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  1. I've always been interested by local TV station logos and whether or not they choose to represent any given area through their imagery or not. Post your local TV station logos here. For Wilmington, NC: ABC and CBS affiliate: New logo as of this year Old logo NBC affiliate: Fox affiliate:
  2. Just full D1
  3. I've been working on this for some time now and thought I'd share it with all of you college sports fans. This map shows every NCAA Division I program as of this year. While I know other maps have existed previously, none of them were completely up-to-date, so I took it upon myself to create one. The only program that isn't included on the map is Hawaii (Sorry, Rainbow Warriors!) due to their location. While I know there might be some programs that are slightly off in location, it was extremely tough to place everybody exactly without any guidelines. I did my best, so cut me some slack if something is a few miles off! One thing that still stands out to me is how distance there is between programs once you get west of Texas and east of the West Coast. There are plenty of programs on the eastern seaboard, especially around New England and the Mid Atlantic, but when you look at states like Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, and Nebraska, giant plots of land are without DI representation. It's wild to compare that to states like Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, New York, and Texas to see that giant contrast. Anyways, enjoy!
  4. Aldi is going against the grain and bringing back shine while everybody else is going flat. Old: New:
  5. Old: New:
  6. It's not necessarily an upgrade or downgrade. The old logo was pretty awful, but the new logo reads "South Big" to me, not "Big South". It also reminds me more of a regional phone company rather than a sports conference logo. I don't know. I can't quite put my finger on what seems so off about it.
  7. James Madison University, an FCS team in Virginia, has refreshed their logos to flatten them out a bit. No major changes, but just some updates to bring them into 2017. Old: New: Old: New: They have also debuted some new wordmarks, in addition to the JMU logo released above:
  8. While I like what you did, I have to agree with the others in saying that the original gets my vote. I think using the rainbow flag for the logo comes off as very cliche and does more harm than good. The original logo can be put over any picture to allow for some customization, but your interpretations of the logo limits it a bit in the mediums it could be applied to. Great concept, though!
  9. Can't wait to see how you intertwine App State's Yosef logo with the State of North Carolina! I love all of these. Amazing job!
  10. Old logo: New logo: Old vs. new logo and packaging:
  11. App State in NC
  12. I personally like it. It is symbolic, yet simple. The Railhawks never resonated with me, so I'm okay with the name change if it is for a pitch to be an expansion team for the MLS. The Carolinas need a MLB team more, but MLS is always welcome in a youth-heavy area. Also, I think the Raleigh-Durham area will work better for MLS than Charlotte would. There are three major colleges within 45 minutes of Cary (UNC-Chapel Hill, NC State, and Duke), with East Carolina, Appalachian State, UNC-Greensboro, Wake Forest, Elon, High Point, NC A&T, Winston-Salem State, UNC-Wilmington, and UNC-Charlotte all being within a three hour radius of the stadium. Charlotte may be closer to South Carolina and other pro teams, but soccer is becoming more popular in college-aged students, so it would be a smart move to place a team in this very young area.
  13. Just realized that the new Kodak logo bares a striking resemblance to the Koch Industries logo.
  14. I'd say it's an upgrade over the 90s look that it had donned for decades.