News 12 celebrates grand opening of new studios

The studios are bringing News 12 into the digital age with larger monitors meant to enhance our visual storytelling.

Kevin Vesey

May 2, 2023, 12:19 AM

Updated 389 days ago


A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Monday to celebrate the grand opening of new studios at News 12.
Altice USA executives, local business owners and elected officials were on hand to check out the new space.
Altice USA CEO Dennis Mathew says the project is a major $20 million investment into Long Island journalism.
"It just shows our commitment to local, hyperlocal news, to this community," Mathew says. "We have the best team. This shows that the best team should have the best state-of-the-art studio, and so we're excited."
Altice News SVP and Chief Content Officer Kristin Malaspina says the upgraded space with larger monitors will enhance our visual storytelling.
"I'm so excited to be here and to open this new studio and continue to bring the best hyperlocal news coverage to the tri-state area," Malaspina says.
New shows like "Be Well" and "Crime Files" will bring something for all audiences.

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