Contents 1 Shows recorded at or broadcast live from NBC Studios 2 Current studio spaces 3 Other locations 4 See also 5 References 6 External links


Shows recorded at or broadcast live from NBC Studios[edit] 30 Rockefeller Plaza is the world headquarters of NBC. Ground-level entrance Marquee from the side Among the shows originating at 30 Rockefeller Plaza: Program Network/Station Dates Studio 30 Rock NBC 2006–2013 8-H (Live episodes) All In with Chris Hayes MSNBC 2013–present 3-K, 4-E Call My Bluff NBC 1965 6-A The Caroline Rhea Show Syndication 2002–2003 8-G Charge Account/Jan Murray Show NBC 1960–1962 6-B Concentration NBC 1958–1973 3-A, 6-A, 8-G Countdown with Keith Olbermann MSNBC 2007–2011 1-A The Crossover NBC Sports Network 2013–2014 8-G Dateline NBC NBC 1992–present 3-A, 3-B, 3-K, 4-E The David Letterman Show NBC 1980 6-A The Cycle MSNBC 2012–2015 3-A, 3-K The Doctors NBC 1963–1982 3-B/3-A Dough Re Mi NBC 1958–1960 6-A Dr. Nancy MSNBC 2009 3-A The Dr. Oz Show Syndication 2009–2012 6-A Early Today NBC 1999–present 3-K, 4-E The Ed Show MSNBC 2009–2015 3-K, 3-A Football Night in America NBC 2006–2014 8-G, 8-H He Said, She Said Syndication 1968 8-H House Party with Steve Doocy Syndication 1990 6-A How to Survive a Marriage NBC 1974–1975 8-G Howdy Doody NBC 1947–1960 3-A,3H,3K,8G Huntley-Brinkley Report NBC 1956–1970 6-B,5-HN,8-G Jackpot NBC 1974–1975 8-G The Jane Pauley Show Syndication 2004-2005 8-G Jeopardy! NBC 1964–1975 8-G Last Call with Carson Daly NBC 2002–2005 8-H The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell MSNBC 2011–present 3-K, 4-E Late Night (David Letterman and Conan O'Brien) NBC 1982–2009 6-A Late Night with Jimmy Fallon NBC 2009–2014 6-B, 6-A Late Night with Seth Meyers NBC 2014–present 8-G Live at Five WNBC 1980–2007 6-B The Match Game NBC 1962–1969 8-H Maya & Marty NBC 2016 6-A Megyn Kelly Today NBC 2017-present 6-A The Meredith Vieira Show Syndication 2014–2016 6-A Missing Links NBC 1963–1964 6-A Morning Joe MSNBC 2007–present 3-A Morning Meeting with Dylan Ratigan MSNBC 2009 3-A MSNBC Live MSNBC 2007–present 3-A, 4-E NBC News at Sunrise NBC 1983–1999 3-K NBC Nightly News NBC 1970–present 8-G, 3-K, 3-C, 3-B NBC Sports studio shows NBC 1947–2014 6-A, 3-K, 8-G News 4 New York WNBC 1941–present 3-B, 6-B, 7-E, 3-C, 3-K PDQ (New York shows) Syndication 1965–1969 8-G Personality NBC 1967–1969 6-A The Phil Donahue Show Syndication 1985–1996 8-G Play Your Hunch NBC 1959–1963 6-B Reach for the Stars NBC 1967 6-A The Rachel Maddow Show MSNBC 2008–present 3-A Rock Center with Brian Williams NBC 2011–2013 3-B The Rosie O'Donnell Show Syndication 1996–2002 8-G Sale of the Century NBC, Syndication 1969–1974 8-H Saturday Night Live NBC 1975–present 8-H, Brooklyn-2 Say When!! NBC 1961–1965 6-A Shoot for the Stars NBC 1977 6-A Somerset NBC 1970–1976 Brooklyn Split Personality NBC 1959–1960 6-A That Was the Week that Was (TW3) NBC 1963–1965 6-A, 8-H (live) Tic Tac Dough NBC 1956–1959 8-G, 6-B, Brooklyn (nighttime) Today NBC 1952–present 3-K, 8-G, 6-A, 1-A To Tell the Truth Syndication 1971–1978; 1980–1981 8-G, 8-H, 6-A The Tonight Show (Jack Paar, Johnny Carson and Jimmy Fallon) NBC 1957–1972; 2014–present 6-B Treasure Hunt NBC 1957–1959 8-G Twenty One NBC 1956–1958 6-A, 6-B Up MSNBC 2011–2013 3-A Verdict with Dan Abrams MSNBC 2007–2008 3-A What's My Line? Syndication 1971–1975 6-A The Who, What, or Where Game NBC 1969–1974 6-A, 8-H Way Too Early MSNBC 2009–2016 3-A Word for Word NBC 1963–1964 6-A You're Putting Me On NBC 1969 6-A


