WWE launches The Studios at WWE production facility

SportsVideo.org has a cool story about a new project that WWE has just launched, a complex titled The Studios at WWE, a 30,040-square-foot, state-of-the-art production facility.

The facility will be used for WWE in-studio shows as well as rented for external clients who are looking to produce shows with cutting-edge technology.

A total of five different studios make up The Studios at WWE says Joe Solari, the company’s Vice President of Studio Operations.

“We’ve been bringing people in over the past few days to look at the space that we created, and I think everybody’s very excited to get in there and to create on the stages,” he said. “It gives us new tools and a new canvas to push the limits of what we do here at the WWE. We can take our productions to the next level and really increase our fan engagement.”

The main studio is 5,000 square feet, there’a a 1,500 square feet volumetric LED studio, a 1,500 Cyclorama studio, and two smaller stages around 600 square feet plus a photo studio of 1,000 feet and everything is controlled from two control rooms.

The Studios at WWE is also equipped with a virtual production stage, with virtual sets something that WWE uses a lot for their studio shows.

A full list of equipment and how they made it all possible is part of the wider, more in-depth article at SportsVideo.org.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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