From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


A2Z is a Philippine free-to-air broadcast television network. It is a flagship property of ZOE Broadcasting Network in partnership with ABS-CBN Corporation through a blocktime agreement. The network's name is an abbreviation derived from the first letter of the names of its parent companies, ABS-CBN and ZOE and the now-recalled channel frequency number of the former, and stands for English alphabet letters from the first letter A to the last letter Z. A2Z operates daily from 7 am to 11 pm.

ID (October 6, 2020-)

Visuals: On a blue background, a gold bar slides in from the left, which causes bubbles to appear. Then, other gold bars draw themselves to form the letter "A" from ABS-CBN's 2014 wordmark. Another set of gold bars appear and form the number "2". Several gold ribbons then appear inside and outside the number "2". The sequence then transitions to the letter "Z", which is already formed with bubbles surrounding it. Finally, there is a number of gold ribbons and bubbles forming the whole logo. The words "Channel 11" then appear. The logo shines throughout.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A funky tune followed with an announcer saying "This is A2Z, Channel 11."

Availability: The logo first appeared on the network's test broadcasts on October 6, before the station officially launched 4 days later.

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