NFL Media kicks off ambitious expansion with new headquarters in Inglewood


“For a glimpse of the NFL’s media ambitions, step inside the league’s new studio and office complex in Inglewood.

The NFL’s new West Coast home, part of Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s $5-billion, 298-acre Hollywood Park mixed-use development, boasts the latest in technology. Its control room is anchored by a 12-foot wall of high-definition screens that can simultaneously display 253 different video feeds, including shots from the 30 NFL stadiums.

There are five soundstages, including a 5,970-square-foot space for NFL Network’s “Total Access” and “GameDay” shows. The stage features 360-degree camera views, a catwalk for talent and a revolving neon red-white-and-blue NFL logo — hauled in from Nashville after the 2019 NFL Draft. The complex, which opens Wednesday, also includes a podcast studio and a camera-ready newsroom.

“This facility was designed for the world that we are in now, and what we think the world will look like in the future,” said David Jurenka, NFL Los Angeles general manager and NFL Media senior vice president.”

Ramtek had a crucial part in  providing power for the Inglewood complex, supplying them with 3 of Eaton’s 9395P UPS systems. Eaton’s Power Xpert 9395P UPS builds on the reputation of reliability of the Power Xpert family of UPSs with up to 20 percent more power than the original Power Xpert 9395, all within the same footprint. Starline Busway’s were also installed to ensure The first-of-its-kind continuous access slot that runs along the bottom of the system presenting you with the flexibility of being able to easily change or add to operational layouts in the future without losing any uptime- simply insert a plug-in unit wherever power is required. The various configurations possible include options for outlets, drop cords, circuit breakers, fused disconnects, terminal blocks and power metering.

We, at Ramtek, hope to continue our partnership with the NFL in providing critical power solutions where ever needed.