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Being launched in 1996, GloboNews was the first ever news only channel in Brazil and substituted GNT as the news channel in the GloboSat service.
Keeping the same structure, its perspective angle slightly changed, making it easier to read.
The word "News" became bigger and further away from "Globo".
With its 10th anniversary, the logo highlighted the on-screen bug design used since 1997. On the other hand, the Globo symbol gained a glass effect.
Alternate logo used in some promos. The screen aspect ratio of Rede Globo's symbol was changed to 16:9, aligned with the 2008 Globo logo.
This logo is part of a major rebrand made by Crama Design Estratégico and F/Nazca using Helvetica Black. The full wordmark "News" has three meanings: an extended dialogue, the focus on the center of the news, and several layers, paralleling the depth of the facts reported.
The monochromatic flat logo was promoted to main logo after a revamped on-air look, but with slight tweaks on the "News" wordmark and the Globo symbol position. However, the previous monochromatic logo was kept as alternate.