Pac-12 Relocates Production Studio to Bishop Ranch
Collegiate athletic organization, The Pac-12 Conference, has announced the relocation of its San Francisco production studio to the East Bay, as it signs a new lease at Bishop Ranch in San Ramon, CA. The 42,000-square-foot space will be located at BR15 when the Pac-12 moves this summer.
Bishop Ranch is a 600-acre mixed-use community with a range of Class A workplaces, retail, services, dining options and new residences currently breaking ground. Located just east of Interstate 680 on Camino Ramon, the complex will house Pac-12’s state-of-the-art broadcast and content production facility along with flexible workspace and meeting rooms for in-person meetings and events.
The studio will focus on live sports content featuring cutting-edge production technology and more than 100 staffers and freelancers on game days. The Pac-12 studio produces more than 850 live events annually in addition to studio and shoulder programming.
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