Up to 400 members of the media can attend major international games at the Millennium Stadium with some television broadcasts of games being beamed to more than 70 nations worldwide.
The Millennium Stadium has increased its capacity to almost double the previous number of desks supplied for journalists who send their words and pictures via internet connections to destinations worldwide.
The revamp of the Media Centre has been completed with a refit of the room which includes new desks, chairs, a reception area and decor. The interior will be decorated with action pictures from famous rugby encounters to showcase the national sport of Wales.
The next stage is to devote one large area to photographic images of rugby clubs and their followers from across Wales.
A Millennium Stadium spokesperson said: "There is intense pressure on the media covering major events at the stadium and the facilities have to be of the highest standard.
"Few people get to witness the level of intensity which the games attract but we all enjoy watching the coverage and reading about the games the morning after they have been played.
"The first chance the rugby media will have of seeing the new centre is at the Wales v Australia match on November 6 and we are confident they will be impressed by the renovation."
Fans can still catch Wales in the Autumn Series games against Australia, South Africa, Fiji and New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium as tickets are available now at www.wru.co.uk/tickets, by telephone (08442 777888) and at Cardiff Arms Store, 8 Westgate Street, Cardiff.
Saturday fixtures against the Wallabies, on 6th November, the Springboks, on 13th November and the All Blacks, on 27th November are priced at £25, £40, £60, £65 and £70, with the Friday night clash with Rugby World Cup Pool D opponents Fiji priced at just £20 and £10 for children.
Official hospitality packages can be purchased from just £99 per person for Wales v Fiji at the official Millennium Stadium website: www.millenniumstadium.com. Prices start at £169 for games against Australia and South Africa and from £179 for New Zealand - packages include a ticket located in the best seats of the house, a complimentary match programme and a guest speaker from the world of rugby.