I’ve got Sixty Minutes on in another window on this computer. There’s something about that show you might know and maybe no one except someone in broadcasting would care to know.
Sixty Minutes does not font!
When someone is interviewed or a locale is shown there are no illustrative words cluttering the screen. I don’t think I miss them.
Are there any other news shows without fonts? At one time neither the president or pope was fonted, but even that rule’s no longer followed!
I’ve watched Sixty Minutes for a long time-back when they were on Thursdays and the open and close wraps were done live (same thing when they first moved to Sunday’s). They never fonted. Of course electronically produced fonts didn’t exist back then, but Sixty Minutes didn’t use ‘state-of-the-art’ camera cards either.
It was also one of the last shows to move from film to video. Film’s a better medium under some circumstances. Unfortunately, Sixty Minutes looked flat on film! The transition to video was for the better.
Stay classy Sxty Minutes. No fonts.