Wednesday, May 14, 2014
FIRST LOOK. CNBC Africa's new studio at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) that will be officially unveiled on Thursday.
Here's a first look at the new CNBC Africa Studios that CNBC Africa (DStv 410) will officially unveil tomorrow inside the JSE at One Exchange Square in Sandton on Thursday morning.
The the first live broadcast from the CNBC Africa Studio will take place from here tomorrow morning, a plan and effort to create the CNBC Africa Studios at the JSE which has been seven years in the making.
The CNBC Africa Studios at the JSE are equipped with technology like robotic, unmanned cameras,similar to what eNCA (DStv 403) and ANN7 (DStv 405) are using, and from tomorrow shows like Open Exchange, Power Lunch and Closing Bell Africa will be done from here.
CNBC Africa's Studio 1 and Studio 2 in Sandton will now be used for panel discussions and recording of other programmes.
For the official unveiling of the CNBC Africa Studios at the JSE on Thursday CNBC Africa plans a breakfast cocktail and ribbon-cutting by Rakesh Wahi, the founder and vice chairperson of the ABN group, on Thursday morning, followed by a cocktail evening.