I'm a bit confused: in TV Globo's own page on Logopedia, the first of the current logos is listed that it was born in 1975. However, most other brazilian sites (like the Portuguese Wikipedia) say that the logo was born sometime around March 1976. If that last date is true, why the Logopedia's date is incorrect? (PS: I'm not counting the 1975 anniversary logo, as it uses the 1966 logo instead of the 1975/76 logo)
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Why was the Walgreens page deleted? Am I allowed to recreate it? It's a real pharmacy. I don't really see any reason for the page to be deleted, unless it was vandalized or something. If this isn't supposed to be here, then let me know.
The new WildBrain logo is now introduced in CGI animation. It is first seen on the CGI animated series Go, Dog, Go!. This logo is expected to appear on CGI shows in the future like Fireman Sam (starting with Series 13, co-production with Mattel Television), Bob the Builder (starting with the next Bob the Builder show, co-production with Mattel Television and animation by Jam Filled Toronto), Teletubbies (2015) (starting with Series 3), Ninjago (starting with Season 14), etc.
Good afternoon, I need the Logopedia website to be able to show the navboxes in the web version on mobile devices as seen in this:
I appreciate your understanding.
Manuel Martinez Torres
I would like to point out that the Malaysian educational TV channel DidikTV KPM is NOT a replacement of the commercial TV channel NTV7, even though it broadcasts on the latter’s frequency, and even though NTV7 is not currently broadcasting its own content. Until there is official confirmation from Media Prima (the owner of NTV7), I would request the administrators to rename the DidikTV KPM page back to NTV7 and to create a new DidikTV KPM page, with a footnote on the NTV7 page that it now broadcasts only educational content from DidikTV KPM.
Can we make the MGM Interactive print logo in svg file format?
I think we've finally found the 1965 logo for PBS North Carolina. So...when UNC TV rebranded as PBS North Carolina on January 12, it showed a compilation of logos from the station. I can't be sure, but I think the second logo (0:05 to 0:09 in the video) is the 1965 logo which we're missing. Here's the video: https://youtu.be/E7bPdUu5SKs
I have yet to find any shows containing the logo, but I'll inform you guys when I've found one.
Apparently this was on a Faded Signals page for WNET.
The link to that is here: https://fadedsignals.com/post/45796511800/watv-channel-13-signed-on-in-1948-as-a-commercial
The picture you see is the find I'm talking about. I think we should add it to the Other page for WNET.
I would like you to look closely
Can we add brief summaries/page introductions for smaller pages without an introduction? For example, if we're talking about McDonald's, are we allowed to briefly introduce what McDonald' is ("McDonald's is a restaurant..."), then show the logos?
So, I was randomly browsing through old The Dark Crystal posters, when I stumbled upon some foreign ones. I started digging to see if I could find anything interesting in them, then I found an original German poster for the film and it had a much, MUCH clearer veroion of the rare UIP logo I talked about in a January post. When I learned how to make SVGs I'll make my own, but in the meantime, I'll just leave the logo here just in case.
Blue Sky Studios is officially becoming defunct. No kidding. Disney said that they'll be closing the studio this April due to financial decisions around COVID-19. It's really disappointing to see not only a company that's almost finished with finding its identity go, but also have its many upcoming projects get cancelled. But hey, companies don't always last. We'll miss you Blue Sky.
I want to know what logos were featured in the short, Logorama, a 16-minute animated short film released in 2009 and one the Oscar for best short film. All the things in the short is comprised of logos, and I already know some of them, but some these logos I've never seen before. For instance, there is a black-and-white logo which resembles a man riding a motorcycle (seen driving on the road, and later gets run over by Ronald McDonald) that I can't make out. Also, the swing sets in the film are comprised of a logo that kinda reads "Addapla". And another one is a a blue and white car logo with a hand holding a telephone inside. Can some of you tell me what these logos are? Here are some pictures:
I found the on-screen new logo for you to trace it in SVG and put it in Renault logopedia. Also, The wordmark has modified. Can you trace this too?
(1.) Jeep has a bigger logo history. I do think the creator of the image down below got some of the logos from a rare website/page, as no one is seeing it much. And yes, the image is in a different language.
(2.) Does Brushworks have a new or old logo that needs to be updated on Logopedia? I found one on Amazon.co.uk that has a different word mark but it has the normal word mark on the products.
(3.) Logopedia, on the 2015 - Present logo for TVOKids, there is also a logo that has different colours. Is this just a variant or an alternate version? I think it is the new one in 2019 because i first
found it that time.
That's all news I have for Logopedia. Stay healthy everyone!
Hello Logopedia, I am new to the Fandom website and I am happy to be here. I knew this website since 2018. Now, I wanted to split Hard Rock with Hard Rock Cafe, Hard Rock Hotel, Hard Rock Casino, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and Hard Rock Live. All the Hard Rock brands are a brand itself. There are also updates on Hard Rock Cafe and Hard Rock Hotel. For Hard Rock Cafe, there are 3 logos. For Hard Rock Hotel, there are 2 logos. I put the histories down below:
First logo for Hard Rock Cafe is from 1971 - 19??, (unused) the other is 19?? - ???? and the last is ???? - Present.
Next is Hard Rock Hotel.
If you look in the Hard Rock Hotel, there is the first logo from 1971 - ???? and the other from ???? - Present.
Planters' New Logo
This is an different logo for Planters. I have noticed it in an holiday promotion last year, and it has been making it's way into their avertising as of late. It's definitely possible that this change is colliding with the return of Mr. Peanut, but the 2015 logo is used on the site and packaging, and they haven't made it official yet.
I thought it would be more appropriate to separate WNAC-TV (Boston) from WHDH, and WHDH-TV (1957-1972) from WCVB-TV, since they're both unrelated from the respective stations. They're still unfinished. I stopped since I knew it was gonna take a lot of work. Can anyone help me here?
So I'm doing a recreate of this Tencent Pictures logo and it remains unfinished. I found the horizontal version from this PDF: https://www.filmmovement.com/userFiles/uploads/films/the-wild-goose-lake/TheWildGooseLake_presskit_FM.pdf
Could anyone help and fix this?