— NBC10 Philadelphia (@NBCPhiladelphia) July 1, 2015
Kabletown has officially taken over 30 Rock. Comcast and NBC Universal have officially taken down the GE sign at the top of 30 Rockefeller Plaza and the replacements have a decidedly Philly feel. Apparently, it’s not enough for Philly to own Penn Station. Here’s more from NBC10:
The rooftop signs on the 70-story building replace the General Electric initials and add the company’s logo and the NBC Peacock logo to the New York City skyline. It’s the first time that the iconic peacock will appear on top of the television network’s historic headquarters.
Originally named the RCA Building and more recently known as the GE Building, the new corporate name will be called the Comcast Building, though we’d guess people will still just call it 30 Rock. The Philly’s historic connection to the building doesn’t stop at Comcast and Tina Fey jokes: Read more »