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India TV adopts a contemporary outlook with new logo

14-December-2013
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India TV adopts a contemporary outlook with new logo

India TV has unveiled its new-look logo. The news channel is in revamp mode and has already announced some key appointments in its senior content team.

The brief for the new logo included positioning India TV as a contemporary network with an international look, and signifying a large company in terms of scale and stature.

The colour palette of the previous logo has been maintained in the new logo.

Along with the new appointments, Rajat Sharma, Editor-in-Chief, India TV resumes a daily news show after a gap of over four years.

More changes in terms of look and feel of the channel as well as the content are in the pipeline, which will be announced soon. 

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