Just look for a square in the top-left corner of the front of the box with "PBS VIDEO" below a P-head. Availability: Currently in use on most PBS first-run shows. In the latter case, this logo even replaces the NET and 1970 PBS logos on the respective episodes! This could also be seen on various episodes of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood from 1974-1980 on Twitch.tv, its first appearance being on Episode # 1362. 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. The logo was designed by Telezign. On superimposed footage of fireworks, two CGI P-Heads (blue and red) appears from off-screen. This logo was brought back by PBS as the logo for their "PBS Digital Studios" YouTube channel. 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. But it would somewhat change with the next logo ... 2nd Logo Cowboy Hat: The young man from the "Generations" variant is dancing with his cowboy hat; a close-up of him wearing it; and finally he briefly tosses it at the camera and giggles (David Kaye: "I'm PBS." Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The USA Home Video / International Video Entertainment release of the Hollywood Television Theater episode "The Andersonville Trial" also has this, as do the VHS and DVD of The Scarlet Letter and a DVD for KERA's coverage of the 1981 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. At first, they wanted it to be "PBS" with stars on it, then the letters "PBS" with a star-shaped vortex next to it and finally, a falcon with a "PBS" -shaped neck. (October 5, 1970-Summer 1971) The background is used in four different colors: blue, green, orange, and magenta. Was seen on 1994-1996 (seasons 19-21) episodes of Austin City Limits, and 1993-1996 (seasons 13-15) episodes of MotorWeek. A groovy country-style version of the music is played on a bass). This appeared at the start of most PBS Home Video releases from Turner Home Entertainment in the mid-'90s. Great CGI animation. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. There is another non-animated variant which is adapted from the 2004 PBS Distribution logo, which is normally shortened except before PBS NewsHour. 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. (September 18, 1989-July 31, 1994) Clips from episodes are shown together over the orange background before the PBS logo appears as usual. According to YouTuber Aspergian, there was a Christmas variant that played in between programs during the holidays. 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. Seen on PBS Home Video and DVD releases from Warner Home Video, such as The Secret Life of the Brain. The music is fairly dramatic and the logo does not give much warning to its appearance, so some may be startled by it, but it's much tamer than the previous logo because of the use of acoustic instruments instead of synths. 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." When "PBS HOME VIDEO" ("PBS DVD" on DVD releases) fades in, the P-head circle turns black. After the logo settles in place, the footage fades to black and the text "PBS" fades in. So your best bets are PBS Home Video releases from the late '90s including Theodore Tugboat and Warner Home Video releases of Teletubbies tapes from 1998-1999 before the logo was retired, the Paramount re-release of "Here Come the Teletubbies" on VHS from 2004 preserves this while the DVD release from that same year has the 3rd logo instead. (Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton), Music/Sounds/Voiceovers: An abridged version of the 2009 CPB logo's music. (Benjamin Diskin: "We are PBS.") It also showed up on the Twitch.tv prints of episodes # 1417 and # 1456 of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. The closing variant was used from 1989-1994. and Reading Rainbow. Cheesy Factor: The logo is too plain. In 2011, PBS formed a joint venture with WGBH Educational Foundation to expand their distribution operations, forcing PBS Home Video to sever their ties with Paramount, as well as merging their home video unit with WGBH Home Video, resulting in the creation of PBS Distribution. Music/Sounds: A funky drum/bass riff with a light "ding", followed by a mellow synth remix of the 7th PBS logo's music. Also appears on Big Pacific and Great Yellowstone Thaw. The camera zooms into the pupil and the normal animation begins. (Lauren Tom: "I am PBS." Don't expect to see this on the half-hour behind-the-scenes special Inside Mercy Street. On Bluegrass Underground, this fades in and out. Man in blue shirt; same acrobats from 1st variant. It also showed up on the Twitch.tv prints of episodes # 1417 and # 1456 of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. 72 Pages. The people faces were captured on October 19, 1992; the actual logo was filmed two days later. Logo: The blue variant for the custom version of the 9th PBS logo is used. A funky hip-hop version of the music is used.) Sometimes, it's worded as "You're watching History's Best on PBS". Noods: The 2 noods was disguised complete. This may plaster earlier PBS logos on Time-Life Video releases of Nature, including "Forest in the Sea" which preserves its original WNET logo. An abstract-cut green S appears to the right of the B and black dots appear twice as well, the latter dot coinciding with the text "SERVICE" appearing below the "BROADCASTING". Instead of the URL, the text below the PBS circle read "Stay curious. A variant exists with the piece colored red. This version was also used for high definition programming. There is no voice-over. Symphony: A symphony orchestra performs the tune. Background: PBS Home Video was founded in the 1980's to distribute their programs on home media. Acrobats jump from all directions off the circle. Generations: A mother holds her baby; an old man smiling; a young man takes off his cowboy hat. Also, this logo plastered the 1993 logo on some prints of PBS Kids programs, however other prints used the 1993 logo until 2002. Then "Seasons Greetings" writes out in cursive, with the candles then dissolving into the "PBS" from the normal logo but the P-Head is wearing a Santa Claus hat. 10th Logo FX/SFX: The computer effects used to shrink the acrobats and superimpose them around the circle. part of a series of architectural documentaries hosted by David Macaulay, even though earlier installments had this (and the earlier logo, in the case of Castle) plastered with the 1992 logo in the same reissue of the series. Barney is of course, the famous big purple dinosaur who sings and dances. Music / Sounds: A majestic piano chord, followed by six string pizzicato tones, and then a softer version of the piano chord. (Jeremy Shada: "I am PBS." Typical early 2000's animation. You can watch it here. 