Poll: Pick the Logo for “SoCal Streetsblog TV”

Anyone that’s met Veronica Hernandez knows that our former intern doesn’t do anything half-way. When we asked for her help to plan our social media expansion, she readily answered the call. Part of the project was designing logos for the SoCal Streetsblog TV and SoCal StreetsTube. In typical fashion, she gave us two logos: one uses the Live Stream colors and the other the Streetsblog colors. Yesterday morning, I picked the Live Stream color scheme one because, well, because it arrived in my inbox before the other one.

But, I love reader polls. So, you tell me. Should we switch the Streetsblog TV logo to the gray and orange, or leave it red and black? Poll will close at the Close of Business on Thursday.

Which Logo is best for Streetsblog TV

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