CBS Rolls Out Plans to Give ‘Early Show’ a New Venue and a New Look

Sep 16, 2011  •  Post A Comment

CBS News’ "The Early Show" is getting a change of venue and a new look, leaving its current studio at the General Motors Building in Manhattan, reports TVNewser.com.

CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager, President David Rhodes and programming VP Chris Licht talked about the move with staff in a town hall meeting on Thursday.

Reportedly, the new look for "The Early Show" when it relocates to the CBS Broadcast Center will be a marked difference from those of its competitors, NBC’s "Today" and ABC’s "Good Morning America."

One attendee at the meeting said the mockups for the new space resemble MSNBC’s newsroom backdrop, according to the report.

The move is set to take place as soon as construction is completed, but a date has reportedly not been determined.


  1. Come on, CBS! Be creative. Make a set that looks like the bridge from the Enterprise in Star Trek!

  2. CBS is going to knock off the MSNBC set?!?! Come on, is there no creativity left in morning talk shows outside of Howard Stern?

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