Where is this located - the CNBC/WSJ Bureau or in Sky News current home in the city? I keep wondering when NBC is going to merge offices and operations at Sky Center. I guess they are more than happy with their arrangement with ITN.
They've moved in with CNBC/WSJ in the actual City of London rather than at their former home at News UK at London Bridge which they decided to leave once Sky was no longer part of the Murdoch empire.
Into another space shared with the Murdoch empire. Does anyone know how it’s setup - are the working spaces for WSJ and CNBC combined/mixed together or are they separate with some share communal space.
CNBC are on one floor of the building (10 Fleet Place), whilst WSJ Europe are on the next two floors up, occupying the former offices of Dow Jones Newswires. CNBC moved in there in the 90's when CNBC was a "Service of NBC and Dow Jones" (gosh I feel old remembering that!!).
To me it looks like it was possibly designed for the NBC News/Sky International Network. It could fit somewhat with the msnbc look with the back walls and such, however not the desk.
I'd be more inclined to think that CNBC has dibs on this as a backup set, or for doing its pieces to camera to the US or Asia feeds when the European feed is on the air in the main set.