Current studio spaces[edit] 30 Rockefeller Plaza as seen from the Citigroup Center at dusk. Studio Production Notes Floor 1A The Today Show The network's daily morning program is produced at a ground-level windowed studio across 49th Street from 30 Rockefeller Plaza since the mid-1990s, at 10 Rockefeller Plaza; it was previously broadcast from inside the skyscraper. Studio 1A is a multilevel studio. The studio was also used by WNBC's Live at Five, and MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann.[1] and NBC Nightly News for a short period during decontamination of the broadcast's facilities and offices in October 2001 due to the 2001 anthrax attacks. Ground floor 2K MSNBC Secondary HD Control Room Debuted October 22, 2007, and is the home to MSNBC programs. An MSNBC/NBC News Newsroom connects control room 2K and studio floor 3A. 2nd floor 3A MSNBC main studios and headquarters Debuted October 22, 2007, and is the home to many MSNBC programs including the main news desk where MSNBC Live and other MSNBC programs are shot. An MSNBC/NBC News Newsroom connects Studio 3A and Studio 3C. Former home of NBC Nightly News. 3rd floor 3B Vacant Former home of the Huntley-Brinkley Report,[2] the NBC daytime serial The Doctors,[3] the Today Show, Dateline NBC, NBC Nightly News, and coverage of the 2008 presidential election. 3B is the only studio in the building which has kept its original dimensions since it was constructed in 1933. Nightly News ceased occupying this space in 2017. 3rd floor 3C NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt Formerly home of NBC Nightly News from November 8, 1999 to October 23, 2011, however the studio's size was decreased significantly during a 2007 renovation. From April 21, 2012 until October 9, 2016, News 4 New York originated from this studio.[4] The network's flagship evening broadcast began using the space again on July 14, 2017. 3rd floor 3K WNBC 3K was formed by combining former radio studio 3F and studio 3H. 3H was the first studio in the building to be converted for television production, being converted in 1935 and serving as NBC Television's lone studio[5] until the conversion of Studio 8G in 1948. Former home of NBC Nightly News, NBC Sports, The Today Show, The Ed Show, The Howdy Doody Show, The Gabby Hayes Show, Early Today, All In with Chris Hayes, The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell and Dateline NBC, [6] green screen room for coverage of 2008 presidential election result program for NBC News/MSNBC.[7] Became the home of News 4 New York on October 9, 2016. [8] 3rd floor 4E MSNBC newsroom & studio/Dateline NBC/Early Today New newsroom and studio for MSNBC, built in spring 2016. Located in the northeast corner of the building, with windows overlooking West 50th St and Rockefeller Plaza and skating rink. The glassed-in studio in the corner is apparently designated Studio 4E, but shows also originate from the various locations in the newsroom area. The studio, also currently the home of the weekend Nightly News, features a giant decorative clock with large gears prominently in the center of the room, next to a stairway connecting to the 3rd and 5th floors. 4th floor 5B Decommissioned Radio Central Studio, control center and production facility for Monitor, NBC's "weekend radio service," NBC Radio News on the Hour and other programs 5th floor 5H/5HN Decommissioned NBC News "Instant News" Studio A small studio used for breaking news bulletins during the Huntley-Brinkley era. Cameras in this studio were kept "hot" (on) 24 hours a day in case of an emergency. Most notably, network coverage regarding the John F. Kennedy assassination originated from this studio. It was also used for cut-ins regarding the Gemini 5 spaceflight.