Pluto TV Gets A New Logo After 4 Years





It has been four years since Pluto TV last updated its logo, and now we are finally getting a new and very different logo. Long gone is the bold white lettering and multi-colored logo. Now, Pluto TV has an all-yellow and black look with a circle around the Pluto part of Pluto TV instead of the TV side.

Here is what the old logo looked like:

Image of the Pluto TV logo.

Here is what the new logo looks like:

This is a small change but comes as Pluto TV has been growing in recent months. Pluto TV is one of the older free ad-supported streaming services. Owned by Paramount it offers a huge catalog of content from Paramount but also over 200 other content partners. Now Pluto TV is one of the most watched free ad-supported streaming services.

Pluto TV is available on a wide range of devices, including Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Google TV, and a host of other devices.

This comes as recently Paramount Global’s streaming division is promoting two executives to new roles at Paramount+ and Pluto TV. 

The changes include Jeff Grossman, who will serve as the new executive vice president of programming for Paramount+, and Amy Kuessner, who will take on the same position at Pluto TV.

Grossman’s previous role was executive vice president of content and business operations at Paramount Streaming. He will oversee the global content strategy for Paramount+. Grossman has been with the company for 15 years, starting as one of the essential team members behind Paramount+. 

Kuessner was the former executive vice president of content strategy and global partnerships for Paramount Streaming, signing the company’s first free ad-supported deals with the NFL, CNN, Scripps, BBC, and AMC Networks. She will head content strategy, curation of free ad-supported channels, and content licensing for Pluto TV.

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