Brand Resources

These logos and resources are intended for use by Delta Broadcasting staff and approved third parties for all expressions of the Q-TV, Q-90.1 FM, and Delta Broadcasting brands.

All logos are in .png format. Right-click on a logo and choose "Save Image As..." to download it.

For questions or if a different format is needed, please contact Chas Eldridge at (989) 686-9166 or celdridg@delta.edu.

Brand Guide

Full Brand Guide, Revised 2/3/15

Standard Logos

Logos with Delta College Name in White

These logos should be used on backgrounds where the Delta College name will not show up in green.

Logos without Delta College Name

These logos should be used when the logo would be too small to read the Delta College name.

Logos in Black

Use these logos for black and white or monochromatic printing.

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