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: 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. Below is the URL "pbs.org/arts" and, to the right, the Twitter hashtag "#PBSarts". This logo is a favorite of many, 3rd Logo Availability: Seen on Pennsylvania Ballet Celebrates 50 Years. (June 20, 2017- ). Availability: Rare. Big Dreams: Seen at the end of Charlie Rose: The Week, The Brain with David Eagleman, and Jackie Robinson. Inside the P-Head are transparent images of two globes, a feather and a telescope. You may spot it at the end of some Reading Rainbow tapes of the time. 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. For its last year, it was used in tandem with the next logo, appearing on Healing and the Mind with Bill Moyers, The American Experience, most 24th season episodes of Sesame Street, some 11th season episodes of Nature, all 20th season episodes of Nova , all 2nd season episodes of Lamb Chop's Play-Along, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego ?, and many early-to-mid-'90s reruns of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. There was another version with a voice-over saying "The following PBS show is closed captioned". Logo: Against a white background, objects resembling glass curtains part, revealing the Circle P-Head with "PBS | ARTS" to the right. The variants are used randomly, as with the previous logos, on many programs, including Nova, Austin City Limits, This Old House, MotorWeek, and The Woodwright's Shop; however, on certain programs you can always expect to see the following variants: The logo can be found on the DVD sets The Best of the Electric Company and Sesame Street: Old School. 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. "PBS arts", with PBS in magenta, fades in within the orange circle, and the Circle P-Head forms itself to the left. This was used for program breaks. The Christmas variant is long extinct and currently cannot be found, but there is proof of it existing (see above). Availability: Uncommon. Availability: Uncommon. Daddy and Son: A dad and his little boy are holding guitars; a close-up of them playing; and the dad and son on a playground swing (Kyle Eastwood): “We are PBS.” The music is arranged as horn-spiked guitar-rock). Availability: Current. (November 2, 1998-September 25, 2002) The text has been modified a bit after the past 18 years. Logo: The camera tracks through a colorful environment full of decorations and 2D sculptures of various performers. Basketball: We see a facial close-up of the man in a wheelchair from "Activities"; he plays with his basketball; then we see him on the left smiling ("I am PBS." Generic: Sometimes, there is no live action footage; instead the logo is placed on a custom background with bubbles. On some shows, an announcer says, "You're watching PBS". This appeared at the start of most PBS Home Video releases from Turner Home Entertainment in the mid-'90s. On home video, this appears on the Ken Burns documentary Not for Ourselves Alone. PBSHV went through a slew of distributors, such as Pacific Arts (1989-1994), Turner Home Entertainment (1994-1997), Warner Home Video (1997-2004), and Paramount Home Entertainment (2004-2011). Otherwise, it looks nice (contrary to its first nickname, it was not computer animated, it was created on film with models; the P-Heads were frosted glass and the "PBS" text was rotated with rostrums). PBS SUMMER OF ADVENTURE Logo: On a computer-generated sky background, a person standing to the left covers his or her head with a black circle with the PBS P-Head on it in white. Michael's Refurbished CLG Wiki. On DVD, it appears on episodes of The American Experience from the era. Additionally, the vocals "And on ... And on ...." variant may surprise you. It also showed up on the Twitch.tv prints of episodes # 1417 and # 1456 of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Family Viewing: A family is looking through a telescope at the stars in the sky. On PBS Home Video VHS releases from Paramount that don't have the "Feature Presentation" ID at the beginning, such as Caillou: Caillou at Play, this screen fades in. Barney and Friends is a favorite amoung children and parents alike. Though PBS officially went on the air on October 5, 1970, the logo itself actually debuted just over a month earlier, on the Grateful Dead concert program Calebration. Other programs where it plastered earlier logos in the early '90s include Dinner at Julia's, French in Action, and Reading Rainbow. Logo descriptions and captures by AsdfTheRevival, Eric S. and wisp2007 Editions by Emini4 and' LJVborgSuperSet Background: Launched on September 1, 1988, PBS was the successor to two prior special programming services operated by various Engilsh cable companies beginning in the late 1970s. 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. On Mister Rogers Neighborhood episode 1250, the normal theme plays. Logo: On a white background, historic images zoom out and black numbers zoom in. This variant was retired following Ifill's death in November 2016. part of a series of architectural documentaries hosted by David Macaulay, even though earlier installments had this (and the earlier logo, in the case of Castle) plastered with the 1992 logo in the same reissue of the series. FX/SFX: The Mercy Street title and PBS logo appearing. Availability: Extinct. Availability: Scarce. But it may be annoying to those disgusted by both major political party candidates chosen for president in 2016. In front of it, there is a golden ribbon that says "HAPPY - FACE" and below that is text that says "HOME VIDEO". 