Meet all your broadcast needs from our beautiful, fully customizable spaces in the heart of St. Louis.

Studio 17

In Studio 17, lighting and scenery can be changed at a moment’s notice, allowing any local or national show to broadcast remotely yet feel completely at home.

Vue 17

Vue 17 offers the rare opportunity to broadcast from a gorgeous, state-of-the-art event space. Broadcast your next corporate meeting, product launch, political debate, or TV show live from Vue 17. Lighting and screens can be customized for your event. (Plus, enjoy stunning panoramic city views and access to our catering kitchen.) – Learn More at

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This Week in Missouri Politics This Week in Missouri Politics, hosted by The Missouri Times’ publisher Scott Faughn, breaks down the hottest political issues in the state each Sunday. The show features an embroiled guest for the first half of the show....

Live Shots to Network As the tragedy in Ferguson unfolded, national and international media converged on St. Louis. Reporters and program hosts needed a place from which to broadcast — and it needed to be customizable, secure, and able to...

We’re Not Gonna Take It with George Noory

Every night, people call into George Noory’s nationally syndicated radio show, Coast to Coast AM. No matter the specific topic – whether it’s alien lifeforms or government cover-ups – the reason callers want to talk to Noory is the same. They feel like the world has...


Launched in October 2014, Vue 17 is the inevitable result of the thousands of events that our team members have attended, planned, chaired, and hosted. From small, intimate gatherings to huge galas, we’ve experienced it all when it comes to event space, and we were determined to make a space that fit like a glove – and didn’t just cater to one kind of event.


Of course, it started with the view. We kept the space as open as possible so that when the sunset makes the city glow, you get to see all of it.

Then, we tailored our technology to the things we’ve needed and wanted for our own events: flat screens, theater lights, modern room dividers, catering kitchen, a seamless and easy-to-control sound system, and the ability to scale up to more complex AV needs. Our media wall creates a subtle and sophisticated backdrop that is as fetching as it is functional.

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