Media Tour

New York is the television and media capital of the world!

Specialty Tour

Surprising or Seasonal, from Holiday Cheer to Ghosts and Superheros.

Join us to learn about 300 years of New York Journalism and Media History!

Discover on this mid-town walk what made it that way; from two rival newspaper moguls who helped start an international war to some of the most iconic television studios you tune into daily. Your expert tour guide will seamlessly guide you through some of the most iconic areas of New York as you see where Saturday Night Live, the Daily Show with Trevor Noah, MTV Studios, Late Night with Stephen Colbert, the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and more take place.

January 8-March 31 will only operate Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
Private Tours available every day of the week

Small Group Tours
  • Adults: $35
  • Children 5-12: $26
  • Children under 5: Free
Small Group Tour Info
  • Daily at: 12:00pm
  • Tour lasts: 2 hours
Private Tours
  • Adults: $70
  • Children 5-12: $52
  • Children under 5: Free
Private Tour Info
  • Tour runs daily.
  • Start times available from: 10:00am to 4pm.
  • Tour lasts 2 hours.
  • 2 guest minimum.
Details & Info
  • Tour does not operate on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day & New Year’s Eve.
  • A gratuity of 15% will be added to all groups of 8 or more (including NY Pass guests).


  • A/B/C/D or 1 to 59th St/Columbus Circle
  • N/Q/R/W to 57th St/7th Ave.
  • Subway map

Meeting Place

Maine Monument in Columbus Circle.

Central Park West and Columbus Circle

Media Tour Highlights

Media Tour Highlights

Some of the attractions and locations that we will visit on this tour.

Hearst Building

 World headquarters for Hearst CommunicationsWorld headquarters for Hearst Communications

Ed Sullivan Theater

 (attached picture titled MediaTour3) Filing location of The Late ShowFilming location of The Late Show

Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music HallWorld famous performance venue

30 Rockefeller Plaza

30 Rockefeller Plaza

Centerpiece of Rockefeller Center

Television Film Sites

Today ShowSee where some of your favorite news and morning shows are filmed

...and more!

The sites where media history was made and some much more!



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