NBC Nightly News Will Now Broadcast Live From Studio 3A, Starting Tonight

By A.J. Katz Comment

NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt is getting some new digs. Starting this evening, the NBC Nightly News will broadcast live from the updated, state-of-the-art studio 3A at 30 Rock in New York.

The studio features 632 square feet of LED video tiles, according to an NBC News spokesperson, and a glass peacock sculpture suspended from the ceiling. 3A also includes multiple set-ups for different anchor, correspondent and guest positions. Additionally, the new space will feature robo cams.

According to NewscastStudio, Blackwalnut fabricated the scenic elements with technology from Leyard and lighting by NBC’s in-house team. The designer was Clickspring Design.

The studio will be an open, shared, working space with MSNBC, and provides a look into the bustling NBC News and MSNBC newsroom.

Here are a few photos of the new digs:

(JOHN MAKELY/ NBC News)

(JOHN MAKELY/ NBC News)

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