Vatican Media

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Background

Vatican Media, formerly Centro Televisivo Vaticano (CTV) until 2017, is the main television network for the Holy See and the Vatican City. Vatican Media's main goal is the universal expansion of Catholicism by creating television materials and broadcasting images of the pope and of Vatican activities.

ID (1998-2013)

Visuals: On a space background, a drawing of the St. Peter's Square with "TV" on the left and the earth fade in. While the earth slowly gets closer, a big C appears to go left of the words "TV". In front is "Centro Televisivo Vaticano" in Copperplate Gothic zooming out to below the logo. A golden circle that comes from behind goes inside the C. The earth spins to Europe, which then sparkles to get taken out to reveal the show name.

Variant: A closing version exists, which the logo plays in reverse. But after the Earth spins back to Africa. The logo flies out.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: A dreamy theme with a whoosh after the fading of the logo.

Availability: Seen on Octava Dies, which was first broadcast in Easter 1998.

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