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- Address: 3799 South Las Vegas Boulevard, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 08:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-7028915753
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Entertainment, Family And Kids
Cbs Television City Research Centre - Review
Want to give your opinion on which shows should go on air and which shows should be canned? Located inside the MGM Grand hotel and casino, the CBS Television City Research Centre will let you do just this. Television networks are always in search of genuine user feedback. At the CBS Television City Research Centre, visitors get to watch screenings of pilot shows and get to give their feedback to the network executives about how entertaining or boring they found the episodes to be. Sounds like a cool way to spend time in Vegas.
Cbs Television City Research Centre Information
- Children should at least be 10 years of age and should be accompanied by an adult.
Cbs Television City Research Centre Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
How To reach Cbs Television City Research Centre by Public Transport
- By car.
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CBS Television City Research Centre, Las Vegas Reviews
This is a fun free thing to do if you have spare time while in Vegas. The coupons offered aren't very helpful but was still worth doing for some free entertainment.
Participated in a TV show feedback session here while they were running a special advertising $40/person to survey participants. At first my husband and I were skeptical, but after confirming it'd only take an hr of our time we decided to go ahead and sign up. The employees at the sign-up area were less friendly or nice than those out on the strip recruiting participants, but we signed up and got in line for the next session which was 25 minutes later. They brought us into a small room with about 30 computers and explained the devices attached to our computers. We answered a few questions and viewed a new TV show (awful reboot of "Charmed"). After, we answered a few questions on the computer and were handed an envelope with the $40 cash on our way out. The only annoyance during our session was them waiting for 1-2 people who'd signed up for the session but weren't present, so we had to sit for about 10 min for people who never ended up showing up. Then we had an annoying guy in our session who asked dumb questions after the directions were perfectly clear,just for attention. This also wasted time. Overall a great break from the hustle and bustle of the strip and fun way to pad your gambling funds!
Pretty cool place, you get to watch and preview a TV show before it's released on main stream TV.
A good way to kill about an hour and sit down and watch TV while being watched. It's free which makes it a good deal. After you watch a TV program you have to answer some questions on an iPad about what you just watched. We watched a show called Me Myself and I which I actually enjoyed. However it had commercials and that is what they wanted to know about, not the actual show. So while I was paying attention to the show thinking that is why I was watching, it was the commercials they were interested in. And BTW, we didn't get paid, we got some worthless discount coupons that we never used. But I would do it again since it was free.
We were able to show up and immediately get in line for a TV show viewing. We watched a 20 minute sitcom, and enjoyed it pretty well. The experience in general is cool, but the questions you answer after watching the program seemed to be more about the commercials than the show you were watching. Still, it's easy, free, and conveniently located!