From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


1st ID (1960s)

Visuals: On an ornate wallpaper background a large white 0 is in the middle of the frame with an image of a woman singing in the middle and the Gold Coast coat of arms on the right of the "0".

Technique: Just a still shot of a slide.

Audio: A female choir sings a vintage radio-style jingle with the lyric "TVQ Channel 0, top of the dial."

Availability: A clip presumably sourced from an anniversary show has surfaced on YouTube.

2nd ID (1977)

3rd ID (1979)

Visuals: Against a black background, a gold version of the "0" logo from the previous ident, now inside a shape resembling a television, rotates as four diagonal lines from bottom left to top right wipe in and the words "A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT!" in a shining gold font wipe in between each line. The rotating logo becomes stationary as the ident ends.

Technique: The rotating logo, presumably a live action model, and the lines and text superimposed over it. [possible misuse]

Audio: A triumphant, trumpet-driven theme plays with a group of singers performing the lyrics "There's great entertainment, on Channel 0 (pronnounced "oh")".

4th ID (1983)

Ident starts at 0:52

Visuals: The golden "0" logo appears against a sunset scene of the Story Bridge in Brisbane. A spark appears, wiping in the phrase "Channel 0 Brisbane".

Technique: The text wiping in below the logo. Otherwise, the ident is still. [possible misuse]

Audio: A group of singers singing "Go Channel 0!".

5th ID (1983)

Visuals: Unknown

Technique: Unknown

Audio: The then-new channel theme, with the lyrics "TV-0, getting better all the time"

TVQ-10 (1988-)


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