Telemundo Center, the new global headquarters for the Hispanic TV arm of NBCUniversal, is now open for business.
The new facility, located in far-west Miami, is being touted as “the only next-generation, multimedia production facility with news, sports, entertainment, studios, international and digital all under one roof.”
With an investment of more than $250 million, Telemundo Center is an approximately 500,000 square-foot facility on 21 acres, with the capacity to house 1,500 employees.
“Telemundo Center is the manifestation of our commitment to the Hispanic market and a representation of our core values of innovation, collaboration and transparency,” said Cesar Conde, Chairman, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises and NBCUniversal International Group. “Latinos are a growing cultural, political and economic force influencing every aspect of our country. Telemundo Center is the only facility that can fuel the preferences and demands of this dynamic audience, while driving unlimited growth and opportunity for our company, our employees and our community for years to come.”
Producing over 3,000 hours of original content a year, Telemundo Center includes 15 highly adaptive studios, including two digital studios, virtual and augmented-reality sets, and a state-of-the-art news operation.