In Premiere Pro CC the Multi-Camera monitor is now inside the Program Monitor panel. To enable it follow these steps.
Click the Settings button (the button shaped like a wrench in the lower-right portion of the Program Monitor), and choose Multi-Camera from the menu that appears. This converts the Program Monitor to multi-camera mode.
Here are two tutorials here:
Please be careful when editing multicam in PremierePro CC. There's a known issue that's causing people a lot of problems.
Please read this thread:
And make sure you understand the caveats of using multicam in its present state.
Is it possible to have two program monitors one multicam and one just the program (or edit) of the multcam? I want to multicam on my GUI monitor and send a program feed out to clients TV.
Can Adobe PLEASE go back to the way you did it before? I cannot stand that I have to give up my Program window to do a multi-cam edit. This seems like a step backwards. I like my Program monitor on a separate screen and that is ALWAYS my program monitor.
AND...we have to hit a record button first now??? What is the point of that? It is an extra step that just doesn't seem necessary. The whole multi-cam editing has taken a huge step backwards and I hate it. I do many multi-cam shoots and this has bogged me down.