How to add your logos in NPR One

Your logo can be found in several prominent areas in NPR One to help identify your station in the app. You will need to upload two logos - a large logo and a small logo. Each one is used in different areas of the app.

The large logo appears on the Station Hello card while the Station Hello plays when the app is launched. The large logo is used if there is no image associated with a local story, when a local story surfaces in the flow and does not have an image, the large logo appears on the lock screen instead. 
 
Station Hello Card
Station Hello Card Logo Display
Lock Screen Logo
Station Lock Screen Logo Display
   

The small logo is used on the Profile Screen in NPR One and is also used on the NPR.org website when users localize to your station and the logo is used in the NPR News app.
 
Small Logo on the Profile Screen
 

Preparing Your Two Logos for NPR One

Small Logo

Specifications:

  • Acceptable File Format - .gif
  • 72 dpi (dots per inch)
  • Dimensions: 138 pixels wide  by 46 pixels high
  • Background: your file must have a white background
Please note: Your logo does not need to fill the entire 138 pixels wide  by 46 pixels high space, but should scale to the edge of the canvas on at least one dimension with no whitespace or margins on that side. If your logo doesn't conform to this exact ratio, you can use white space to achieve this logo size.
Learn how to resize your logo for StationConnect.


Uploading the Small Station Logo:

  1. Log into StationConnect.org using the same login information for nprstations.org.
  2. You will see a list of stations assigned to your user on the left.
  3. If you are a member of a station with a network, you will see the parent station account has a small NPR One logo next to it. For your logo to show up for all available stations in your account, you only need to upload your logo in one place - the parent. 
  4. Click on the parent station call letters.
  5. Locate the "General" section at the top of the page
  6. Note: The small station logo must be a 138 pixels wide  by 46 pixels high GIF file
  7.  Click on the “Upload new” button.
  8.  A new window will open and click “Choose File”.
  9.  Select your small station logo file from your computer.
  10. Click “Done”.
  11. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click “Save Changes”.

Preparing Your Large Logo

Specifications:

  • Preferred File Format - .png
  • 72 dpi (dots per inch)
  • Dimensions: 450 pixels wide by 190 pixels high
  • Background: your file must have a transparent background
Please note: Your logo does not need to fill the entire 450 pixels wide  by 190 pixels high space, but should scale to the edge of the canvas on at least one dimension with no whitespace or margins on that side. If your logo doesn't conform to this exact ratio, you can use white space to achieve this logo size.
Learn how to resize your logo for StationConnect.
 

Uploading the Large Station Logo:

  1. Log into StationConnect.org using the same login information for nprstations.org.
  2. You will see a list of stations assigned to your user on the left.
  3. If you are a member of a station with a network, you will see the parent station account has a small NPR One logo next to it. For your logo to show up for all available stations in your account, you only need to upload your logo in one place - the parent.
    1. If you want your logo to be unique for each station listed, click here for advance set up details.  
  4. Click on the parent station call letters.
  5. Scroll down to the "NPR One" section.
  6. Under the NPR One section on the "Settings tab" you will see a space to place a large station logo.
  7. Click the "Upload new" button.
  8. Note: The large NPR ONE station logo must be a 450 pixels wide x 190 pixels high PNG file with a transparent background and exactly 72 dots per inch.
  9. A new window will open and click “Choose File”.
  10.  Select your large station logo file from your computer.
  11. Click “Done”.
  12. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click “Save Changes”.

Having trouble?

Contact Station Relations via email at nprone@ds.npr.org
 

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