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.|
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)