8th logo: A low-tone violin-like synth fanfare edited from "Plenipoteniary" by Eric Siday, similar in style to his Screen Gems “S from Hell” and CBS “In Color” jingles, and an announcer saying his part below depending on the variant: 2nd logo: Low to medium, it may surprise some people, as well unnerving those who don't like old logos in the process. Add new page. The NET "building" would later be remodeled as a brick building with windows, but kept the lopsided roof that was part of the NET logo. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Editor's Note: This is most likely a prototype/placeholder logo. On October 5, 1970, National Educational Television was replaced by the Public Broadcasting Service. "The EBC NET" "NET/WNDT's Post-Merge". It was found on a print of a documentary(?) This began in 1955 and outlived its predecessor, being used until 1966. Addeddate 2020-12-14 18:25:00 Identifier national-educational-television-logo-history_202012 Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader 1.6.4. plus-circle Add Review. This logo first appeared on Conversations 1967. It has also been preserved on the VHS and DVD of Ten Blocks on the Camino Real. An alternate version of the logo featured the announcer saying, "This is N-E-T, National Educational Television." It is unknown what year this began being used, but it outlived its predecessor, being used until 1966. National Educational Television (NET) Closing Logo, 1964. lukas Poplin. 6th logo: Low to medium. 2:02. The design of the logo looks very rough. Logo: After the closing titles of the show, the globe that is spinning around suddenly folds out to an 2D model of the globe, and then 3 letters: "N", "E", "T", appear vertically at the left side of the globe, then rearrange to appear horizontally, slides to the middle, and then the roof is drawn over the NET text, with the N slightly shrinking to make room for the roof. Unlike other logos which use the "Roof" logo, the "T" isn't connected to the roof. 7th logo: Pinball-like dings to start, which turns into a bombastic but brief brass piece. Plus, WNET carried an entirely different logo around the same time even though it was known as WDNT at the time (but it was retooled with the WNET name as an in-credit notice in 1971.) Then either one of two things would happen: 9th logo: Just a still with the NET House logo with a copyright date below. Logo: On a gray background, we see a white circle with "NET" written in black. (opening) or "This is N-E-T, the National Educational Television network.". Editor's Note: This logo appears to be used for NBC co-productions, since all of it's appearances (so far) have been on such, Nicknames: "Boxes" "Unearthed Obscure Treasure" "Epitome of 50's" "Deco Carpet Design", Logo: On a carpet like background, the words NET appear in multicolored boxes across on a white line. The fire continues blazing until we fade out. Logo: On a grey background, we see a black house with the words "NET" inside. A small fire can be seen starting within the circle. Availability: Extremely rare. Photo TBA. The only known appearance is from That Free Men May Live: Martin Luther King, Jr., available for viewing on PBS.org. (closing). This logo was extremely unique, and the later was reused and improved upon for its use on WNET as it's logo. The color NET logo was incorporated into a model building at the beginning and end of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood episodes on February 10, 1969. Availability: Not sure if any old film prints at the Museum of Broadcast Communications have this logo, but it did show up three times on Because of You: 50 Years of Channel 9. In Caraquet, the participants clearly associated TV5 with educational television of superior quality. A vertical line (the beginning of the N) is then formed. 2nd logo: Just an announcer saying "This is National Educational Television.". National Educational Television 1969-1970. High to nightmare if the logo is deteriorated, such as in Right of Privacy, as the warped audio would definitely catch those that were expecting the normal logo off-guard. National Educational Television 1969-1970. Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show. In the middle, we see white letters that say "NET". FX/SFX: The animation of the map and the letters. 6th logo: Until October 1962, an announcer (Edward R. Murrow) said "This is National Educational Television." Stingray Opening and Closing Theme 1964 - 1965. National Educational Television (NET) was an American non-commercial educational public television network in the Untied States from May 16, 1952, to October 4, 1970. There is a heavily warped and spliced variant due to film deterioration. All variants, color and B&W, can be seen on 100+ programs available for viewing on the American Archive of Public Broadcasting website. Editor's Note: Quite an odd rarity given how this logo was just rediscovered. This began in 19?? "NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION" and "EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO CENTER" are shown above and below, respectively, in really small print. 