WWE Opens Large New Studio Complex

WWE is making significant investments in technology, having opened a new 30,000-square-foot studio complex known as The Studios at WWE.

The Sports Video Group has a report on the facility. The “five studios include a 5,000 sq. ft. main studio, a 1,500 Cyclorama studio, a 1,500 sq. ft. volumetric LED studio (to open later this spring), and then two smaller insert stages that are around 600 sq. ft. each (there is also a photo studio that is around 1,000 sq. ft.).”

This is Crystal LED Verona’s first facility in the United States, with 158 cabinets installed along the main wall and on auxiliary carts.

Joe Solari, WWE VP of Studio Operations, was quoted in the piece as saying that everyone is excited to get in there and create on the stages because it gives them new tools to push the boundaries of what they can do and take their production to the next level.

Marty Miller, Senior Vice President and Director of WWE TV, recently stated that the company intends to push the envelope when it moves Monday Night Raw to Netflix in terms of technology.