Guadeloupe 1ere (Guadeloupe)
Guadeloupe 1ere was originally a television service intended to distribute ORTF material in the French territories of Guadeloupe, Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin. In December 31, 1982 it became independent from its FR3 counterpart and started distributing television by itself.
1st Logo (December 31, 1982-1993)
Logo: We see a spinning red propeller-like shape fly by, then a map of the Earth flips in and the territories where the television service is active light up. After that, the RFO logo flips in, and the propeller-like shape settles inside the "O", turning the inside red while the lines on the map shrink, move towards the "O" and appear on its inside. The globe then morphs into a background that's green on the bottom and blue on top, with some negative space among the RFO logo being filled accordingly. Finally, the text "RADIO-TÉLÉVISION FRANÇAISE D'OUTRE-MER" ("FRENCH OVERSEAS RADIO-TELEVISION") appears below.
FX/SFX: All in scanimated effects.
Music/Sounds: A calm synth theme.
2nd Logo (1991-January 31, 1999)
Logo: We see a spinning globe while the words "le monde est couleurs" move through the background, images of French territories fly by, and the names of the territories appear around the globe.
1st (known) Logo (2011-2012)
Logo: We see 5 differently colored light flashes set against a dark blue background. They then fuse together to form the Guadeloupe 1ere logo while the background changes to yellow.
2nd (known) Logo (2013)
Logo: On a yellow background we see the Guadeloupe 1ere logo without the text flipping into the screen. As that happens the word "guadeloupe" forms itself in white to the left and the word "présente" forms itself to the right. The square then starts spinning and approaching the camera.