NBC News will flip the switch on its new World Headquarters next Monday, (22nd October) when it combines the New York based operations of NBC News and MSNBC under one roof and begins broadcasting from the newly-renovated Studios 3A and 3C.
In addition to the studios, this world-class newsroom of the future will house the editorial and production staffs for nearly all of the NBC News and MSNBC programs, the newsdesks of NBC News, NBC News’ Specials unit and the east-coast MSNBC.com editorial operation.
Studio 3A will debut the morning of the 22nd when MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” will open its broadcast from the studio at 6:00 a.m. ET. MSNBC will continue to broadcast from Studio 3A throughout the day, including “Countdown with Keith Olbermann” in primetime. At 6:30 p.m. ET.
Brian Williams will unveil the renovated Studio 3C on “NBC Nightly News.”
More than 12.5 hours of live television across NBC News and MSNBC will originate from the two studios daily.