Fox5-Washington DC-WTTG

At 10,000 square feet, the space includes both virtual and physical studios as well as a main newsroom. The studio features informal presentation spaces and movable platforms, a performance area, a functional kitchen, and a main anchor area that includes an 8-by-22-foot curved LED wall. The wall splits in half and rotates 270 degrees, providing different ways to frame the shot and present content in the space.

Broadcast NewsBroadcast EnvironmentsBroadcast Infrastructure

The newsroom features three main on-camera zones including an informal interview area, social media stand-up area and main news desk. The main presentation desk spins and pivots like a turntable would, giving the director the ability to change the background by rotating the desk.

Provost Studio equipped FOX5 DC with a studio that exemplifies the newsrooms of the future.

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Design Firm
Peter Provost
Lead Designer
Intermodal StudioScenic
Mystic Scenic Studios
Lighting Design
Lighting Design Group
A/V Technology
AV Design Services
Interior Architect of Record
Gensler Building
Architect of Record
Shalom Baranes Associates
Carr Properties
General Contractor
Clark Construction Group




Bethesda, Maryland


5,000 square feet

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