This is the last logo that used the words "This Is PBS". Much like HBO and their famed "In Space" opening, this logo also had its own mini-documentary detailing the making of it. (September 26, 2002-January 9, 2011) PBS (2001)PBS (2001) ["Stay Curious"]. Scare Factor: Minimal. Nicknames: "PBS P-Head", "The Tri-Colored Everyman P-Heads", "The Tri-Colored PBS Logo", "The Tri-Heads from / of Hell / Doom". The rest of the animation proceeds to this logo starting with lines wiping the word "PBS". On home video, the "man in gold shirt" variant appeared on An Ice Cream Show, and the "woman in blue shirt" variant appeared on Great Old Amusement Parks. However, there is no music for this logo. There is also a silent variant as well for this variation. On We Interrupt This Week, a short-lived game show produced for PBS by WNET in 1978, the regular music was replaced by a male choir singing very loudly, "Happy birthday to you !!". 6th Logo Once again, the announcer says "This is PBS". Add new page. (September 18, 1989-July 31, 1994) This logo can usually be found on reruns and some PBS Home Video tapes (mainly the ones that use the Warner Home Video logo instead of the PBS Home Video logo) such as An Ice Cream Show. FX/SFX: The animation, the zoom out, and the letters turning. Cheesy Factor: The zoom-out and animation look sped up. Background: PBS Home Video was founded in the 1980's to distribute their programs on home media. Availability: Seen on old PBS Arts programs. Music/Sounds: A Latino-flavored fanfare with a choir and strings. One program on which this logo appeared was American High. Inspirations: A frankie are makes the dance please don't go girl on the headphones, taking a photos with a logos and frankie dancing black and white. This was used for program breaks. Woman in red shirt; same acrobats from 3rd variant. Some tapes lack the announcer. The Christmas variant is long extinct and currently cannot be found, but there is proof of it existing (see above). Availability: Currently in use on most PBS first-run shows. Otherwise may cause possible boredom. Mouth Music had an acapella version of the logo's music. Dancers: A jojo siwa makes a dance spinning playing, make the microphone with the experiment and playing tennis cord with numbuh 1 and shy guy. 72 Pages. IT IS ALSO EXTREMELY LOUD! This logo was also parodied in the Family Guy S1 episode "The Son Also Draws", where it is already formed and is still, not to mention it is in B&W and is crudely drawn and the P-Head is facing the opposite direction. The music is given a “Baroque” arrangement Piano: A monkey touch the piano with a keywords; touch 9 music notes, and finally monkey we play the piano ended. Trivia: This was based on a 1994 rebranding of PBS produced by PMcD Design; this rebranding would gradually be adopted by many PBS stations over the ensuing years, including WSJK / WKOP, WNET, and WVIZ. 9th Logo The text "PBS" appears below in a slab serif font, which was designed specifically for PBS called "ITC Lubalin Graph Bold". Music/Sounds/Voiceovers: A new-age rock tune. A special variant of this was used on a S8 Saturday Night Live episode hosted by Robert Blake that aired on November 13, 1982, right before a spoof of a PBS commercial. Logo descriptions by Nicholas Aczel, Kris Starring, Ryan Froula and iLogoMaster An abstract-cut orange B appears to the right of the P-Head, and two black dots appear in the B, the latter dot coinciding with the text "BROADCASTING" appearing below the "PUBLIC". The weird music and fast pace of the logo might catch some off guard, but otherwise it's harmless. There is an early version of this warning which has the same text as the last warning. FX / SFX: The P-head folding, and the lines wiping. It can be seen on tapes with the 90th Anniversary Feature Presentation logo. Nicknames: "Reliable, Balanced, Real", "The Only Good Part of 2016's Election", "Shinier Than Both Turds", Music/Sounds: A soft fanfare, with a male voiceover saying, "Reliable. This is the wiki from the original logo authority that discusses all production logos, including closing logos, film/movie logos, home entertainment logos, video game logos, and much, much more as well! ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________, Nicknames: "Be More", "Be More, PBS", "PBS P-Head IV", "Circle PBS P-Head III". Availability: Appeared on election-themed programs in 2016. For its first year, it was used in tandem with the previous logo, appearing on some episodes of Nature (starting in its 11th season), Sesame Street (particularly late in the 24th season), and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (mainly episodes that premiered in 1993 as well as some mid-'90s reruns of older programs) as well as all third-season episodes of Shining Time Station, 1993 episodes of Newton's Apple, and the earliest nationally-broadcast episodes of Charlie Rose, among others. Music/Sounds/Voice-over: A majestic orchestral tune. Category:Home Video Companies | Michael's Refurbished CLG Wiki | Fandom. Music / Sounds / Voice-over Variants: On the blue variant, one of two tunes was used: In 2008, HIT Entertainmentsolelyproduced the show until its original conclusion in 2010. Man in gold shirt; female acrobats with orange do a backflip. Trivia: Perhaps due to its appeal to a variety of audiences for the network, this is PBS's second longest-lasting ID, after their Everymen logo. It also appears on a few episodes of American Experience released on home video at the time. The word "PBS" then changes to the URL "pbs.org". They also used the colors red, white, blue, gold, teal & shocking pink in the original ideas, but they didn't look quite right. Music/Sounds/Voiceovers: A solemn yet uplifting four-note brass piece which sounds almost like the first three notes of "Taps". A slightly longer version of the blue variant, usually shown before the 7PM broadcast of The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, uses the second half of the CPB / Viewers Like You music of the era. This includes VHS tapes comprising of episodes from the 1986 My Little Ponycartoon. For its first year, it was used in tandem with the previous logo, appearing on some episodes of Nature (starting in its 11th season), Sesame Street (particularly late in the 24th season), and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (mainly episodes that premiered in 1993 as well as some mid-'90s reruns of older programs) as well as all third-season episodes of Shining Time Station, 1993 episodes of Newton's Apple, and the earliest nationally-broadcast episodes of Charlie Rose, among others. Availability: Extinct. For its first year, it was used in tandem with the previous logo, appearing on some episodes of Nature (starting in its 11th season), Sesame Street (particularly late in the 24th season), and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (mainly episodes that premiered in 1993 as well as some mid-'90s reruns of older programs) as well as all third-season episodes of Shining Time Station, 1993 episodes of Newton's Apple, and the earliest nationally-broadcast episodes of Charlie Rose, among others. (Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton), Music/Sounds/Voiceovers: An abridged version of the 2009 CPB logo's music. The block was launched as PTV on September 10, 1993, to repackage PBS' existing children's programming. Young People: A teenage girl presses her hands on her boyfriend's cheeks and gives him a kiss; a mother plays with her baby's feet; a dad and his little boy are holding guitars; mom and daughter are side by side; a mom runs pulling a red wagon holding her two little girls (Edie Mirman: “We are PBS”). Was seen on 1996-1998 (seasons 16-17) episodes of MotorWeek, and 1997-1998 (seasons 22-23) episodes of Austin City Limits. The kid looks through an astronaut helmet. On DVD, it appears on episodes of The American Experience from the era. Also seen on a few PBS Home Video tapes of the era. 90s reruns of older programs) as well as all third-season episodes of Shining Time Station, 1993 episodes of Newton's Apple, and the earliest nationally-broadcast episodes of Charlie Rose, among others. The dark vibe of the logo may get to some, but the music and animation are cleaner this time. 1st Logo (January 3, 1982-October 12, 1986) Logo: Just a still of a circle with a P-Head and its split with "PBS", and a circle with the eye with "CBS" and "Home Video" at the bottom. This is the Home Entertainment section of the CLG Wiki. This logo's music was composed by Paul Alan Levi. Variant: An abbreviated version appears at the end of programs. The parody 3D variant can be seen on Saturday Night Live: The Best of Phil Hartman on VHS and DVD. Logo: On a black background, a CGI window appears with a birds-eye view of the earth, a plastic globe spinning on the top right, and a telescope rotating on the bottom left. The DVD of Zoom: Back to the 70s has this logo and the original WGBH Logo. It may appear on PBS programs from 2000-2001 if your station has older prints. It made a surprise appearance on