News Crew JNL is a display sans font family. This typeface has two styles and was published by Jeff Levine Fonts.
2 fonts for
Single styles from $29.00
It seems that after the 1960s, very few display typefaces were being produced that had the desirability to transcend generations, as did many type designs of the past.
In 1970, a local television station embraced a lettering style for its logo that was a cross between round point pen nib lettering and the modular, techno look complete with squared characters in a futuristic “space age” style.
News Crew JNL was inspired by the few examples found of this particular font [in use by the station at the time] and was pretty much created from scratch in order to capture the 1970s era of experimental typography. It is available in both regular and oblique versions.