‘Meet the Press’ Prepares to Debut Remodeled Set

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In addition the recent change in the moderator’s chair of NBC’s “Meet the Press,” come Sunday’s broadcast, more will look different on set. Last Sunday’s program was preempted by the network’s broadcast of the Ryder Cup and the show’s two week hiatus has allowed for a redesign to feature new furniture and custom artwork, including a framed piece of new host Chuck Todd’s past credentials.

According to an NBC spokeswoman, the remodeled set “incorporates Chuck’s personality” and includes three new areas, a panel desk, a one-on-one round desk, and an credenza for informal interviews. The redesign also brought in a “perspective pixel screen,” aka a giant touch screen, for conversations on polling.

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For an extended look, click on over to NBC News.