Monday, September 28, 2009

Nickelodeon destroys the happy childhood memories of countless Americans with pointless logo change.

This has apparently been common knowledge for almost two months now, but I didn't catch on until my sister pointed it out: Nickelodeon has changed it's logo. This isn't quite as egregious as NBC Universal rebranding Sci-Fi as SyFy, but it does make me wonder, why do the suits at MTV hate my childhood?

1 comment:

  1. This is a good thing. Nickelodeon is not the same channel it was in the early 90's, and now the logo reflects that. This will help define the original logo as a symbol of true quality.

    It's kinda like how when they brought back Rugrats, the episodes were fairly identical, except the names of the episodes now popped up in black font instead of red. That's how I could immediately tell I was about to watch an inferior episode. Same goes for the "Brand Spankin' New Doug" rebrand.