6th logo: On a dark background with little white "stars" (kinda looks like carpet, but is actually supposed to represent TV static), we see the "Roof" logo in white (The words "NET" with the T connecting to a roof that hangs over the N and E, with an antenna sticking out of the roof). The B&W 1967 logo made an appearance on the VHS release of Our Neighbor, Fred Rogers, but was cut from TV rebroadcasts of the documentary since 2003. معا لنشر الخير في كل مكان. Music/Sounds/Voice-over: An announcer said "This is National Educational Television". Logo: First, the left section of the screen fills with red from the bottom, the middle section fills with yellow from the top, and the right section fills with blue from the bottom. Background: NET (National Educational Television) was a former major educational and public TV network, founded in early 1952 and incorporated in November of that year. National Educational Television Logo History. It's one of the more fascinating logos in the history of NET/PBS. Two lines like that on a Worldvision-like globe are drawn. A still variant can be found on The Born Criminal. A B&W variant also exists. The style of this logo would be used later on.​​​​​​. Nicknames: "What's New? 1970-1971: The announcer says "This is N-E-T, National Educational Television. 8:11. An alternate version of the logo featured the announcer saying, "This is N-E-T, National Educational Television." Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the program. Browse more videos. and outlived its predecessor, being used until 1966. Nicknames: "The Roof", "The Most Iconic NETLogo", "The NET House III". National Education Television Center on The Museum of Broadcast … Later, a four-note keyboard tune which is repeated four times, the last over a synthesized drone, is used instead. === 2:44. This was seen on Fanfare and Realities (with the latter also carrying a "News Special" variant). It was replaced on October 5, 1970, by Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), its direct successor, which continues to the present. (closing). National Educational Television (NET) Logo History - YouTube The announcer says "The following program is from NET." 5th logo: On a grey background, we see a black house with the words "NET" inside. Logo: Same as the previous logo, but the background is completely gray, and has a smooth texture. Availability: This logo appears on Discovery at the Brookfield Zoo, Search for America, and The Exceptional Child. The boxes shoot to the right, revealing "National", "Educational", and "Television". JohannaBerger. Availability: Extremely rare. The camera zooms backwards and we see a thick line (the top of the "T") being drawn under the ball of fire, which later connects to the ball of fire. Logo: On a purple background, we see several lines swirl around each other and loop around in the form of letters, eventually spreading from the center, and flatten out to form "net" in a Bauhaus 93 font. 5th logo: An announcer said "This is National Educational Television". It was replaced on October 5, 1970, by PBS, its direct successor, which continues to the present. PBS was established on November 3, 1969 by Hartford N. Gunn Jr. (president of WGBH), John Macy (president of CPB), James Day (last president of National Educational Television), and Kenneth A. Christiansen (chairman of the department of broadcasting at the University of Florida).. 4th logo: Just an announcer saying "This is National Educational Television." This began in 19?? 3 years ago | 26 views. When NET merged with WNET, it was known as EBC, a division of NET. This logo also appears on Black Journal, The Great American Dream Machine and President's Report on Indochina. Music/Sounds: The end theme of the program. Lucious Irene. 7th logo: Minimal to high. FX/SFX: The dots, the live-action fire, and the lines being drawn. Availability: Extremely rare. Originating from The Educational Television and Radio Center from 1952-1959, and later The National Educational Television and Radio Center from 1959 to 1962, when the radio portion was dropped. National Educational Television (NET) was a United States educational broadcast television network that operated from May 16, 1954 to October 4, 1970. 2nd Logo(May 16, 1952-September 30, 1962). Medium to high if the audio is warped, as the distortion can cause more scares, and the scare factor escalates with the next logo. Though the videocassette release of the Mister Rogers' Neighborhood episode "Death of a Goldfish" plasters the standard version of the 1968 logo with the 1971 PBS logo, the show's in-credit variant remains. