TV Gazeta

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Canal 11

ID (1984?-1980s)

Visuals: On a black background, we appear to be panning and flipping across various sky-blue shapes with a neon pink outline, which is then revealed to be a blue "11" within 6 blue horizontal lines. After a couple of seconds of flipping and zooming, it eventually reveals the entire figure, causing the neon pink outline to disappear and the figure to solidify.

Technique: Early CGI.

Audio: An upbeat synth tune with a male announcer.

TV Gazeta

1st Logo (1985-1986)

Visuals: On a black-dark blue gradient background, 2 copies of a striped "GAZETA" (one in sky blue, hot pink, and yellow, and one in green, lavender, and pink) appear from 2 ends of the screen and rapidly travel to the opposite sides whilst zooming away from the viewer. Once fully gone, the same striped "GAZETA" in sky blue, hot pink, and yellow flips in the center and aligns itself 45 degrees to the right side.

Technique: Computer effects.

Audio: A rapidly descending synthesizer, ending with a synthesized sting.

2nd Logo (1986-1987)

Visuals: On a blue gradient background with a moving white horizontal line pattern on the bottom, we first see a yellow "GAZETA" in the same format as before but with multiple horizontal lines within it moving to the right side of the screen, shrinking while at it, as well as another "GAZETA" but in lavender appearing from the right side and traveling to the left side of the screen, expanding whilst at it. As it disappears, the same yellow "GAZETA" appears and zooms in from the center, stopping when it gets considerably close.

Technique: Scanimate animation.

Audio: A weird-sounding (probably due to deterioration) synth tune that ends with a dramatic piano arpeggio.

3rd Logo (1994)

Visuals: On a glossy, reflective background, colors of red, yellow and blue emerge from the surface, which grow and turn into the rings, tilted. As that happens, a white "GAZETA" moves from the rings and zooms and spins into the screen, situating itself below the rings, also tilted. The background moves and rapidly spins throughout the animation.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A triumphant, ascending synth tune, accompanied with chimes.

Availability: It was also short-lived.

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