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Revision as of 14:58, September 19, 2018

September

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September 13: The Olympic Council of Ireland rebranded to the Olympic Federation of Ireland.

TeamIreland Olympic

September 13: Transport, food delivery, and bicycle-sharing company Uber presents a new logo.

Uber2018-01

September 12: Italian television channel Rete 4 changes its logo after 19 years

Rete42018

September 10: Bulgarian National Television introduces a new logo after 10 years.

Bulgarian National Television 2018

September 9: Production company FremantleMedia changes its name to Fremantle.

Fremantle-logo-dark

September 8: Muz-TV introduces a new logo.

Muz-TV Russia (2018, background)

September 7: Cinecanal introduces a new logo.

Cinecanal 2018

September 6: Chilean telecommunications company Entel unveiled a new visual identity.

Logoentel2018

September 5: Peruvian broadcasters América and ATV presented their new TV channel called América Next

AmericaNext

September 4: John Lewis changes its name to John Lewis & Partners.

John Lewis & Partners 2018

September 4: Waitrose changes its name to Waitrose & Partners.

WaitroseandPartners2018

September 3: Venezolana de Televisión introduces a new logo.

Venezolana de Televisión September 2018

September 3: RCN's international channel Nuestra Tele introduces a new logo.

NuestraTele2018

September 3: UK multinational department store retailer Debenhams introduces a new logo.

Debenhams2018

September 3: French luxury brand Celine rebrands under new direction, loses its é accent.

Celine 2018

September 2: El Tres changes its name to El Tres TV and introduces a new logo.

Eltres RGB-grad (positivo)

September 1: 1+1 media launched a Ukrainian version of Spike.

Spike 2015

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