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Guest zas1977

"A Fuller Spectrum of News"- New Slogan & Logo for msnbc.com

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Guest Dylan

Wow, bad slogan and logo. Nice.

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Honestly, the logo isn't bad, but I would think a news organization would try to use the same logo (generally) throughout their different platforms. CNN has their universal little logo on everything, but really, what else would you put?

 

Back to the logo, the website around it doesn't seem to have a feel alike to it with the modern styling, everything being crammed together, small, etc., not to mention the channel is ALL CAPS and the logo is lower capitals, the lower version definitely looks great. If anything, MSNBC should have just used their TV logo and come up with a different slogan.

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Guest GForceTV

Slogan Idea: Nothing.

 

Seriously, why do news networks need a slogan for everything? Look at FOX News - it's a mess of slogans and catchphrases and look where it's got them brand-wise.

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Slogan Idea: Nothing.

 

Seriously, why do news networks need a slogan for everything? Look at FOX News - it's a mess of slogans and catchphrases and look where it's got them brand-wise.

 

Um...number 1?

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Slogan Idea: Nothing.

 

Seriously, why do news networks need a slogan for everything? Look at FOX News - it's a mess of slogans and catchphrases and look where it's got them brand-wise.

 

Um...number 1?

That's what I was thinking, FNC's had a few dozen they've used in all probably.

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