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. However, this logo first appeared few days before PBS when into broadcast, and the show the logo appeared on did not actually feature WNET's involvement, instead it was WETA. 8th logo: First, the left section of the screen fills with red from the bottom, the middle section fills with yellow from the top, and the right section fills with blue from the bottom. called, Until October 1962, an announcer (Edward R. Murrow) said "This is National Educational Television.". Almost immediately afterward, an announcer can be heard saying "The following program is from N-E-T, the National Educational Television network." Playing next. 1967-1968: The text "NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION" appears above the NET logo and morph into a line, which bends to form a gable roof with an aerial antenna on top, which is connected to the T. You can see 4th logo for see about the style of this logo. One by one, each colored section flips to form the letters "'NE'T" on a black background. Search. With its mellotron fanfare, the announcer, the dark background, and the poor audio and grainy film quality gaining a reputation of frightening children who grew up with Mister Rogers Neighborhood or Sesame Street. Trivia: This logo was reused and retooled for WNET. National Educational Television (NET) was a United States educational broadcast television network that operated from May 16, 1954 to October 4, 1970. Variants: Some programs carry a custom variant for their respective shows, in which the logo leads out to program's intro. 3:00. Not to be confused with NET or National Empowerment Television. Daniel Boone 1964 1970 Opening and Closing Theme. Getting Started. Content is available under $1 unless otherwise noted. NET was also actually still around when PBS started as PBS didn't fully take over the schedule actually, NET dissolved in 1972 completely. The "T" then finishes, and then the diagonal part of the "N" appears. This would be further improved for WNET's logo. Editor's Note: The most well known NET logo. Two lines like that on a Worldvision-like globe are drawn. National Educational Television (disingkat NET) adalah jaringan televisi Amerika Serikat yang dimiliki oleh Ford Foundation dan Corporation for Public Broadcasting.Beroperasi dari tanggal 16 Mei 1954, hingga 4 Oktober 1970, pada tanggal 5 Oktober 1970 ia digantikan oleh Public Broadcasting Service (PBS).. Pranala luar. The camera zooms backwards and we see a thick line (the top of the T) being drawn under the ball of fire, which later connects to the ball of fire. Par contre, il n'existe pas de réseau national de télévision éducative , ni en français ni en anglais. Logo: On a dark background with little white "stars" (kinda looks like carpet, but is actually supposed to represent TV static), we see the "House" logo in white (The words "NET" with the "T" connecting to a roof that hangs over the "N" and "E", with an antenna sticking out of the roof. A small fire can be seen starting within the circle. Sign In; Don't have an account? Browse more videos. 1 1952-1962 2 1962-1970 2.1 1966-1968 2.2 1968-1970 2.3 1969-1973 PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) can trace its origins to when National Educational Television & Radio Center (NET) was developed in 1952. 8th logo: Medium to nightmare. Music/Sounds: An announcer saying "This is National Educational Television" with the closing theme playing in the background. Y-Me National Breast Cancer Organization - Educational Television. Editor's Note: Another oddity, this time, in terms of how and when it was used. 1969-1971: A blue line is drawn above the letters, which bends to form the aforementioned gable roof with the aerial antenna on top (still connected to the T) from the 1968 variant. ". Paralympics. Nicknames: "Scanimate Letters" "Whose Logo Is This Really?" Opening and Closing Ceremonies of Tokyo 1964 Paralympic Games. https://closinglogogroup.fandom.com/wiki/NET?oldid=101294, Until October 1962, an announcer (Edward R. Murrow) said "This is National Educational Television.". The logo can be seen on Prospects of Mankind with Eleanor Roosevelt. Availability: Rare. Logo: This consists of the typewriter letters "NET", each in a segmented rounded square, on a white map of the U.S. inside a black circle on a white background, with what looks like an antenna on the map. Summer-Fall 1970: The announcer says "This is N-E-T, National Educational Television." The 1968 opening and closing versions can also be seen on the Sesame Street: Old School Volume 2 DVD set on the test pilot episode, and the 1968 closing version can be found on a handful of 1969-70 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood episodes on Twitch (most plaster it with the 1971 PBS logo). Playing next. The NET "building" would later be remodeled as a brick building with windows, but kept the lopsided roof that was part of the NET logo. FX/SFX: Advanced Scanimation for its time. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The black and white variant appears on the Realities episode "Soldiers Who Search and Dissent". The 1968 version came in both black and white and color versions. Music/Sounds: Just an announcer saying "This is National Educational Television.". 