NSR's re-brand: Red is the new orange

NSR's Head of News reveals the radio's 2022 re-brand.

Kayleigh Fraser
17th February 2022
NSR are having a refresh for 2022. Image Credit: www.thisisnsr.co.uk
New year, new NSR. The NSR executive committee have revealed their new vision for our student radio's future.

Sometimes it just feels good to make a change. When I joined NSR back in October 2021, one of the things committee chatted about was a re-brand. Changing the colour of the logo felt like a logical step in improving the quality of the station. Plus, orange was getting old.

Following the student radio awards back in November, we as a team felt very strongly about getting our brand out there and improving the great stations and community that we already have here at Newcastle.

"The red just made sense to us." Station Manager Izzy Ellis said. "Myself and the rest of the committee all agreed it was time for a change and red was the colour that completed our vision for the future."

That's not all that's new. We now have an in-studio iPad that any presenters can use to post on our socials and promote their shows. Don't forget SRA Con that's coming up, too. Anyone that volunteers to help us gets a free ticket to the conference. That includes a 3 course meal, and the ability to network with the biggest names in the radio industry.

Interested? Email Izzy Ellis at nnsrsm@newcastle.ac.uk

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AUTHOR: Kayleigh Fraser
Campus Comment Sub Editor for 2021/22 and Head of News at NSR. English Literature Student heavily obsessed with politics, bath and body works and making positive change. Also slightly infatuated with iced coffee, guinea pigs, my dog and binging The Simpsons.

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