Guiding Light Changes Featured in Newspaper

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amd_light1.jpg Things are looking a little shaky these days at Guiding Light, history's longest-running soap opera. The New York Daily News has a look at the show's recent changes...

The producers don't think that's a bad thing, either. A little shakiness, courtesy of hand-held digital cameras, is just one part of a major makeover they hope is transforming the look and style of the 71-year-old show from staid and traditional to fresh, contemporary and provocative.

" 'Guiding Light' has always been at the forefront of technology," says producer Janet Morrison. "It's just a way it continuously becomes a better version of itself.

"We've gone from three-wall sets to four walls and a ceiling. Now when the characters drive a car, it's a real car, not a car sitting there with fake trees..."

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