NESN Unveils Revamped Studio A, Serving as New Studio Home When Red Sox and Bruins Take the Road (Photos)


Studio A overlayAfter two months of construction, the wait was over.

On Monday, Jan. 28, NESN president Sean McGrail cut the ribbon on Studio A at NESN, marking the studio open for business and ushering in a new era for New England’s largest television network.

The new studio will be the home of plenty sports talk down the road, and things got moving quickly. Dale Arnold and Billy Jaffe took the stage for the first episode in the new space, with Bruins Face-Off LIVE earning the honor of the first show shot in the new studio.

With coverage of the Bruins, Red Sox and more sure to come from Studio A in the future, take a look back at the past to see all the work that went into building NESN’s newest studio.

Check out NESN’s Studio A construction process >>

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