Ozarks Public Television

From Audiovisual Identity Database

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Background

Ozarks Public Television is the regional PBS member network for southwest Missouri. It began as KOZK (channel 21) in 1975. In 1986, KOZJ (channel 26) was launched, and so the name "Ozarks Public Television" was created.

1st Logo (200?-2014)

Logo: We see a background of nature. On the bottom right, a red box appears with a circle and two curved lines surrounding it. It then zooms out and the text "zarks" appears next to it. Below it, the text "public television" and a curve appears. The station names appear next to the red box with the OPT logo in it.

FX/SFX: The BG of nature and the animation.

Music/Sounds: Some music and a man saying "You're watching Ozarks Public Television".

Availability: Extinct.



2nd Logo (2014-2019?)

Logo: We see a background of nature. On the bottom right, a teal circle appears above a red line with the station names. The PBS logo zooms onto the circle, with a white glow around it. It then flashes white, then blue. A green wavy shape resembling a grassy hill comes up, then a white wavy line comes up above it. A yellow circle with a white outline comes up, blocked partially due to the hill. During this, the circle pans to the left, and the words "OZARKS" and "public television" appear. It then fades out.

FX/SFX: The BG of nature, the circle moving, and the animation of the circle and text.

Music/Sounds: Some music and a man saying "You're watching Ozarks Public Television".

Availability: Current.


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