Business Insider takes a behind-the-scenes look at the TV operations at the NYSE, one of the “largest and most sophisticated television studios in the world.” Since the first live shot from the NYSE floor in 1987, the exchange has become home to more than 30 daily broadcasters. Business Insider talks to NYSE multimedia staffers and financial journalists, including CNBC’s Bob Pisani, about the biggest stage for business news:
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