The image attached to this story shows many examples of how the TV aspect ratio can be adjusted.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- First Coast News launched a new format within television news broadcasts Thursday.
This new format includes changes in music, the appearance of information on the screen, as well as color coding and coordination of new stories to mirror the USA Today news categories. USA Today is owned by First Coast News' parent company Gannett.
First Coast News gets new look
First Coast News viewers may find that the appearance on their personal television screens may need adjustments to see the new format at its best. The adjustments that may need to be made are to the "aspect ratio".
The image attached to this story shows many examples of how the TV aspect ratio can be adjusted. The function may be labeled in different ways depending on the manufacturer. In some cases, the TV remote may not have a dedicated button and viewers will have to look for a similarly labeled item in their TV's menu. On most televisions, cycling through the options will put their TV back in the correct mode.
Referring to the television's User Guide may also be helpful in finding specific instructions for adjusting the aspect ratio.
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