Finding Movie Locations and Tickets for TV Shows in New York

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), October 20, 2002 | Go to article overview

Finding Movie Locations and Tickets for TV Shows in New York


Byline: Madelyn Merwin

Q. I'm going to New York in November and am wondering about tickets to the new "The John Walsh Show." Also, have there been any changes in getting tickets since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks? Also, how can I find out about going to locations where movies are shot in New York?

A. "The John Walsh Show" usually tapes twice a day every Monday, Thursday and Friday at 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Studio-audience members must arrive 1 1/2 hours prior to taping and meet at NBC Studios, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, on the mezzanine level. This is at 48th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues.

On average, the show is booked two weeks ahead of taping. Mail- in ticket requests are not accepted. You must call (800) 551-6261 or go to the Web site www.johnwalsh.tv where you'll find an e-mail address through which tickets are available. There is no charge for tickets.

There has been a big change in procedure for obtaining tickets to such NBC shows as "The John Walsh Show," "Saturday Night Live," "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" and "Last Call With Carson Daly."

NBC no longer accepts any form of written request for tickets. Since the terrorist attacks and the anthrax letters, they have cut back on letter opening and postcard reading, so if you send a mail- in request it gets trashed. …

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