Viasat Explorer, Viasat History from 8.12 new coat
Viasat Broadcasting Company completed in December this year, rebranding its pay channels which are broadcast in North, Central and Eastern Europe. At the end of the first decade of the last month of the year will be to present a visual image movie channel TV1000, TV1000 russkoi Cinema, documentary channels Viasat History, Viasat Explorer, and sports channel Viasat Sport.
The main objective is to modernize logotypes and graphic package above stations is to unify the identity of channels in one brand. The new design was important to maintain the importance of brands in terms of content, focus and target audience perception of the channel. Under the new identity stations Viasat Broadcasting is signed by well known German studio DMC (Design for Media & Communication). Inform the portal televesti.ru.
Since the beginning of all broadcast channels Viasat is the first rebranding, which radically changes the visual image of stations - from the logo graphics and sound design and demonstrates a very strong position in the channel in different markets where they carry. Changes are therefore implemented carefully and with regard to the perception of channels viewers.
The new logo and style of each channel Viasat began to occur three years ago. The first coat, got a new graphic Viasat sports channels in Scandinavia. In February 2009 followed by upgrading the brand TV1000 an overarching 8 themed movie channels. Early (8.12.2009) will replace the visual image TV1000, Viasat History and Viasat Explorer in Central and Eastern Europe and in Russia and CIS countries.
The second part of the modernization is a technical nature. Sports channel Viasat Sport Russia's web broadcasts from November 2009 to a much better quality - the pay channels began broadcasting in 16:9 widescreen image and offers the best possible technical quality in SD resolution.
The family Viasat channels in the Czech Republic and Slovak remain the documentary channels Viasat Explorer, Viasat History. Such stations began broadcasting in our country in June 2005 with the Czech dubbing. Both programs are part of the tender of pay-TV platform Skylink, UPC Direct and Digi TV.