Mr. Glor goes to Washington — and gets to try out bureau’s new studio

The “CBS Evening News” originated from Washington, D.C. Monday, July 2, 2018, using the newly installed set for the network’s Sunday morning show “Face the Nation.”

Glor remained at the studio’s smaller, alternate circular anchor desk which, much like the one he shares with “CBS This Morning” hosts Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell and John Dickerson back in New York, has the CBS eye etched in it.

When used for “Face the Nation” panels, the desk can be swapped out for a larger, version that accommodates more people. 


The primary background for the show was a live feed of the White House on one of the set’s video wall — the show didn’t use the video walls for topical or branded graphics, instead reverting back to OTS graphics.

Glor will be back in New York City Tuesday, July 3.

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