France Ô

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


France Ô (the "Ô" coming from "outremer", meaning "overseas") was a public TV channel that aired programming from the French overseas departments and collectivities. It was launched in March 25, 1998 as RFO Sat and renamed to France Ô in It was closed in August 24, 2020 due to poor ratings.

1st (known) Logo (1999-February 24, 2005)

Visuals: There is different images through different colored filters. We then see a globe with the RFO Sat logo while images pass by on it. It then ends with people dancing, a light flash and the RFO Sat logo.

Technique: Computer animation with a mix of live action.

Audio: An accordion/flute piece.

Availability: Unknown

2nd (known) Logo (April 7, 2008-September 2011)

Visuals: There is squares with different colors flipping over. It then zooms in and ends with a square in the center forming the logo against an orange background.

Technique: Computer animation done by produced by Gédéon and Dream-On.

Audio: Same as the France 2 logo theme.

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