Launched in 2005, the confusingly named Logo is an American cable network tailored to an LGBT audience with programs about everything from adoption to drag queens. It is owned by Viacom and is probably the first such network to be launched by a mainstream broadcaster. This month Logo itself has quietly rolled out a new logo.
The previous logo had been used in various forms since the network's launch. Originally it came in many colors, but lately it has usually been black of white.
Israeli-American production studio Co-Op has posted these design and animation explorations on their website, and they are probably seen in some form on Logo at the moment. I don't know if they were involved in designing the actual logo.
The new logo was implemented on social media profiles on January 12 and was probably launched on TV around that time. There appears to have been no press releases or fanfare around it.
Thanks to Christian Williams for the tip!