MontanaPBS updates its brand

MontanaPBS updates its brand

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BOZEMAN — As part of a two-year effort, MontanaPBS has announced the release of new branding materials that the station says will reflect its commitment to quality and the evolution of viewing experiences.

The rebranding includes a refreshed logo, new color palette and updated typeface. MontanaPBS will also roll out new on-air and printed graphics, updated web graphics and a new style for all its social media platforms.

MontanaPBS will transition to its new broadcast and digital looks and send an updated Viewer’s Guide in December. The station will also update its pledge experience in late November. 

Despite the visual changes, MontanaPBS said it has no plans to change its content lineup and will continue to promote local shows like “Backroads on Montana,” “11th and Grant” and “Montana Ag Live,” as well as educational shows for children like “Molly of Denali” and “Let’s Go Luna.”

For more details on brand resources and its guidelines, visit montanapbs.org/brand.

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