The Los Angeles Studio Plan

TVC 2050

The TVC 2050 Plan is a $1+ billion investment in the iconic Television City, modernizing its production facilities, creating thousands of jobs, and celebrating Los Angeles’ status as the creative capital of the world.

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When Television City opened its gates in 1952, it was the first purpose-built television studio in the world. For nearly 70 years, it has been home to some of the industry’s most beloved shows and stars.

The TVC 2050 plan will preserve Television City’s legacy and secure its future as a premier studio facility. Architect William Pereira’s original plan for the studio focused on flexibility and adaptability, calling for the eventual development of dozens of stages and several multi‐story office buildings. TVC 2050 realizes Pereira’s futuristic vision, allowing the studio to accommodate evolving technologies, sustainable infrastructure and enhanced community and production experiences.

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Television City 2050

This investment in Television City will deliver new technology-rich studios that today's productions need, helping keep entertainment industry jobs in Los Angeles.

18,760

New Direct, Indirect and Induced Jobs in LA County Once Operational

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Total Economic Output
During Construction

2

Total Annual Economic Output Once Operational

TVC 2050
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Midwest City West Green Lights TVCUncategorized
October 5, 2022

How the Demand for Original Content is Driving Shortage of Supply of Physical Production Space in Production Hubs

The Los Angeles Times reports that Deloitte study finds: "Though the Los Angeles area has the largest number of soundstages of any city in the world, studios are operating near 100% capacity…
TVC2050 Artist RenderingUncategorized
October 5, 2022

Smashed Reception A Success! — TVC Sponsors CAMERADerie Program

The WiM produced CAMERAderie Initiative film, Smashed screened at the Burbank International Film Festival on September 10, 2022. Women in Media hosted the Smashed Reception immediately following the screening. The filmmakers, friends,…
Student tourUncategorized
September 30, 2022

Looking at the Future Through a Changing Lens

Since 1952, the corner of Beverly Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue has been a place where some of America’s most memorable and beloved television shows have been produced. From “The Jack…

TVC 2050 ensures the studio will continue to be a world-class production facility and will generate significant economic and community benefits.