BBC announces its new graphic design services roster

The five chosen consultancies, including Mother Design London and Studio Output, will be working with the BBC for two years on various projects encompassing branding and creative direction.

London, England - May 18, 2014: Entrance to the British Broadcasting Corporation's headquarters at New Broadcasting House in London. The building houses journalists and programme makers.

The BBC has announced its new graphic design services roster for 2017, naming five consultancies including Studio Output and Mother Design London.

The consultancies were selected from 11 tender applications in total, and will be working with the BBC until the contract ends in January 2019.

External and internal campaign

They will work with various BBC divisions including BBC Marketing and Audiences on a number of graphic design projects, including both external and internal campaigns.

The consultancies will be working on projects either alone or alongside another “creative services supplier”, with projects spanning both brand assets and creative direction, says the BBC.

Stereo, Cheetham Bell JWT and D8

The other selected consultancies are London-based Stereo, Manchester-based Cheetham Bell JWT and Glasgow-based D8.

Individual contracts will be awarded to the consultancies on an ad-hoc basis as projects are announced over the next two years.

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