We only talk about that: France Télévisions and all of its channels are changing their visual identity! It was the blog of the Lenodal.com site , a specialist in television identities, which brought the matter to light after a tweet from @ana3ig, who discovered the pot-aux-roses in the list of the latest trademark filings in the INPI, thus confirming information given by the Satellifax site last April. France Télévision has since unveiled its new logo , which declines each channel according to its identity, france.2, france.3, france.4, france.5 and france. Here are the new visual names for the public service channels that were put on your screens on Monday 29 January.
A harmonization that echoes the spirit of the france.tv group site , whose punctuated logo was revealed in May 2017 instead of the Francetv Pluzz replay service, and which also recalls that of the new franceinfo channel: ( who has two points, her), co-ownership of the group. Above: The current logos of France Télévisions, france.tv and franceinfo: The leitmotif of this change, that of the evolution [url=https://www.photoeditorph.com/photo-background-removing/]background remove service[/url] of television: We also advise you to read the twitter news feed of Valentin Socha who retraced on his wall the evolution of the visual identity of France Télévision since its creation. Fun and effective! And that’s all Let’s start by observing carefully.
The first thing that strikes is the period (pun easy, sorry). This point, which seems to have become the leitmotif of the group’s channels, was originally, for france.tv in any case, and without admitting it openly, a much more practical way of having the domain name of its replay service memorized, many Internet users having trouble remembering the spelling or the name of Pluzz. We are clearly in the domain name model, in the complete digitization of television. However, when speaking, it won’t change anything, we won’t say “france point deux” or “france point trois”. This point retains the original color of each string to maintain consistency with previous identities. Red for france.2, blue for france.3, purple for france.4, green for france5. Only france.Ô changes to yellow, a color already used for local stalls overseas. Our colleagues from Lenodal also notice that the latter lose the “première” mention that these locals had since 2010, following a lost lawsuit against the Paris Première channel.