[9] 5th floor 6A Megyn Kelly Today A former home of Twenty One,[10] The Tomorrow Show,[11] The David Letterman Show,[12] Late Night with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, The Dr. Oz Show, and NBC Radio Network programs with studio audiences from 1933 to the 1950s, 6A was the first 30 Rock studio to be converted for high definition television. In August 2013, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon moved into this space while Studio 6B underwent renovations for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.[13] From September 2014 to May 2016, Meredith Vieira's daytime talk show, The Meredith Vieira Show, originated from this studio as well. In the summer of 2016, Maya & Marty, a variety show that featured Maya Rudolph and Martin Short also originated from this studio. 6th floor 6B The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Also the original home of Broadway Open House,[14] Bob Hope's radio program,[15] television version of Texaco Star Theater,[16] The Ernie Kovacs Show,[17] Tonight Starring Jack Paar, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and NBC Nightly News. Former home for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and the former studio for flagship station WNBC. 6th floor 6C NBC Digital Studios The current home of such web based shows as "The Untitled News Comedy Show", "Starstruck", and "A Big Life with Sissy Biggers". Was previously home to a small set for WNBC as well as WNBC's Master control.[18] 6th floor 6E Global Media Insert Studios [2] Former home of Early Today and MSNBC secondly studio (Ed Show home and Breaking News coverage), called as "Newsnooks". This space was previously a portion of WNBC's Master Control. 6th floor 7E WNBC newsroom The WNBC newsroom and home of WNBC's newscasts from 2008 to 2012. During the time WNBC broadcast news from this space, it did so from a small studio built into space that was formerly a conference room. Since WNBC has moved production of newscasts to Studio 3C in 2012 and Studio 3K in 2016, the studio space in 7E has been converted into additional office space for the WNBC Newsroom. 7th floor 8B Decision 2010 Coverage This studio was used for coverage of the 2010 midterm elections.[19] 8th floor 8G Late Night with Seth Meyers A former radio studio converted for Television use in 1948 and went on air April 22 of that year.[20] Former home of The Phil Donahue Show, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, The Caroline Rhea Show, The Jane Pauley Show and Football Night in America, as well as the original Concentration and Jeopardy! which recorded their color episodes on alternating days/weeks from 1964 to 1975. NBC Nightly News used this studio during the 2007 renovations of NBC News headquarters, except on some Sunday evenings where, due to football programming, the news was broadcast from Studio 1A. This studio has also been used for Decision 2008 and Decision 2010 election night coverage. 8th floor 8H Saturday Night Live Studio 8H was, at the time of construction, the world's largest radio studio. It was converted to television use in 1950 (however, it had hosted television broadcasts prior to conversion, namely for simulcasts of The Voice of Firestone). Former home of Kraft Television Theater and other live dramas, election night coverage, Last Call with Carson Daly, Later with Bob Costas, and the NBC Symphony Orchestra under Arturo Toscanini. Used for offsite coverage of the 2008 Summer Olympics and for the "Live Show" and "Live from Studio 6H" episodes of 30 Rock. 8H was also the temporary home to Football Night in America during the 2013 NFL season. 8th floor


