A rich history in film and broadcasting.
One of the oldest continuously operating studios, Sunset Bronson has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a former hay and barley farm. The original location of Warner Brothers Studios, the lot has been the location for many a pivotal cinematic moment. Talkies were born here with The Jazz Singer, and one of the country’s first radio stations was located on the lot. Starting in 1954, KTLA began broadcasting from here and continues to be a leader in the television broadcasting world today.
Sunset Bronson has over 105,000 square feet of stage space, with six of the ten stages offering control rooms with full digital capabilities. Both television and film productions can rest assured that their needs are understood at Sunset Bronson. We have had everything from Hannah Montana to The Last Action Hero on our lot.
In addition to the stages, there is over 100,000 square feet of office and support space. These facilities are internet ready, offer access to the lot wide wireless network, and many are Avid-ready.
Whatever your needs, Sunset Bronson can exceed them. Please call 323.460.5858 or email Beth Talbert.