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NBC Radio City, San Francisco
Studio "C"
Undated Photo

NBC Radio City Studio C

Studio "C" of Radio City was 24 feet x 44 feet, and seated an audience of 120 persons. It was identical to Studio "B." Later in the decade, this room became the first studio of KGO-TV (Channel 7). The film chain was located upstairs in the sponsor booth, and the other technical equipment crowded into the master control room.
 

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