Disney is planning an exit from the 'Good Morning America' studio in Times Square.
Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, and Michael Strahan will soon be greeting ABC's morning viewers from a very different location.
Walt Disney Co. plans to relocate all of its New York properties to a building in downtown New York's Hudson Square district in 2025 as part of a bigger relocation.
This will include certain shows that are already in well-known studios, such as "GMA" and "Live with Kelly and Mark."
"'Good Morning America' is defined by the strength of our team in front of and behind the camera, quality of our reporting, and the long, trusted relationship with our viewers,"
the cable news network said in a statement. "Moving all ABC News teams to our new state-of-the-art building was a strategic decision that will allow for more collaboration and innovation."
The New York Post had previously reported on "GMA's" impending cross-town move.Some employees may be encouraged by the change.
After all, Disney CEO Bob Iger has expressed interest in selling ABC.
However, plans to relocate "GMA" to Disney's new headquarters could imply that the business wants to maintain the show, or possibly ABC News as a whole, even if the network's linear infrastructure is being phased out.