CBS Broadcast Center

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The CBS Broadcast Center is a television and radio production facility located in New York City.wikipedia
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The nearly block-long facility at 524 West 57th Street, in the Hell's Kitchen section of Manhattan, serves as the headquarters of CBS News, the CBSN live streaming news channel and the main broadcast facility for CBS News, CBS Sports, New York City O&O flagship station WCBS-TV, and CBS-owned independent station WLNY.
Its headquarters are in the CBS Building on West 52nd Street in midtown Manhattan, New York City, with programs produced out of Studio 43 at the CBS Broadcast Center on West 57th Street.

WCBS-TV

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The nearly block-long facility at 524 West 57th Street, in the Hell's Kitchen section of Manhattan, serves as the headquarters of CBS News, the CBSN live streaming news channel and the main broadcast facility for CBS News, CBS Sports, New York City O&O flagship station WCBS-TV, and CBS-owned independent station WLNY.
The two stations share studios within the CBS Broadcast Center on West 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan; WCBS-TV's transmitter is located atop One World Trade Center.

106 & Park

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BET also used the Broadcast Center for then 106 & Park and other in-studio shows for the network (Both BET and CBS were part of Viacom before being separated by the Viacom/CBS split).
Viacom's acquisition of BET prompted a change to the CBS Broadcast Center at 524 West 57th Street between 10th & 11th Avenues, in the Hell's Kitchen section of Midtown Manhattan, turning its title into a misnomer for the rest of its history.

Inside Edition

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CBS Television Distribution's nationally syndicated newsmagazine, Inside Edition, is also taped at the CBS Broadcast Center.
The program is based at Studio 45 at the CBS Broadcast Center in New York City, which houses its main newsroom and production facilities as well as the set for the broadcast (which switched from a physical set to a computer-generated one in September 2013).

Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan

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The nearly block-long facility at 524 West 57th Street, in the Hell's Kitchen section of Manhattan, serves as the headquarters of CBS News, the CBSN live streaming news channel and the main broadcast facility for CBS News, CBS Sports, New York City O&O flagship station WCBS-TV, and CBS-owned independent station WLNY.
The neighborhood is also home to a number of broadcast and music-recording studios, including the CBS Broadcast Center at 524 West 57th Street, where the CBS television network records many of its news and sports programs such as 60 Minutes and The NFL Today; the former Sony Music Studios at 460 West 54th Street, which closed in 2007; Manhattan Center Studios at 311 West 34th Street; and Right Track Recording's Studio A509 orchestral recording facility at West 38th Street and Tenth Avenue.

Westwood One (1976–2011)

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The network's Master Control (aka Central Control) on the first floor also serves as the routing center for other programming distributed by Westwood One (formerly Dial Global).
The CBS Radio news and sports broadcasts (the latter specifically branded as "from Westwood One") were distributed from the CBS/Westwood One Master Control at the CBS Broadcast Center in New York City.

CBS Building

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The radio network's flagship station, WCBS (AM), was housed in the Broadcast Center from 2000 (moving from Black Rock, CBS's corporate headquarters at 51 West 52nd Street) until 2011 when it relocated to 345 Hudson Street in lower Manhattan, billed on-air as "The CBS Hudson Square Broadcast Center."
Prior to the building's completion, CBS moved its radio network studios—the CBS News network radio studios on the 17th floor of 485 Madison and other studios across the street in the CBS Studio Building—to the CBS Broadcast Center on 57th Street starting in 1964.

Studio 54

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From the 1950s to 1970s, another prominent CBS stage in New York was Studio 52 (now the disco-theater Studio 54) at 254 West 54th Street, around the corner from Studio 50.
In 1976, CBS moved most of its broadcast operations to the Ed Sullivan Theater and the CBS Broadcast Center, and sold Studio 52.

WCBS (AM)

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The radio network's flagship station, WCBS (AM), was housed in the Broadcast Center from 2000 (moving from Black Rock, CBS's corporate headquarters at 51 West 52nd Street) until 2011 when it relocated to 345 Hudson Street in lower Manhattan, billed on-air as "The CBS Hudson Square Broadcast Center."
In October 2000, WCBS made another physical move, this time from CBS corporate headquarters at 51 West 52nd Street (the building known as "Black Rock") to the CBS Broadcast Center at 524 West 57th Street.

Love of Life

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Defunct serials Love of Life, Search for Tomorrow, Love is a Many Splendored Thing, Secret Storm, and Where the Heart Is were also produced at the Broadcast Center.
The program originated at other studios in Manhattan, but primarily at the CBS Broadcast Center on West 57th Street and CBS' Studio 52 behind the Ed Sullivan Theater.

