Tag: Logos

More to the BBC Select logo than meets the eye?

Revised article published: 20th February 2021. Back in December, the new BBC Select website went live, in advance of the formal launch of the new streaming service. The BBC Select logo included an odd looking version of the BBC blocks

The channel brand that was bigger than its programmes

It was hugely fitting that Channel 4 paid tribute to Martin Lambie-Nairn on Monday night after his death. Without him, who knows whether the channel would have flourished.

Channel 4 tribute to Martin Lambie-Nairn

Following the news today of the death of branding expert Martin Lambie-Nairn, Channel 4 tonight paid a brief tribute to him.

Martin Lambie-Nairn: a giant of TV branding

Martin Lambie-Nairn will go down in media history as the inventor of modern television branding.

BBC iPlayer branding tweak – BBC logo recoloured

There are indications today that the BBC iPlayer logo has been tweaked.

BBC Films becomes BBC Film – but the dodgy BBC logo remains

Earlier this week following the release of a BBC Two trail featuring short snippets of various new films, we asked a question:

BBC Radio branding in need of a tidy-up

Last updated: 4th June 2020. Back in 1997, the BBC realised that it was responsible for hundreds of very different looking logos, ranging from broadcast channels to corporate services. As well as being very expensive, the other big negative is

PICTURED: BBC One logo.

Better brand governance please BBC

Every major business in the country knows the value of a strong corporate identity and consistent branding. It creates a strong visual identity which helps the business stand out in a crowded marketplace. And it can help symbolise and represent

PICTURED: botched/unofficial BBC logo in use within the BBC.

That botched BBC logo just keeps popping up

That unofficial BBC logo that’s been sitting on the web for years – you know the one – has found its way on to our screens on many occasions, within programme titles. It’s like an uncontainable virus. Here’s the abomination