UIB (United Independent Broadcasters) Editar
In January 27, 1927, Arthur Judson founds United Independent Broadcasters, Inc. (UIB) in Chicago.
CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) Editar
The CBS eye logo was introduced in the early 1950s. After this, the eye has been unchanged, but the type for the network name has changed frequently. Sometimes the type has changed on a yearly basis, an it is not unusual for CBS to use several variants at once.
- For other related logos and images see: CBS/Other
This page describes the initial capabilities of the networks and major independents to colorcast live shows. For a surprising long time, there were few color facilities. In 1954 and 1955, NBC and CBS had only one color studio each on the East and West Coasts - ABC would not have a live color stage until ten years later in 1965. The unavailability of color studios led to early color programming practice of the occasional color special or colorizing a single episode of a regular series. In several instances, local affiliates had better color facilities than the networks.
- CBS often switched from only 2 logos time after time.