Telecentro (Costa Rica)

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Background

Telecentro was a channel on Costa Rica.

1st Logo (1960's)


Visuals: The screen fades in into a sunlight background (i.e. many diagonal lines and a light-like point which obviously sends rays, which are the diagonal lines), the text "TeleCentro" on a 1910-ish font, zooms in letter-by letter. Doing the same is the text Canal 6 on a futuristic, Calibri-like font. It stays still for two minutes until the screen fades to black.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: Be My Love -- Warner Bros. Orch. & George Greeley, extended all at once. This would be its select music from future logos.

Availability: Seen only as the startup and closedown of the time, which are both followed or preceeded by an prayer to Costa Rica, although it's seen on bumpers for commercials too, and the rest it's just history.


2nd Logo (1980's)


Visuals: Unknown

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A smooth jazz soundtrack in the background alongside an announcer.

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