The news staffers who are seen on air in the background of the newsroom of Fox News are not shrinking.
It is the new, 55-inch computer screens that they are seated behind with the network’s new on-the-air look. The sub-headline of the story reads: “If you can’t make the news better, make it bigger.” There also is a high-tech image carousel thrown into the mix as well.
Essentially, a spokesperson for Fox told The Verge that the new “news decks” show viewers how news stories come in and what the staffers do with that data before turning it becomes the news.
When are we going to see the first sighting of a Fox employee surfing on the Net, liking on Facebook, ogling over Goggle, or tweeting on Twitter instead of doing their job?