CBS This Morning

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The Early Shows successor, the second and current incarnation of CBS This Morning, premiered from newly constructed Studio 57 at the Broadcast Center on January 9, 2012.
CBS This Morning operates out of a set in Studio 57 at the CBS Broadcast Center (numbered for the street address in Manhattan, West 57th Street).

CBSN

The nearly block-long facility at 524 West 57th Street, in the Hell's Kitchen section of Manhattan, serves as the headquarters of CBS News, the CBSN live streaming news channel and the main broadcast facility for CBS News, CBS Sports, New York City O&O flagship station WCBS-TV, and CBS-owned independent station WLNY.

CBS

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It is CBS's main East Coast production center, similar to how CBS Television City in Los Angeles is the West Coast hub.
The company is headquartered at the CBS Building in New York City with major production facilities and operations in New York City (at the CBS Broadcast Center) and Los Angeles (at CBS Television City and the CBS Studio Center).

Grand Central Terminal

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The Center opened as the CBS Production Center in the late 1950s, when the network's master control, film and videotape facilities, and four studios were located in the Grand Central Terminal building.
CBS eventually moved its operations to the CBS Broadcast Center.

WLNY-TV

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The nearly block-long facility at 524 West 57th Street, in the Hell's Kitchen section of Manhattan, serves as the headquarters of CBS News, the CBSN live streaming news channel and the main broadcast facility for CBS News, CBS Sports, New York City O&O flagship station WCBS-TV, and CBS-owned independent station WLNY. Also in 2012, CBS acquired the Riverhead, Long Island-licensed WLNY-TV (Channel 55, cable channel 10), setting up a duopoly with WCBS-TV.
The two stations share studios within the CBS Broadcast Center on West 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan; WLNY maintains a secondary studio in Melville and transmitter facilities in Ridge, New York.

The Dana Carvey Show

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In 1996, Brillstein-Grey Entertainment produced The Dana Carvey Show at the Broadcast Center for ABC.
The show was videotaped at the CBS Broadcast Center at 524 West 57th Street in New York City.

CBS Sports Network

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Studio shows moved from the original Chelsea Piers headquarters to the CBS Broadcast Center on West 57th Street in 2012.

CBS Evening News

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The CBS Evening News moved into Studio 57 from Studio 47 (previously sharing space with the CBS News newsroom) in December 2016.

Love Is a Many Splendored Thing (TV series)

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Defunct serials Love of Life, Search for Tomorrow, Love is a Many Splendored Thing, Secret Storm, and Where the Heart Is were also produced at the Broadcast Center.
All 1,430 episodes of Love Is a Many Splendored Thing were recorded on videotape at the CBS Broadcast Center Studio #41 in New York City.

Sheffield Farms

The building in which the Broadcast Center is located formerly served as a dairy depot for Sheffield Farms.
Since 1964 the Sheffield buildings on West 57th Street between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues in Manhattan have been the CBS Broadcast Center.

The Nate Berkus Show

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In early 2012, it was announced The Nate Berkus Show would not be renewed.
It is taped in 1080i (HDTV) at the CBS Broadcast Center in New York.

Riverhead (town), New York

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Also in 2012, CBS acquired the Riverhead, Long Island-licensed WLNY-TV (Channel 55, cable channel 10), setting up a duopoly with WCBS-TV.
Independent television station WLNY-TV (channel 55) is also licensed to Riverhead and owned by the CBS Corporation, with most operations being run from the CBS Broadcast Cenenter in Manhattan with WCBS-TV.

57th Street (Manhattan)

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Much of the south side of the block between Eleventh and Tenth Avenues is occupied by the CBS Broadcast Center, which is the network's primary East Coast production facility.

Where the Heart Is (American TV series)

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Defunct serials Love of Life, Search for Tomorrow, Love is a Many Splendored Thing, Secret Storm, and Where the Heart Is were also produced at the Broadcast Center.
All 907 episodes of Where the Heart Is were recorded on videotape at the CBS Broadcast Center Studio #44 in New York.

Melville, New York

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Following the merger, CBS moved that station's employees to the CBS Broadcast Center, with their former Melville facility maintained as the WCBS/WLNY Long Island bureau offices.
The independent television station WLNY-TV operates a studio in Melville where it had been based before being purchased by CBS and moved to the network's Manhattan facility.