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 !!". PBSHV went through a slew of distributors, such as Pacific Arts (1989-1994), Turner Home Entertainment (1994-1997), Warner Home Video (1997-2004), and Paramount Home Entertainment (2004-2011). Small circles form "pbs.org" below in a white calibri font. This appeared at the start of an hour-long Bluegrass Underground special, though the regular logo appeared at the end. How Difficult Can This Be ?, and Nature, among other programs. First, put the captain america disguise, then put the mario disguise and finally all 2 noods disguises completed. It allegedly first appeared on The Dinosaurs: The Monsters Emerge, broadcast on November 22, 1992. It also appears on a few episodes of American Experience released on home video at the time. The Christmas variant is long extinct and currently cannot be found, but there is proof of it existing (see above). Nicknames: "Gold Circle", "Gold Circle PBS P-Head", "PBS P-Head VII", "Circle PBS P-Head II" Scare Factor: Low. Used in the opening or the ending for some PBS VHS videos. Music/Sounds/Voice-over: A 5-note tune, created by music company Expansion Team. Variants: On the still version, the same music, as in the ident's original version, is used. 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. This could also be seen on various episodes of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood from 1974-1980 on Twitch.tv, its first appearance being on Episode # 1362. 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". Most visited articles. The anniversary specials for KPTS and KVIE also had this logo, but, the logo just "pops" up one letter at a time in KPTS '40th anniversary special, while a still logo can be seen in KVIE's 50th anniversary special. The scope of programs on which this logo appeared was widened by March 1993; until then, the only other known programs where this logo had appeared were Charlie Rose and Masterpiece Theater. Activities: A man sits with a pile of books, a woman takes a picture of flowers with her camera; a young man in a wheelchair; catches a soccer ball; a man plays with his dog; a young woman hula-hoops. A silent version was used on VHS releases of Barney & Friends season 1 episodes. On the series premiere of Square One TV, after the logo forms, the P-head and letters multiply off into the distance, with voice-overs singing "and on ... and on ... and on ..." (taken from a song from the episode) until it fades. 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) Generic (Magenta): Seen at the end of Charlie Rose, Point Taken, and Call the Midwife, and in rotation on Vicious. No lines streak across the screen; therefore it is a still version of the ident. Music / Sounds / Voice-over: A long held-out string note combined with synth bells played on a Roland D-50 using the Fantasia preset and chimes, followed by an announcer (Irish actor Liam Neeson, who played Qui-Gon Jinn from Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, Bryan Mills from Taken, Bad Cop / Good Cop from The Lego Movie and Henri Ducard / Ra's al Ghul in the Dark Knight trilogy) saying "This is PBS". Public Affairs: A variant appears on episodes of Frontline and Washington Week, as well as on the special America After Charleston. This still appears on Workplace Essential Skills if your station is broadcasting it. For its last year, it was used in tandem with the next logo, appearing on Healing and the Mind with Bill Moyers, The American Experience, most 24th season episodes of Sesame Street, some 11th season episodes of Nature, all 20th season episodes of Nova , all 2nd season episodes of Lamb Chop's Play-Along, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego ?, and many early-to-mid-'90s reruns of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Music/Sounds/Voiceovers: A new-age rock tune. The music was composed by Peter Fish, who has also done music for CBS News. Music / Sounds / Voice-over: A funky piano and choir boogie tune, followed by an announcer (Chris Murney, the voice of Elisha Hunt Rhodes in Ken Burns' The Civil War) who says "This is PBS." Red And Blue Films (UK) Winched Studios (Nepal) ... Search for "Home video" Trending pages. (October 1, 1984-September 30, 1990). Public Broadcasting Service - CLG Wiki, Nicknames: "Circle P-Heads", "PBS P-Head VI", "Circle PBS P-Head". Then the words "dissolve" away and the Be More PBS logo animates. 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. There is a 1990 Just Watch Us Now ident where we zoom out of the P-Head made of glass with light rays coming out of the P-Head's eye. Gamers: We see a dexter plays baseball we got a ball, bate and hand baseball. It first appeared on Jude the Obscure, broadcast as part of Masterpiece Theater between October 3 and November 7, 1971. PBS DVD 1998–2009. Man in dark blue shirt; same acrobats from 1st variant. Composed by Jonathan Elias. 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. We Interrupt This Week Variant: High to nightmare. At the end of some tapes, the regular long music played with no voice-over. Closing Logos Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. The end variant uses the same opening melody, but ends with two piano/flute notes. Music/Sounds: Same as on the Frontline variant of the 2002 PBS logo. On one Saturday Night Live sketch from the '80s, which parodies a PBS show, a still 3D-rendered variant was used. On Carrier, the voice-over says “This show will return in a moment over most of these local stations. Logo: On a black background, a blue P-head appears on the upper-mid screen, facing from the right side, instead of the right side. Though the logo officially ended on September 27, 2009, this continued to appear on Nightly Business Report until March 26, 2010, and on Charlie Rose, as late as 2011. 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. This is the PBS warning scroll on releases distributed by Pacific Arts. 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. 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