FOX Sports’ video studio, which will premiere at the company’s annual media day on Thursday, will allow consumers to explore how they can take their photos and use them to create content, according to a press release.
“It is important to us that our content be relevant to our viewers and their interests, and the new Photo Lab video will make that possible,” Fox Sports Senior Vice President of Content Marketing Chris Lacey said.
“As photographers and editors, we are often tasked with providing captivating images that will capture the heart of our audience, but what we see more often are photos that are just plain boring.”
The new video will showcase how users can apply Photoshop effects to their photos, and it will also offer users the ability to preview their photos before they are published, as well as offer a tool to edit photos.
The new video, which has not been revealed, is expected to debut at a press event in New York City on Thursday.
Users can also upload their photos to the Photo Lab and share them on Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #photolab, and users can also post images from the studio to Instagram, Tumblr, and other social media platforms.
Fox Sports has also announced it is developing a new video game called Photo Lab: Capture the Moment that will feature similar features to Photo Lab.
In addition, the studio is working with the film, TV, music, and film and music industries to bring a new photo studio to the digital world.
The Photo Lab will be available to all Fox Sports subscribers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand.