“Squawk Box” set moving to Nasdaq
CNBC’s morning show “Squawk Box” will move to the Nasdaq studio in Times Square beginning next year, according to an announcement Monday.
Its first show at the new location will be Jan. 3. For the past year, the show has been broadcast from a studio in midtown Manhattan. It previously aired from CNBC’s headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
“Squawk Box” is currently anchored by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin and has been on the air since 1995.
“We’re pleased to expand our programming from MarketSite, with its spectacular street level location at the crossroads of the world,” said Mark Hoffman, chairman of CNBC Worldwide, in a statement. “This new ‘Squawk Box’ stage, home to an impressive roster of listed companies, fits our long-standing strategy of selectively locating programs in both our state-of-the-art world headquarters as well as prestigious broadcast locations around the globe.”