NPO afraid of claims by burn-screen logos




The director of the NPO warned in an internal memo about the risk that TV owners will claim damages because the brightly colored logos broadcasters burn in television screens. Maybe this would be the logos. Transparent white

Compensation claims are not filed but let NPO director Frans Klein to the AD know that there are complaints about the burning of the logos of Netherlands 1, 2, 3 and Zapp, which are standard in the top right corner of the screen. Klein warns that any claims can be. In millions of euros

To prevent burn logos would be seen to be a half minutes after the start of a program and the end color in the meantime, the logos must remain transparent white, is the plan of the Director. He also mentions the grounds that the logos are too obvious and ‘in your face’.

Especially plasma screens can suffer from burn-in, but this type of fencing is on the wane. OLED screens can suffer from burn-in, but those screens are few to be found in TVs. The more conventional LCDs are much less affected by image retention. The use of transparent logos done in Belgium for some time. That the NPO is not already in action, because the director is only just about says Klein himself. He started in March 2014 in his current position.



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