Description: This is a logo owned by MTV for Teen Mom.
Source: The logo is from the Teen Momwebsite.
Portion used: The entire logo is used to convey the meaning intended and avoid tarnishing or misrepresenting the intended image.
Low resolution?: The logo is of a size and resolution sufficient to maintain the quality intended by the company or organization, without being unnecessarily high resolution.
Purpose of use: The image is placed at the top of the article discussing Teen Mom 2, a subject of public interest. The significance of the logo is to help the reader identify the organization, assure the readers that they have reached the right article containing critical commentary about the organization, and illustrate the organization’s intended branding message in a way that words alone could not convey.
Replaceable? : Because it is a logo there is almost certainly no free equivalent. Any substitute that is not a derivative work would fail to convey the meaning intended, would tarnish or misrepresent its image, or would fail its purpose of identification or commentary.
Other information: Use of the logo in the article complies with non-free content policy, logo guidelines, and fair use under United States copyright law as described above.
This image is a screenshot of a copyrighted television program or station ID. As such, the copyright for it is most likely owned by the company or corporation that produced it. It is believed that the use of a limited number of web-resolution screenshots
* for identification and critical commentary on the station ID or program and its contents
* on the English-language God Issues, hosted on servers in the United States by the non-profit Center for Informed Faith,
qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law. Any other uses of this image, on God Issues or elsewhere, might be copyright infringement.
This is a logo of an organization, item, or event, and is protected by copyright. It is believed that the use of low-resolution images on the English-language God Issues, hosted on servers in the United States by the non-profit Center for Informed Faith, of logos for certain uses involving identification and critical commentary may qualify as fair use under United States copyright law.