A new SKAO brand was launched in April 2021 and the former SKA brand, which remains protected, has been phased out. All brand guidelines and further information on the new brand is available via this link.
The SKA and SKAO logos are protected and may not be used or reproduced without prior and individual written consent from the SKAO’s Communications team.
To request permission to use the logo, please email email@example.com indicating your reasons (what, where, when, why, etc.).
Previous permission to use the logo does not grant permission to use in other circumstances and use should be requested again.
Other multimedia content
SKAO images and videos may be reproduced on a non-exclusive basis without fee according to the conditions outlined below, with the exception of content labelled All Rights Reserved, which may not be reproduced without written permission under any circumstances.
To request permission to use content marked All Rights Reserved, please email William Garnier, Director of Communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SKAO stills and videos (except those labelled All Rights Reserved) are copyright protected on behalf of the SKAO and are released under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
- The image credit must be clearly visible as the source of the image material;
- SKAO materials, images and videos may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by the SKAO of a commercial product, process or service;
- SKAO disclaims any and all liability arising from the use of the image material;
- If an image includes an identifiable person, using that image for commercial purposes may infringe that person’s right of privacy, and separate permission should be obtained from the individual.
By reproducing SKAO still images or broadcasting or copying SKAO videos, in part or in full, the user acknowledges the terms on which such use is permitted.
The use of the logo and imagery is governed by brand guidelines which all users must adhere to. Please note the SKA Organisation brand has been phased out but still remains protected. Information on the SKAO’s new brand is available via this link.