SVG On Demand: Inside NFL Media’s New Production Mothership in Hollywood Park
NFL Media's Dave Shaw, Bruce Goldfeder take you through their new IP-based media home
At the start of the 2021 season, the National Football League officially opened its new West Coast and media operations home: NFL Los Angeles.
The 450,000-sq.-ft. Class A building at Hollywood Park is IP-based, 4K- and HDR-capable, and features 214,063 sq. ft. of office space and 74,922 sq. ft. of studio and studio-support space to serve NFL Network, NFL.com, NFL RedZone, the NFL app, and many other departments supporting the league’s media and business operations.
NFL Media’s VP, Head of Media Operations, Dave Shaw and VP, Engineering Bruce Goldfeder take you through the highlights of their exciting new home.
For a deeper dive into what’s under the hood at NFL Los Angeles, read our two-part series breaking down the facility:
NFL Los Angeles Spotlight: How NFL Media Launched a State-of-the-Art Production Facility Amid a Pandemic
Part 1 | Part 2