TVA International

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (1997-2002)

Visuals: On a blue smoke background, there is a dark purple planet as the sun rises and flashes, which moves to the TVA logo. the symbol shines and the text "TVA" zooms next to it while the sun moves away, revealing the text "international".

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A mix of synth notes with a tribal theme and "shining" sounds.

Availability: Appeared on theatrical prints of films like Duct Tape Forever; but also on programs like YAA! to the M@X and TV movies like Two of Hearts and The Rendering. This was also used as a de-facto home video logo on tapes released by Columbia-Tristar Home Video.

2nd Logo (July 12, 2000-2001)

Visuals: On a moving space background, there's the TVA logo (a red segmented triangle, a yellow segmented circle, and a blue segmented square) beating like a heart. The curved text "TVA INTERNATIONAL" slides in over the logo like the 1990-1997 Universal Pictures logo. The text shines.

Variant: The short version simply has the logo fully formed.

Technique: CGI inspired from the TVA's 1997 graphic package.

Audio: An 10-note trumpet fanfare, whose first five notes sound slightly like the Gracie Films logo, which in turn sounds like the song "King of Wishful Thinking". This is a reorchestrated version of the network's jingle at the time.

Availability: Only known to exist so far on the 2000 TV movie Lip Service, and some episodes from Season 4 of Popular Mechanics For Kids.

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