I doubt there will be a release of the logo until the weekend before, like the last relaunch. Or maybe during the promos?
I agree we won't find out about the presentation of the revamped show until closer until the launch. Even though it has not been confirmed by ITV it is more likely that the new show will launch at the end of April after Easter break. This might give them the opportunity to put a positive spin on ratings when it launches (like they did with Daybreak v2).
What will be interesting is the amount of promotion the new show will have. The 2012 re-launch was very low key that it had not significant impact on the viewing figures. They wanted to avoid the over hyped situation of the original launch. However, there is a danger that not enough promotion could be more risky than over promotion.
I think we can all agree content is absolutely key to success. They need to find the right balance between news and current affairs. As others have mentioned, Monday's show was quite cringeworthy, even the Newshour was dominated by the Oscars while the biggest political crisis in Europe is taking place. They were all over the place which sums up ITV's core problem.
They need to manage the change between Daybreak and GMB much better. A lot of people like the core audience are against change so they need some continuity with the presenters. There's still no word on the future of Matt and Ranvir who have been treated like scapegoats. Also, what about John and Helen who seem popular with a lot of viewers.
I think going down a more newsier route is the right thing and many of us have argued for it. But, I've got a feeling they might just repeat the mistakes of 2010. ITV can't really afford to lose any more viewers for example between January and February, Daybreak averaged 579,000 compared to Breakfasts 1.53 million where the gap is growing.