TV Cultura is the largest public television network in Brazil and Latin America. It is managed by the Fundação Padre Anchieta (Father Anchieta Foundation), a nonprofit organization dedicated to educational programming, run by the state government of São Paulo.
TV Cultura was launched as C2 Cultura. It was originally managed by the Diários Associados, which also managed the Rede Tupi at the time. Because of this, in the first logo appears the "indian woman" of Rede Tupi.
Then in 1969, the Diários Associados passed control of the station to the current Fundação Padre Anchieta. The logo was radically changed, with the symbol being the one in use until today.
A rare logo used for the start of colored broadcasting in Brazil. It only consisted of the wordmark in the Baby Teeth Ajar font.
In 1976, they went back to the old symbol, albeit in green.
In 1979, TV2 Cultura is renamed to RTC (Rádio e Televisão Cultura).
In 1986, the RTC name became obsolete and the station went back to its old name, TV Cultura.
In 1992, the logo went a big change: the symbol is now formed by tiny squares or cubes, and the "Cultura" text uses another, more futuristic typeface.
In 1997, they added the "Fundação Padre Anchieta" text below the logo, with the symbol now being a uniform shape (as opposed to the tiny squares of the previous logo).
In 2005, the corners of the figure and the wordmark were rounded. In 2006, they reverted back to the 1969 logo
In 2011, The logo was slightly updated, with the font changed from Myriad to Gotham, and the symbol now have a darker shade of green.
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