Monday, January 14, 2008

Chicago Blues: 'Trib' Launches Redesign -- Without Trademark Color in Nameplate

The Chicago Tribune debuts its new look on narrower pages Monday, and change starts at the top: the blue banner-like nameplate that defined its front page for decades is gone.

In place of the white-lettered "Chicago Tribune" on the blue strip across the page, the paper's name will be in blue against a white background. "Chicago Tribune" will still be spelled out in Old English type, and the flag will continue to feature a literal flag, although the Stars and Stripes will be centered underneath the name. [Click for MORE]

> Goodbye Blue at the Chicago Tribune
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