FBN Debuted a New and Improved Studio G Yesterday

By A.J. Katz Comment

In case you missed it amid all of the Mueller testimony craziness yesterday, Fox Business Network launched a new Studio G, and the improvement is noticeable.

Studio G will house Maria Bartiromo‘s Mornings with Maria, Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street, as well as Trish Regan Prime Time and Cavuto: Coast to Coast.

Bartiromo debuted the new set for her Wednesday morning broadcast, while Regan hosted her prime time show from the revamped Studio G that night.

Cavuto: Coast to Coast will broadcast from the new Studio G in the future.

Studio G is on the 3rd floor of Fox’s HQ at 1211 Avenue of the Americas.

Stuart Varney‘s and Liz Claman’s FBN shows, among others, will not broadcast from Studio G and will remain in their current digs.

Studio G was completely reconstructed with a new set, tech, and graphics. There are now three large Ultra High Definition LED video walls, five LED video columns with automated tracking to move across the studio floor, three LED tickers that traverse the studio, and two 90-inch interactive touchscreens.

The network’s media production group has also built over 700 real-time graphics scenes, a number of high def animations, and producer-driven templates that are specific to the new studio for live production, all of which is meant to give flexibility to the editorial teams.

Bartiromo addressed the new digs yesterday on Mornings with Maria:

Here’s what the set looked like prior to Wednesday:

And here’s what it looks like now. Goodbye to the dark red, and hello to the brighter blue and gold:

Trish Regan’s set will feature more violet/blue, with the actual name of the show featured more prominently and in multiple locations.

Here’s the before:

After:

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