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 iconic shows and stars. 

The TVC 2050 plan will secure the studio’s future and preserve its legacy as a site of outstanding content creation. The new plan embraces architect William Pereira’s original vision, which focused on flexibility and adaptability and called for the eventual development of dozens of stages and multi‐story office towers. The TVC 2050 plan builds upon Pereira’s futuristic vision, allowing the studio to accommodate evolving technologies and industry demands and foster growth of entertainment jobs in Los Angeles. 

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This investment in Television City will deliver new high-tech facilities that productions need, helping keep the entertainment workforce here.


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At the Center of LA Entertainment

TVC 2050 not only ensures the studio will continue to attract top television, film, and new media makers, it will generate significant economic and community benefits.