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In this variant, either the "V" together with "Viacom" zooms in towards the viewer, or they slide in from opposite sides of the screen.
 
In this variant, either the "V" together with "Viacom" zooms in towards the viewer, or they slide in from opposite sides of the screen.

Revision as of 19:44, April 20, 2020

1971–1976

For most variants, the background starts out as black and switches to purple, then 'v' enters. It switches to green as 'ia' enters. Then it switches to red as 'com' enters. Finally, as it zooms out to "A Viacom Presentation" the background turns blue.

1976–1986

There are unconfirmed variants of a pink background "V of Doom" and one that contains flashing colours.

In this variant, either the "V" together with "Viacom" zooms in towards the viewer, or they slide in from opposite sides of the screen.

1981

1985–1987

This variant is nicknamed the "V of Calm" or "V of Happiness", and has black background. And a very rare yellow version seen in Really Weird Tales ending.

1986

1986–1990

This is nicknamed the "V of Steel" or "Silver V". It has varieties, but not as many as the previous logo, including a warp speed variant.

1990–1999

The following logos below had the name read by the late Don LaFontaine.

1990–1998

This logo stopped being used by Viacom Enterprises when it was folded into Paramount Domestic Television in 1994, but it continued to be used by Viacom Productions until 1998.

1998–1999

1999–2004

The logo iron is removed. And added Paramount byline.

Final logo of Viacom Productions, which was folded into Paramount Television in 2004.

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