The next generation of media design is upon us, with media designers across the world looking to move away from the traditional media design ethos and into the digital era.
This year, Fox News is partnering with Royal Design Media to launch their first full-time media design studio in 2019.
The studio, which will employ more than 100 people, will provide a creative direction and creative guidance for new media companies, and will help them reach new audiences.
The studio will focus on digital content, with an emphasis on live events, branded content and social media.
It will also help clients navigate the digital landscape by offering a broad range of design services.
“Our focus will be on developing an online design platform to facilitate the design and development of branded content,” Fox News said.
“This platform will help media companies and brands expand their online presence, engage audiences and promote their products and brands.”
The studio will open its doors this year in Los Angeles, with offices across the country.
It has already received a nod for its design work, and Fox News also announced that it is looking to expand the team to include more designers in 2018.
The studios first studio in New York will be open in the fall, while studios in Atlanta, Dallas and Los Angeles are also set to open in 2019, with more studios expected to open by 2020.