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9 minutes ago, newstime said:

I noticed cbssports.com is using a new logo for its header (replacing the old “boxed” logo). Possibly a sign of new graphics for the Super Bowl?

 

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We already knew that was coming pretty much when the network rebrand was announced in October.

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Everything CBS is getting the same logo look as part of Viacom's standardization attempts (a few days ago, the CBS Television Distribution closer made way for "CBS Media Ventures").

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2 hours ago, newstime said:

I noticed cbssports.com is using a new logo for its header (replacing the old “boxed” logo). Possibly a sign of new graphics for the Super Bowl?

 

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I wonder if this means that CBS Sports will debut new graphics for their broadcast of Super Bowl LV just like they did with Super Bowl 50. It definitely would make sense with ViacomCBS rebranding the network.  CBS Sports basically used the same graphics for Super Bowl LIII so it's unlikely they would use the same look for their third straight Super Bowl. I'm hoping they don't change too much though, I kinda like the way their graphics look right now.

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