Bloomberg Surveillance

New York City, New York

Bloomberg introduced changes to its “Bloomberg Surveillance” program on January 22, 2024, including a new broadcast studio at the network’s headquarters in New York City. The space is located next to the previous home of “Surveillance” and replaces a studio formerly used primarily for radio programing.

The studio, designed by Clickspring Design, incorporates large LED display technology and includes a skyline view of New York City. The studio’s design allows for shooting in the round, with multiple presentation positions and a hub desk including built-in Bloomberg Terminals.

Annmarie Hordern joined the television version of “Surveillance” as co-host, while Tom Keene shifted back to radio.