Broadcast design

21 Emmys and counting

22 Emmys and counting…

Broadcast design is not just flat screens  and fancy graphics. It’s an active part  of the viewer’s experience. Done well,  broadcast design can enhance and  extend a brand. Our award-winning  broadcast design team does it very well, having created sets and scenic  environments for the most prestigious  content brands in the world, spanning  news, entertainment, culture, live  events and sports brands.

 

“All the world’s a stage”… We are experts at creating  broadcast environments. With the advancements in smart  phones and the proliferation of media channels such as  YouTube, our daily activities are turning into broadcast  events. Broadcast + live events + understanding brands =  experiential environments for the modern media world.

For over 20 years, Jack Morton/PDG has created award-  winning broadcast and environmental designs for the  most prestigious media and content brands in the world,  including news, entertainment, culture and sports. Our  team of designers, graphic artists and 2D/3D illustrators  use inspired design to create flexible, state of the art  broadcast environments. We’ve won 22 Emmys and 27  Broadcast Design Awards.

Our team—led by Jim Fenhagen—has won 22  Emmys, 27 BDA awards  and the respect of  producers on six  continents. Examples of our work include:

  • News studios
  • Sports sets
  • Talk show sets
  • Culture & entertainment
  • Staging and scenic design

We‘ve worked with every major Broadcast  Network, (NBC, FOX, CBS, ABC, HBO, CNN, MSNBC) and have worked with nontraditional platforms and Internet sites (Amazon, Yahoo,  Google, Twitch, YouTube, Bleacher Report).

Programs:

  • Set Design
  • Production Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Trade Show Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Experiential Design,
  • Content Design
  • Interior Design

Services:

  • Creative Direction
  • Conceptual Design
  • Art Direction
  • Illustration
  • Rendering
  • 3-D Modeling
  • Fly-Throughs
  • CAD
  • Project Management

Broadcast design