As of now, Polsat has been using the same logo since February 2006. Don't know when will the rebrand will be implemented, the article on Polsat's website simply stated nothing.About time.
It definitely looks more up-to-date
Other people after they saw Polsat's new logo says it looks like Pepsi logo.As of now, Polsat has been using the same logo since February 2006. Don't know when will the rebrand will be implemented, the article on Polsat's website simply stated nothing.
A welcoming change, TVN has had the same logo since day one and TVP 1 and 2, among the big four, since 2003 (though they're changing the shades of the colors).
Initially the logo was an S made out of two arches, that was when the channel was strictly a satellite one (hence the Sat in Polsat). A friend of the network founder suggested that the logo would be a stronger symbol - the golden sun of the Aztecs - in order to assure the success of the channel.
I like the wavy icon for Polsat, Plus with its reimagining of the plus sign just reminds me of XBOX.
Even Kadry ze starej TV is mourning the death of Polsat's long-serving sun - the outgoing one was derived from the 1994 one - a sun of 22 rays. (At the time of writing the profile pic is a bumper used in January 1994)
Weird, I didn't think of Pepsi when I first saw it. The standard logo looks good in Polsat Film's colors.
So, if Polsat rebrands their logos, Would Polsat JimJam use the new logo too?Polsat will also launch three new channels: Polsat X, Polsat Film 2 and Polsat Reality. These channels are already testing, but probably showing nothing (maybe not?).
Polsat X already had a logo before the rebrand was announced.
Also, the words on the ad-break and teleshop idents have a different font and lighting animation (more synced to the music).Minimax Hungary continuities from 2002.
The 2nd, 3rd, and 4th video contains an direct offer ident, which the music was not matched with the ad break ident.
And the ad break ident's this version is also used here.
But by late 2002, the Hungarian version's logo was also automated, as seen in the video below.I didn't expect that Minimax Hungary to have its on-screen DOG still turned on/off manually in 2002 (from what I know, Minimax Poland had automated DOG system already from its start or so)