The logo and iconography for the program are meant to be a mixture of old world media and new world media combined.
The main logo has the shape/imagery of an iPhone but the text is that of a typewriter and handwritten so it captures that combo. The colors are all grayscale and black/white.
Main imagery: horizontal iPhone outline (WHITE) with “Heard in the Headlines” (BLACK) on the screen
FONT: "heard" and "headlines" in a traditional typewriter font.
"in the" in a smaller font and something cursive and handwritten looking.
If we can have a square graphic that has this same aesthetic that has just “H in the H” to be used for profile pictures and the like that would be awesome.
The sponsor of this podcast is a law firm and attached is their logo which uses pillars as the basis of the H. Could we possible have an allusion to this image and make the “H” in her look like the key of the typewriter kinda double clicked and thus caused the H to shift slightly? So it looks like a little typewriter error but is just a subtle graphic hint? Hope that makes sense in my explanation.
Also if we could get an image that is a Birdseye view of a typewriter keyboard with an iPhone sitting adjacent to it. the keys don’t have their traditional keyboard set up but instead, say Heard In The Headlines, or the phone is incorporated into the word portion also. Again, mixing new and old media motifs for the imagery.