Irish language TV station TeilifÃs na Gaeilge is to be renamed TG4 from next month, in a bid to position itself as Ireland’s fourth national channel. Dublin consultancy Dynamo Design has developed new branding for the channel, having worked with it since developing initial branding and on-screen idents in 1996. The current project includes all on- and off-screen applications of the new identity, including vehicle liveries and printed materials.
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