Monday, May 28, 2012

New look: NOS Journaal


NOS, which stands for Nederlandse Omroep Stichting, is a public broadcaster in the Netherlands. Created in 1969, it is responsible for news and sports on Dutch public radio och TV. Yesterday, May 27, it introduced a new design for its flagship news programme, NOS Journaal.

NOS' previous look was launched in December 2005 and created by the British agency Lambie-Nairn. Based on a concept called "the hub of news", Lambie-Nairn built the new look around a red ring, also taking the place of the O in the logo.

The new look reaffirms the confidence in the red ring, making it the focal point in the intro. NOS are also getting a new studio set design. The music is a re-arranged version of the music used before 2005.

Previous NOS Journaal intro.

The NOS logo, introduced in 2005 and unaffected by this change.

The original NOS logo, used until the mid-90s.

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NOS have provided plenty of videos of their new look, the following is a preview that aired before the relaunch.



A preview of the new look for sports news:



First actual bulletin with the new look, broadcast at 12 p.m. on Sunday.



A timelapse showing the new set being built.





NOS May 22 (archive)
NOS May 24 (archive)
NOS May 27 (archive)
Volkskrant

1 comment:

  1. Cape Rock did concept & design for rebrand 2012.

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