Check Out the Multimillion Dollar Studio Fox Built for Election Night

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The ground floor of the News Corp. building in New York, in a space that once housed a Charles Schwab branch and a FedEx Kinkos store, has undergone a multimillion dollar yearlong transformation to become the home of Fox News Channel's 2016 election night coverage. With windows on three sides—which go from clear to opaque with the flip of a switch—viewers are encouraged to stop by the Avenue of the Americas plaza where inside Fox News stars will be counting the votes under the glow of a 31-foot-long, 9-foot-tall curved LED video display.

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