Other locations[edit] Some other New York originated programs are/were produced elsewhere in the area, including: Ambassador Theater, 215 West 49th Street. Now a theater presenting Broadway shows. Brooklyn Studios,[21][22] 1268 East 14th Street in Midwood, Brooklyn (many 1950s color "Spectaculars" such as The Esther Williams Aqua Special, Peter Pan; it is also where The Perry Como Show (1960s), Mitch Miller Show (1960s), The Sammy Davis Jr. Show (1960s), Hullabaloo (1965–1966), Kraft Music Hall, Tic Tac Dough (nighttime), The Cosby Show, and Another World were produced. It was the home of CBS's soap opera As the World Turns until the series ceased production in 2010. The studio was equipped for color production when it opened in 1954.[23] In 2000, the facility was sold to JC Studios, which closed in 2014. In June 2015 the studios were being converted to office space for a social service agency and a self-storage company. (The silent film-era Vitagraph Studios was located directly across East 14th Street, later the Shulamith School for Girls, demolished in 2016 for an apartment tower. Center Theatre, 1236 Sixth Avenue at West 49th Street (Texaco Star Theater with Milton Berle, Your Show of Shows (1950–1954), Voice of Firestone). Demolished in 1954 for U.S. Rubber building. Century Theater,[24][25][26] 932 Seventh Avenue at West 58th Street (Caesar's Hour with Sid Caesar (1954–1957), Mister Peepers, Treasure Hunt). Leased to Videotape Productions of New York (Videotape Center) 1958-1961. Demolished in 1962 for construction of an apartment building. Colonial Theater,[27][28] 1887 Broadway at West 62nd Street (original version of The Price Is Right hosted by Bill Cullen, 1953–1963; Colgate Comedy Hour). The studio was the first equipped for color production and originated the first color telecast on November 3, 1953. Demolished 1977.[29] Grumman Studios, Bethpage, New York. Located in the former Grumman Aircraft plant on Long Island. Since 2012 used by NBC for live musicals each December, including The Sound of Music Live, Peter Pan Live, and The Wiz Live. Hudson Theatre,[30][31] 141 West 44th Street (Tonight hosted by Steve Allen (1954–1957)). The theater still stands as part of the Millennium Broadway Hotel. In December 2015 it was announced that the theater will return to Broadway productions in the 2016-17 season. International Theater,[32] 5 Columbus Circle (Admiral Broadway Review (1949). Demolished in 1954 for New York Coliseum. CNN Center is now on the site.[33] New Amsterdam Roof Garden Theater, 214 West 42nd Street, now home to Broadway musical productions. Ziegfeld Theatre,[34][35][36] 1341 Sixth Avenue at West 54th Street (The Perry Como Show, Concentration (primetime 1961)). Demolished in 1966 for 49-story office tower. 67th Street Studios, 101 West 67th Street (The Knickerbocker Beer Show a/k/a The Steve Allen Show) on WNBT-TV (1953-1954) (Direct predecessor to Tonight Starring Steve Allen), (The Home Show with Arlene Francis (1954-1957), Concentration (primetime 1958)). Built in 1949 as "9 Television Square" for WOR-TV. Leased to NBC 1953-63, Home to Videotape Center (Videotape Productions of New York studios) (1961-1968—independent production company), Reeves Lincoln Square Studios 1968-70, ABC Studio TV-18/19 (1970 to 1990, production facility for soap opera All My Children, and One Life to Live prior to moving to TV-17). Demolished in 1995. Building originally had three studios, converted to two, later one. The site is now 50-story Millennium Tower apartment building. Uptown Studios (now Metropolis Studios), 105 East 106th Street at Park Avenue. Howdy Doody first episode in 1947 originated here. NBC Universal Network Organization Center, 900 Sylvan Avenue (Route 9W), Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, (home of CNBC and CNBC World). WNBC-TV's New York Live formerly (LX: NY) was produced in Studio 51 at nearby 75 Rockefeller Plaza, then moved to Studio 3K.


