From Audiovisual Identity Database


KAMU is a PBS affiliate located in College Station, Texas. It serves the Waco-Temple-Bryan area.

1st Logo (1996-2002)

Logo: On the white cloud background, we see the letters "KAMU. Then, the word "PRODUCTION" zooms in.

Technique: The clouds zooming in.

Music/Sounds: A seven note piano and orchestral tune.

Availability: TBA

2nd Logo (1999-May 25, 2010)

Logo: Same as 1998 PBS ident with KAMU TEXAS text

Variant: There is a kaleidoscope variant.

Technique: Same as 1998 PBS ident

Music/Sounds: Same as 1998 PBS Gymnastics ident

Availability: Extinct. Only used as a station ident until May 25, 2010.

3rd Logo (2002-2003)

Logo: On the live-action background we see a KAMU text is yellow then the circle is P-Head is green then The words TEXAS fades in The logo was fades out faster.

Technique: TBA

Music/Sounds: A 10 note synth tune The long version uses a 10 note synth tune is slower.

Availability: Seen at the end KAMU produced show followed by 1999 American Public Television logo

4th Logo (2003-2007)

Logo: On the black background we see a white circle P-Head zooming in then KAMU text is green then The words TEXAS PRODUCTION text fades in

Technique: The animation zooming in P-Head

Music/Sounds: An orchestral tune.

Availability: Seen at the end KAMU productions at the time.

5th Logo (2007-2011)

Logo: Over the live-action footage the KAMU text then The words Presents text

Technique: The "Presents" text sliding in.

Music/Sounds: A 4 note fanfare.

Availability: Seen at the beginning of KAMU productions at the time.

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