journalists questioning public figures, pioneered a template for political debate and analysis, influencing the design of news programs worldwide.

NEWS

ARTICLES

DISCUSSIONS

RESOURCES

PODCASTS

LIKES

Subscribe to keep reading

This content is free, but you must be subscribed to Today in Design to continue reading.

Already a subscriber?Sign In.Not now