Just like the famous make-believe prefix, 555, if you need a mic flag or block or need a decal for the breaking news van from the nearest make-believe TV outlet, you could come up with your own ... or go to Studio Graphics Inc:
SGI supplies the fake products and graphics for things in television shows and movies almost everyone has seen (isn't it interesting how the Heisler Beer brand has shown up in so many movie worlds?)
SGI's ready-to-go ranges is on this page here. One thing that strikes the eye immediately is how well they've interpreted that "station that could be anywhere" aesthetic. They're very believable broadcast station logos, designed to a sort of banal middle. On an actual TV station, the design would be irritatingly laughable (knocking out the middle, stroking the text, squeezing and squashing the text). But in this range, where the idea is to have a sort of "everywhere/nowhere" look, the result is paradoxically brilliant.
It's easy to hit banal if you aren't aiming for it. It's hard to if you're trying. These people are masters of the form.
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