National Geographic goes Further with rebrand

National Geographic drops the word "channel" and unites all its platforms with the tagline 'Further.'

2016-11-14_1454National Geographic has now refreshed its brand unifying all platforms with one logo and a new tagline “Further”.

The word “Channel” has been dropped from all on-air and off-air extensions from all broadcast channels while the magazine, website, social and digital platforms, live events are all refreshed.

‘Further’ captures the quest to always “go deeper, to seek, to take risks, to push boundaries, to remain restless and to be pioneering in everything we do, just like the National Geographic explorers who came before us.”

“This rebrand marks a significant turning point in the realisation of our transformational new vision for National Geographic Channel,” said Courteney Monroe, CEO, National Geographic Global Television Networks on announcing the global rebrand. “As a new brand positioning statement, “Further” aligns perfectly with our new premium programming strategy, which is built on quality, distinctiveness and the relentless pursuit of creative excellence. The new visual design is sophisticated, contemporary and cinematic and lives up to the promise of the National Geographic brand.”

“Furthering knowledge and understanding of our world is, and always has been, the core purpose of National Geographic. Our “Further” rebrand combines the best of National Geographic’s values and amplifies them with 21st Century Fox’s storytelling capabilities to deliver entertainment with purpose,” said Jacqui Feeney, Managing Director ANZ, National Geographic Partners. “I am thrilled that this vision kicks off with the premiere of Mars where we’ve delivered our first major 360 multi-platform initiative powered by global and local content covering digital, social, print, outdoor media and Mars: The Live Experience appealing to a wide audience of all ages. National Geographic is a powerful brand that’s about to get a whole lot more interesting.”

This multi-platform approach will continue with National Geographic’s upcoming slate of premium programming which includes:

Continent 7 – Antarctica
Six different teams of scientists, each studying different areas and aspects of Antarctica arrive on the continent after years in the planning and millions of dollars of expense. The continent is home to the coldest, windiest, driest conditions on the planet and without Scott Base, the hub of Antarctica New Zealand’s missions, these teams couldn’t survive.

Hosted by Jason Silva, Origins will chronicle the spectacular story of how modern-day humankind took shape. Moving backward in time, starting from present day until we arrive at the beginning, the series will focus on the influence that one relationship — such as man and fire, man and war, man and tools — has had on history and the world.

Starring Geoffrey Rush, Johnny Flynn and Emily Watson, Genius charts how Albert Einstein – an imaginative, rebellious patent clerk, who couldn’t get a teaching job or a doctorate – unlocked the mysteries of the atom and the universe. Each episode will explore Einstein’s extraordinary scientific achievements, along with his volatile, passionate and complex personal relationships.

Hosted by Richard Bacon before a live studio audience, Explorer presents a mix of entertaining, illuminating and surprising investigative stories from all over the world, along with in-depth interviews and provocative roundtable discussions.

Story of God Season 2
Returning for a second season, Morgan Freeman once again takes viewers on a trip around the world to explore different cultures and religions on the ultimate quest to uncover the meaning of life, God and all the questions in between.

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