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Tour the 30 Rock Office of Embattled Anchor Brian Williams

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The career of Brian Williams, NBC's Nightly News' long-time anchor, is currently under fire over a litany of misrepresentations. But if it's possible to step away from the swirling controversy for a moment, the man has been a network mainstay for decades, and he just marked the 10-year anniversary of his time hosting Nightly News. Adweek took a look inside his "bunker-like respite" of an office at 30 Rock—a.k.a. NBC's headquarters in Rockefeller Center—and it's filled with lots of mementoes from his (now partially contested) years of journalism. Here, he writes copy for the broadcast surrounded by a drawing from Muhammad Ali and a framed autograph from Martin Luther King, Jr.

For five years, Williams served as a volunteer firefighter in New Jersey—hence the helmets.

· NBC's Brian Williams Gives Us a Tour of His Office Oasis [Adweek]
· Brian Williams coverage [Racked]