Belarusian Television

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Belarusian Television is the primary TV channel in Belarus founded in 1956.

1st ID (1974-19??)

Visuals: On a gray background, a gray square with a white border is shown with a tower sticking outside of the square. The text


is underneath the tower inside of the square. The stacked text


can be seen at the top-left of the screen.

Technique: Unknown.

Audio:: Unknown.

Availability: It was only discovered as a TV-DX capture.

2nd ID (1980s-August 25, 1991)

Visuals: On a background similar to a golf ball-like texture, a white square with the Minsk TV tower is shown inside the square and a blue border surrounding it. The Belarusian text


can be seen on the bottom right corner.

Technique: A still, printed image.

Audio: A somber 9-note chime theme is heard.

3rd ID (1992-1996)

Visuals: Numerous trail of silver rectangles spin vertically start off the logo against a space background. Then the letters "Б" and "T" gets near the center of the screen along with Belarusian text on top of the letters that says "У ЭФІРЫ" and the company name in silver below the letters. The trail of rectangles stops after the text is fully shown at their respective positions.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A dreamy synth tune.

4th ID (1996-1997)

Visuals: On a blue background, numerous diamonds fly around a pentagon. A couple of seconds later, the pentagon turns into a sphere and the diamonds fly away from the sphere, making it disappear while a trail of spheres appear. The letters from previous ident in green appear behind the trail as well and gets closer to the screen. Finally, the trail disappears and the letters in silver and the company name on the top and bottom appear as a result.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A majestic instrumental fanfare.

5th ID (1997-2000)

Visuals: There is a green/red square with three gold lines (one being thin, one being thick, and the other being thin crossed on the two lines mentioned) on a yellow and purple background. Then golden lines come along to see a city of Belarus. It does that for 16 seconds until one comes along and shows the square with the golden lines and the company name on the same background.

Technique: A combination of CGI and live-action.

Audio: An instrumental fanfare different from the previous logo.

Minsk Television Studio
Belarusian Television
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