Sportsnet to unveil new, state-of-the-art NHL studio for 2021-22 season

Sportsnet will unveil a brand new, state-of-the art broadcast studio in the fall, which will serve as the new home for NHL on Sportsnet.

The new studio, which will be located at Rogers Campus in Toronto, will be ready for the 2021-22 season, and will be on the cutting edge of technology and infrastructure — featuring multiple set areas with moveable pieces, brand new control rooms, high-tech monitor walls, real-time data integration and virtual set extension capabilities that will allow for reimagined storytelling.

“Sportsnet continues to invest in all of our sports properties and platforms through enhanced technology that will bring the most immersive experience to fans and provide advertisers with an ideal environment to build their brands,” said Bart Yabsley, President of Sportsnet. “The studio will be versatile, interactive, and future-forward, and is designed in a way that is flexible and adaptable to the changing media landscape.

"It is more than just a television studio – it’s a space that will inspire collaborative and innovative content creation for every platform, to the ultimate benefit of Canadian sports fans.”

Until the full unveiling in the Fall, when construction of the new studio will be complete, here's a sneak preview of what's coming:

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