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What font does USA Today use for headlines?
July 27, 2005 7:18 PM   Subscribe

What font does USA Today use for their headlines? For example, "New year, new challenges" in this image: http://www.2001exhibit.org/press/img/usa_today.gif For that matter, what's their logo font?
posted by Zair TL to Computers & Internet (5 answers total)
 
I don't recognize the serif display face offhand. But the font in the logo (also used for san-serif display type) is either Futura or one of its knockoffs (e.g., 20th Century). Looks like Futura Bold Condensed (severely kerned) in the logo itself.
posted by macrone at 7:46 PM on July 27, 2005


Gulliver.
posted by rolypolyman at 7:48 PM on July 27, 2005


For future reference: WhatTheFont.
posted by JPowers at 9:29 PM on July 27, 2005


Google "usa today headline font"
posted by jpburns at 4:33 AM on July 28, 2005


I ran Zair TL's example, after cropping, through WhatTheFont. It came up with some similar fonts, but did not suggest Gulliver, because MyFonts does not sell it.
posted by zsazsa at 5:40 AM on July 28, 2005


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