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United States

Entertainment, Kids

Disney Cinema

Disney Cinema is the premium movie channel that brings the family together. Broadcasting great Disney classics, the catalogue has recently expanded to embrace those of Pixar, Lucas Films and Disney Nature in order to accommodate a wider audience.Continue reading

Pop tv channel branding done by Loyal Kaspar
General Entertainment

Pop

On September 2014, CBS and Lionsgate announced that TVGN would be relaunched as Pop in early 2015, with the rebranding later announced to occur on January 14 of that year with its focus shifting toward programming about pop culture fandom.Continue reading

TruTV channel packaging done by Loyal Kaspar
General Entertainment

tru TV

truTV is an American cable and satellite television channel that is owned by the Turner Broadcasting System division of Time Warner. The rebrand was done by Loyal Kaspar. with the rebrand the channel’s lineup was re-oriented with a focus on comedy-based reality programs.Continue reading

Time Warner Cable News
News

Time Warner Cable News

Troika was assigned to rebrand Time Warner Cable News’ suite of 16 channels, including NY1, NY1 Noticias, and 14 additional stations throughout New York, North Carolina and Texas, by establishing a unified brand strategy, position, and identity. Continue reading

KCTS9
Education, General Entertainment

KCTS9

KCTS-TV, channel 9, is a non-commercial educational station licensed to Seattle, Washington, USA. Troika partnered with North Western PBS affiliate KCTS9 to bring their new brand concept – INQUISITV to life on-air as a dynamic, entertaining identity that reinvents what it means to be local TV.Continue reading

Oxygen Logo
Female, General Entertainment

Oxygen

Oxygen is an American digital cable channel which features programming targeted at younger female viewers, including original reality television series, acquired scripted series and feature films.Continue reading

General Entertainment

SPIKE (2015)

“Spike has always been a brand that pushes the boundaries of the unexpected. As the national network shifted focus from male-centric entertainment to programming with broader appeal, they needed a visual expression that succinctly encapsulated the brand’s bold, disruptive movement forward.Continue reading