Pentagram’s Michael Gericke and Emily Oberman design 21st Century Fox logo

Pentagram partners Michael Gericke and Emily Oberman have created the identity for 21st Century Fox, a new brand that represents the media and entertainment divisions of Twentieth Century Fox.

21st Century Fox

The new identity has been unveiled after News Corporation chief executive Rupert Murdoch split the company’s businesses into two groups.

Gericke and Oberman developed the logo and conceived the name 21st Century Fox.

Pentagram says, ‘The 21st Century Fox logo features a pair of sweeping searchlights that suggest entertainment, broadcasting and limitless possibilities, within a circle shape inspired by a lens.

‘Iconic and distinctive, the symbol is accompanied by a wordmark set in strong, stacked lettering that is derived from the typographic pedestal of the Twentieth Century Fox logo and Fox Broadcasting’s wordmark.’

21st Century Fox

Under the new arrangement 21st Century Fox will serve as the umbrella company for Twentieth Century Fox and the rest of the group’s entertainment and media properties, all of which will retain their existing well-known names and logos.

21st Century Fox will cover a global portfolio of cable and broadcasting networks including Fox, Fox News Channel, and production studios Twentieth Century Fox Television and Shine Group.

Rupert Murdoch, who will serve as chairman and chief executive of the new company says, ‘21st Century Fox is a name that draws upon the rich creative heritage of our film studio, while also speaking to the innovation and dynamism that define all of our global media and entertainment businesses and will guide us into the future.’


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  • John Bryson November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Of course, it looks like this. However it’s the farthest thing from distinctive.

  • Irfan Ahmed November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Am I missing something here? They ‘conceived’ the idea for the name “21st Century Fox”? Somewhat underwhelming. And that ‘R’ is really bugging me too.

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