Produce near Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is the latest TV station in the United States to have a new location.
The station is moving from its current location in the former TV Studio building in downtown Charlotte to a new space in the city’s Westside.
The new location will offer a “full array of local and regional entertainment, including original and local programming, a full menu of specialty foods, craft beer, specialty cocktails, food trucks and more.”
Produce in Charlotte is already in the process of relocating.
The channel will also be moving its flagship station, WTVD-TV in Charlotte, from the former WTVS studios in downtown Raleigh to the new location, according to a press release from the station.
The show will be called “Pioneers” and will be produced by production company CCA.
Produce will also host “The Craft Show,” which will be hosted by local chef Jason Harkins.
“The show will include local chefs, foodies and craft beer enthusiasts,” the release states.
“We are excited to welcome our first season to Charlotte and to bring the show to its new home in Westside, North Carolina.”
Produces will also continue to produce original programming in Charlotte.