Milwaukee Public TV's 50th anniversary special. Below is the URL "pbs.org/arts" and, to the right, the Twitter hashtag "#PBSarts". NET / PBS - CLG WikiNET / PBS - CLG WikiNET / PBS - CLG WikiPBS (2003) NET / PBS - CLG WikiPublic Broadcasting Service - CLG WikiPublic Broadcasting Service - CLG WikiNET / PBS - CLG WikiPublic Broadcasting Service - CLG WikiPBS (2002, Basketball) PBS (2002, Activities) Be More PBS Logos - CLG Wiki, Nicknames: "Be More", "We Are PBS", "I Am PBS", "PBS P-Head VIII", "Circle PBS P-Head III", "The Sienna Curtains". This logo is a favorite of many, 3rd Logo The DVD of Zoom: Back to the 70s has this logo and the original WGBH Logo. This logo can usually be found on reruns and some PBS Home Video tapes (mainly the ones that use the Warner Home Video logo instead of the PBS Home Video logo) such as An Ice Cream Show. Also made a sneak appearance on a few 1977-82-era episodes of The Dick Cavett Show on DECADES. It's also preserved on episodes of The MacNeil / Lehrer NewsHour on DVD. Also made a sneak appearance on a few 1977-82-era episodes of The Dick Cavett Show on DECADES. Active Video, Air Home Video, All Seasons Entertainment, American Video, Brentwood Communications, Champion Video … broadcast as part of Masterpiece Theater between October 3 and November 7, 1971. FX/SFX: The circle zooming out, the numbers zooming and transforming. Scare Factor: Minimal. Availability: Seen during the 2014-2015 PBS Arts season. Inside the P-Head are transparent images of two globes, a feather and a telescope. This version was also used for high definition programming. A filmed variant exists. Art Interacts: Seen at the end of American Masters, some Secrets of Britain specials, some first-season episodes of A Chef's Life, and recent rebroadcasts of A Program About Unusual Buildings and Other Roadside Stuff, and in rotation on Vicious. FX / SFX: The "P" Circle easing back and vanishing. For its first year, it was used in tandem with the previous logo, appearing on some episodes of Nature (starting in its 11th season), Sesame Street (particularly late in the 24th season), and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (mainly episodes that premiered in 1993 as well as some mid-'90s reruns of older programs) as well as all third-season episodes of Shining Time Station, 1993 episodes of Newton's Apple, and the earliest nationally-broadcast episodes of Charlie Rose, among others. This is the PBS warning scroll on releases distributed by Pacific Arts. Availability: No longer current, but it's still common, generally being preserved on reruns of older PBS programming, including the specials Lawrence Welk: Milestones and Memories, where it plasters the previous logo, and Welk Stars Through the Years. Actions: A frankie dances please don't go girl, the japanese 3 kids walking, playing basketball, and numbuh 5 smiling. The DVD of Zoom: Back to the 70s has this logo and the original WGBH Logo. Availability: Extinct. during a transition to or from Daylight Savings Time, or late at night on KET2, broadcasts promos and interstitials from the standard PBS feed at any time for whatever reason). PBS Kids is a programming block and serves as the brand for most of the children's programming aired by the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the United States, established as part of PBS' "Ready To Learn" Initiative. Logo: Against an orange background, we see the PBS circle in a light yellow color with the P head being the same orange color as the background. Welcome to the original forum dedicated to the ultimate artform of the entertainment industry -- the production company logo! Additionally, the vocals "And on ... And on ...." variant may surprise you. (October 1, 1984-September 30, 1990). Was seen on 1994-1996 (seasons 19-21) episodes of Austin City Limits, and 1993-1996 (seasons 13-15) episodes of MotorWeek. However, DVD releases and streaming have made it easier to find. Generations: A mother holds her baby; an old man smiling; a young man takes off his cowboy hat. This logo was brought back by PBS as the logo for their "PBS Digital Studios" YouTube channel. There is also a variant that exists with Lauren Bacall saying, "You are watching PBS." Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Noods: The 2 noods was disguised complete. Not to mention the quality is also pretty bad, but considering only one video of the logo exists (save for the Calebration variant), a HQ one might still exist. Man in orange-tan shirt; same acrobats from 3rd variant. As with the blue variant of the previous logo, this was used as the national network ID on the satellite feed. Just look for a square in the top-left corner of the front of the box with "PBS VIDEO" below a P-head. Scare Factor: Low. PBS Home Video 1989–1998. Availability: Uncommon. It might surprise you the first time you see it, but it's harmless, and it's rather interesting to see stuff in the P-Head. Music / Sounds / Voice-over Variant: On Calebration, the opening theme plays over this logo, and there is no announcer. It was likely seen on the fourth season of Mister Roger's Neighborhood and the second season of Sesame Street, but modern prints have featured either the 1971 or 1989 logo. A funky hip-hop version of the music is used.) This is a result of a bad plaster. Suddenly, the PBS logo appears with "Be More" on the left and "PBS" on the right. Photo Album: A man and his grandson are looking at old pictures of their African ancestors in a scrapbook. The music is orchestrated in a hard rock version. Mouth Music Variant: None to medium. Being the national station ID shown on the satellite feed, the blue logo remained in use for a while longer. Cheesy Factor: Really choppy, limited animation. PBS Distribution (PBSd), formerly known as PBS Ventures, PBS Home Video, and Public Media Distribution, is the home video distribution unit of American television network PBS.The company releases and sells home videos of PBS series and movies and PBS Kids series in various formats.. PBS owns more than 350 television stations today, mostly owned by educational institutions. Strange Recipe: A storekeeper recommends a pineapple to his supermarket's customer. First, we see her riding on a scooter, then smiling at the camera wearing a picture hat, and finally we see her spinning in her dress as she does in the "Performers" variant, but closer to the right of the screen so we see the logo animating ("I am PBS"). On the same background as the CPB logo of the time but darker, we see the words "Perspective. The camera sees the violin, bass clarinet, marimba, cymbal and tuba. A reggaeton version of the music is used.) Music/Sounds/Voice-over: A futuristic choir tune with an announcer saying "This is History's Best on PBS". First, put the captain america disguise, then put the mario disguise and finally all 2 noods disguises completed. Also appears on many a My Music special, including Summer, Surf & Beach Music We Love. In the mid-'90s, it became the chief means of logo plastering for PBS, appearing on newer prints of Castle, Cathedral, Eyes on the Prize, How Difficult Can This Be ?, and Nature, among other programs. The music is orchestrated either with the standard strings-and-keyboard arrangement (for the blue version) or with a classical guitar/harp (for the magenta version). A female voiceover says, "Think Wednesday, think PBS.". The logo was designed by Telezign. The two largest shareholders … This was used in lieu of the 7th logo on a short-lived programming block called "History's Best". We are PBS. He recalls that it consisted of three thick candles on a dining room table in the colors of the letters with possibly a Christmas tree with presents in the background. Was seen on 1985-1989 (seasons 10-14) episodes of Austin City Limits, and 1984-1989 (seasons 4-8) episodes of MotorWeek. Closing Logo Group Wikia is a FANDOM TV Community. Also, throughout the ident, different things happen in the background: On all ten variants, there are tiny superimposed silhouettes of people flying in a circle behind the acrobats. Availability: Brand new. Also, this logo plastered the 1993 logo on some prints of PBS Kids programs, however other prints used the 1993 logo until 2002. Music / Sounds / Voice-over: A new age tune with guitars and flutes, followed by a female announcer (the late Lauren Bacall) who says "This is PBS.". Flute: This variant features the 3 japanese kids from "Actions". A flute version of the music is used.) They even thought of making the "PBS" logo you see above in the same color scheme as the Star-Spangled Banner at first when they showed this idea to them (some of the logos mentioned make appearances in a late 1980s PBS promo using Lionel Richie's Say You, Say Me as its jingle.) Appeared on The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, among other election-themed programs in 2004. Nicknames: "Transparent Blue P-Head on Video", "PBS P-Head". Then the words "TV WORTH WATCHING" zooms out, and goes to the bottom left. Availability: Same as before. Wikis. Availability: Seen at