1968-1969: The text "NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION" appears above the NET logo and morph into a line, which bends to form a gable roof with an aerial antenna on top, which is connected to the T. You can see 4th logo for see about the style of this logo. The NET "building" would later be remodeled as a brick building with windows, but kept the lopsided roof that was part of the NET logo. Another line is drawn through the center of the circle from left to right. Register; Start a Wiki 111,747 Pages. July 2, 1967-Fall 1968: The announcer says “The following program is from NET, the National Educational Television network.” (opening) or “This is NET, the National Educational Television network.” (closing). … On The Assessment of Cambodia, the announcer says " The program scheduled for this time will not be seen so that we may bring you the following N-E-T special program." The camera zooms away from the letters, revealing the whole map of America, with a white line along the West Coast and Northernmost states. Playing next . It was owned by the Ford Foundation and later co-owned by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Watch National Educational Television (NET) Closing Logo, 1970 - lukas Poplin on Dailymotion National Educational Television. Be the first one to write a review. Scary Logos Wiki:Discussion - Best Logos of All Time, Scary Logos Wiki:Discussion - Worst Logos of All Time, Scary Logos Wiki:Discussion - Neutral Logos, https://freakylogo.fandom.com/wiki/National_Educational_Television?oldid=105820. This can now be seen on over 50+ programs on the American Archive of Public Broadcasting website. An alternate version of the logo featured the announcer saying, "This is N-E-T, National Educational Television." 14 Views . 5 years ago | 51 views. National Educational Television (NET) was a United States educational broadcast television network that operated from May 16, 1954 to October 4, 1970. The still variant uses a different announcer. Another variant has a V/O which says "This is N-E-T, the National Educational Television network.". The Discovery Of This Logo Obviously!" (opening) or "This is N-E-T, the National Educational Television network.". This can also be seen on over 45+ programs available for viewing on the American Archive of Public Broadcasting website. In early shows, the logo had more lighter colors (. Made Blender - National Educational Television Logo (1961-19 ; - Download Free 3D model by Henrique.Neto3 (@Henrique.Neto3) [70a0dad] This was also the first non-custom NET logo to not use the house motif since the 5th logo. Topics منوعات . Music/Sounds/Voice-over: Same as last logo. It can be seen on several shows available for viewing at The Paley Center for Media, including the series premiere episodes of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1967 version, B&W), Black Journal (1967 version, color), and Sesame Street (1968 version, color). The inverted variant appears on The Subject is Jazz episode, "Swing". Nicknames: "The Carpet", "The NET House II", "The House on TV Static". This logo was also highly debated if it was the original NET's logo or WNET's logo due to its confusing usage on both of the station's shows and their relationship and interactions with each other. Even though it is not as widely remembered as the 1968 logo and future PBS logos, this could be quite scary, as the music, spooky announcer, live-action fire, and animation could set off people. Another pair, closer to the circle are drawn, like that of the first lines, and then two horizontal lines above the first horizontal line. Another pair, closer to the circle are drawn, like that of the first lines, and then two horizontal lines above the first horizontal line. 5 years ago | 7 views. Editor's Note: This logo, despite being basic, is an interesting peek at the very early years of what would become PBS, back when it was a limited service for distributing educational films produced by local stations nationally. National Educational Television (1961) The 1968 alternative closing logo is quite rare, it can be seen on Black Journal (1967 version, color). Recent Changes; Browse by category; Browse by country; Browse by design agency; Browse by topic; Browse by year; Search Logopedia; Help & Editing. The boxes shoot to the right, revealing "National", "Educational", and "Television". Music/Sounds/Voice-over: An announcer says either "This is National Educational Television" or "This is N-E-T, National Educational Television.". The 1967 closing version can be found on all 1968 black and white episodes of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, including episodes streaming on Twitch as well as episodes 1-5 on Amazon. Nicknames: "NET in a House", " The NET House". The still variant uses a different announcer. The style of this logo would be used later on. Editor's Note: (One) of the first NET logos to feature animation (albeit limited). 2:37. Opening Logo: On a blue cloth like background, NET appears in big bold letters, with "presents" underneath and sparkles appear. Regardless, this is an interesting logo. The logo can also be seen on Prospects of Mankind with Eleanor Roosevelt,available for viewing on the American Archive of Public Broadcasting website. 2nd logo: On a gray background, we see a white circle with "NET" written in black. National Educational Television was an American non-commercial educational public television network in the United States from May 16, 1954 to October 4, 1970. Follow. Ia dimiliki oleh Yayasan Ford dan kemudian dimiliki oleh Perbadanan untuk Penyiaran Awam. 12th Logo (What's New? Its last confirmed new appearance was on Realities; the 1970 PBS logo plasters it on repeats, as seen on the series premiere (this logo can be found on a film print of the same show). Follow. Wikis. 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