See also[edit] 30 Rockefeller Plaza Studio 8H


References[edit] ^ News from WNBC 4 New York TV | NBC New York Archived September 27, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. ^ NBCNews.com Video Player[permanent dead link] ^ Barmash, Jerry (October 19, 2011). "WNBC/Channel 4 Making the Move to Nightly News Studio". FishbowlNY. Retrieved October 19, 2011.  ^ "NBC New York debuts new studio, graphics, music". NewscastStudio. April 22, 2012. Retrieved October 19, 2011.  ^ http://www.eyesofageneration.com/Archives_NBC_ND8G.php "It is approximately three times as large as 3H, the studio out of which NBC Television has been operating since 1935." ^ NBCStudio3KCntrlRmDemo.JPG | Flickr - Photo Sharing! ^ NewscastStudio Blog | Blog Archive | Cracking the case: MSNBC green screen | A blog about television news set design, news music, news graphics package design and television ... ^ NBC New York debuts new home, gains more space at 30 Rock - NewscastStudio ^ https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=389756044395284&set=a.197108410326716.39183.189359747768249&type=3 ^ Interview with Herb Stempel ([1]). ^ NBC Studio 6A TmrrwShw 1976.jpg | Flickr - Photo Sharing! ^ "David Letterman Says Goodbye to Mornings". Splitsider.com. February 27, 2015. Retrieved May 22, 2015.  ^ Bond, Paul (May 7, 2013). "NBC Dumps $25 Million Jimmy Fallon NYC 'Tonight Show' Studio". The Hollywood Reporter.  ^ "Milton Delugg Interview". Classic Television Showbiz. 2011. Retrieved 21 February 2013.  ^ "David Letterman interview with Bob Hope". Late Night with David Letterman. NBC. 1985. Retrieved 5 January 2013.  ^ "Tom Snyder interview with Milton Berle". The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder. CBS. 1998. Retrieved 5 January 2013.  ^ "The David Letterman Show, Interview with Bill Wendell (2 min, 13 second mark)". Retrieved May 23, 2015.  ^ WNBC2Studio6C.JPG | Flickr - Photo Sharing! ^ Chuck Todd in Studio 8B Election 2010 Coverage | Flickr - Photo Sharing! ^ Television cameras were the Eyes Of A Generation; this is Television history the way they saw it ^ Ticket for November 11, 1965 taping of Hullabaloo, oldtvtickets.com. ^ Ticket for January 30, 1966 taping of The Sammy Davis Jr. Show, oldtvtickets.com. ^ RCA-NBC Firsts in Color Television. ^ Ticket for May 21, 1955 telecast of The Imogene Coca Show, oldtvtickets.com. ^ Ticket for May 29, 1955 telecast of Mr. Peepers oldtvtickets.com. ^ Tickets for June 18 and August 13, 1958 telecasts of Treasure Hunt, oldtvtickets.com. ^ Ticket for November 30, 1956 telecast of The Walter Winchell Show, oldtvtickets.com ^ Tickets for February 21 and April 11, 1961 telecasts of The Price Is Right, oldtvtickets.com. ^ "Colonial Theater". Cinema Treasures. Retrieved February 15, 2014.  ^ Tickets for October 20, 1954, and June 28, August 28, and November 30, 1956 telecasts of Tonight starring Steve Allen, oldtvtickets.com. ^ Ticket for October 23, 1957 telecast of Tonight Starring Jack , oldtvtickets.com. ^ Ticket for October 3, 1951 telecast of The Freddy Martin Show, oldtvtickets.com. ^ "International Theater". Cinema Treasures. Retrieved February 15, 2014.  ^ Ticket for March 12, 1957 telecast of Hold That Note, oldtvtickets.com. ^ Ticket for August 13, 1958 telecast of Haggis Baggis, oldtvtickets.com. ^ Ticket for August 9, 1960 telecast of The Price Is Right, oldtvtickets.com.


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