the end of The Mystery of Matter, as well as first-run episodes of Earth's Natural Wonders, Nova, and The Brain with David Eagleman. And on the rest, there are silhouettes of people tip-toeing in an oval (a circle on the widescreen version) around the person. Big Dreams: Seen at the end of Charlie Rose: The Week, The Brain with David Eagleman, and Jackie Robinson. Culturally and generationally diverse people are employed in the variants, each giving different performances on-camera. It also showed up on the Twitch.tv prints of episodes # 1417 and # 1456 of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. The "PBS" Text is also colored purple. Watch your favorite PBS shows online, free and on-demand, including full episodes of Masterpiece, Frontline, NOVA, Antiques Roadshow and more. Family Viewing: Seen at the end of Hometime, some first-season episodes of A Chef's Life, some Secrets of Britain specials, Carol Burnett's Favorite Sketches, and recent rebroadcasts of the original version of Great Old Amusement Parks. (Summer 1971-September 29, 1985). Nicknames: "Split Profile", "The Everyman / Everyperson P", "PBS P-Head II", "The Split". First seen on Hamilton's America. You may spot it at the end of some Reading Rainbow tapes of the time. An extended variant begins on a blue background with a darker blue P head. Custom Barney Magazines (SuperMalechi's version) The Adventures of Barney and Thomas the Tank Engine (SuperMalechi's version) Dinosaur Costumes (Custom Barney Wiki's SuperMalechi's version) Scare Factor: None. But it would somewhat change with the next logo ... 2nd Logo First, we see touch the flute; then the 3 japanese kids walking with a flute, and finally the japanese 3 kids show ended. Nicknames: Logo: Just a black background with the words: stacked on top of each other in red, yellow, and blue. Art Interacts: A man is walking in a street when he encounters a gigantic exotic Pine Green object that looks like a Rubik's-Cube slanted on its corner, which twirls around quite to the man's amusement. Mother and Daughter: A mother and her teenage daughter are seen spinning and dancing; a close-up shot of the daughter kissing her mom; and the two hug (Edie Mirman: "We are PBS." 1998–2004. It last appeared on a rebroadcast of In Performance at the White House honoring songwriters Burt Bacharach and Hal David. Variants: Here are some of the variations that have been seen of late, with a list of the clips in each variant in chronological order: FX/SFX: The Mercy Street title and PBS logo appearing. On DVD, it appears on episodes of The American Experience from the era. The lines from the 1989 PBS logo come from the right side of the screen and go into the P-head's eye, after which the sky background fills the screen and the P-Head reverts to its color from the 1989 TV Ident logo as "PBS HOME VIDEO", in dark electric blue with rippling waves, fades in at the bottom of the screen. Usually, the tune was played in the key of D (G, A, D) on a celesta, followed by a new age rhythmic tune played on a celesta and acoustic guitar. The same still variant, without the announcer, would be substituted in place of the "Viewers Like You" credit on Ken Burns' The West. Observing Child: A boy in a forest-green jacket is walking in a shallow lake with his doodling pad. Real. Like the eighth logo, the same tune is always used, but is rearranged for some variants and has a different voice-over. Logo: The blue variant for the custom version of the 9th PBS logo is used. Availability: Only seen on episodes of POV, Frontline, Nova, Craft in America, and other programs which take a look at the American education system and were broadcast over one week in September 2016. Strange Recipe: Seen at the end of A Chef's Life and The Great British Baking Show. First, a dexter plays baseball with a dee dee; then bat it up and save the ball with hand baseball, and finally dexter and dee dee win the baseball. To the left of the P-Head, the text "PBS" rotates to face the screen. Here's the fake public domain VHS covers from Goodtimes Home Video. It was also seen on some of the earliest known extant episodes of WNET's Soul! On Bluegrass Underground, this fades in and out. Firefighters: A Twigs makes a firefigther tastes tacos with mexican hat, dances breakdance with a headphones and finally playing videogames. Symphony: Seen at the end of PBS Previews, A Capitol Fourth, some current episodes of Austin City Limits, and some Secrets of Britain specials. 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